Anam Kesaria, M.D., joined the Department of Radiation Oncology residency program in July 2020. She completed her undergraduate education in Biology and Psychology at Houston Baptist University where she graduated with honors in Biology. She then went to McGovern Medical School in Houston and completed her medical degree.
She has done research in the past with diffusion tensor imaging looking at white fiber tracts in post-traumatic stress disorder patients. She also completed her research thesis on biofeedback and presented at Rice University.
Outside of medicine, she enjoys to swim, play badminton, bake, and engage in creative endeavors. She is from Houston, Texas and enjoys different culinary experiences. She plays the viola and loves spending time with her two puppies.
Education and Training
B.S., Biology, Houston Baptist University, 2014
M.D., McGovern Medical School, 2019
Surgery Prelim Year, Baylor College of Medicine, 2020
Honors & Awards
- Biology Honors Scholar
- Outstanding Achievement in Biology
- Outstanding Academic Achievement in Neuroscience
- Outstanding Academic Achievement in Developmental Anatomy
- John C. Ribble MD Endowed Scholarship