Dr. Erica Stringer-Reasor ’04, a graduate in biomedical sciences, completed an internal medicine internship at Tulane University and an internal medicine residency at Baptist Health System in Birmingham before receiving her board certification. Following certification, she completed two fellowships at the University of Chicago, one in Hematology/Oncology and another in Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics.
In 2015, Stringer-Reasor became a Hematology & Oncology faculty member at the UAB School of Medicine with clinical interests in breast cancer, women’s health, developmental therapeutics and targeted therapeutics. She received the Young Doctor’s Summit Award at the 2012 International Gynecologic Cancer Society, the 2013 American Association of Cancer Research’s Minority Scholar in Cancer Research Award and the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s 2014 Young Investigator Award. Stringer-Reasor is an annual member of the Auburn Alumni Association.
She lives with her husband, Geno, in Birmingham.
In Her Words
“It’s a huge honor to be acknowledged by your undergrad institution. I’m excited to use the platform to encourage other hopeful young physician-scientists, because Auburn has an extraordinary college of science and math that prepares you with a good foundation for future success.
With Auburn, it felt like a community—they wanted you to succeed and they had the resources available, all you have to do is ask and they’d give you all the advice you’d need. Dr. Larry Wit, the former Dean of CoSAM, I still talk to him today; I graduated in 2004, and to have somebody of that magnitude still in your corner over a decade after you graduate is absolutely huge. It really speaks to what a wonderful experience Auburn is.”