Meet with Dr. Ashley Hink, Trauma Surgeon and Violence Prevention Researcher

Dr. Ashley Hink will visit campus to meet with students on Wednesday, April 13 at 2:30 p.m. Join Dr. Hink for a casual and intimate discussion where students can learn more about our guest’s experiences and ask questions about the topics that matter most.

Dr.Ashley Hink (MD, MPH) is a general, trauma and critical care surgeon, a violence prevention researcher, and an assistant professor at MUSC’s College of Medicine. Dr. Hink specializes in the care of people with injuries, burns and critical illness. She attended medical school at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, completed her general surgery residency at the Medical University of South Carolina, and obtained a Master of Public Health Degree at Emory. She attended the University of Washington in Seattle,WA to complete her Trauma and Surgical Critical Care fellowship at Harborview Medical Center. In addition to her clinical interests and surgical practice,she has a special research interest in injury and violence prevention. She serves on the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma (ACS COT) Injury Prevention Committee, and serves as medical director of MUSC’s Turning the Tide Violence Intervention Program. Her work has been published in scientific journals, and she has won awards for her leadership in surgery and humanism in medicine.

A great opportunity for those students interested in surgery, critical care medicine, community health advocacy, and violence prevention.

Space is limited, so sign up today!

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