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Tulane alumnus Dr. Clyde Yancy named speaker for School of Medicine Diploma Ceremony
Dr. Clyde Yancy graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine in 1982. (Photo by Laura Brown/American Heart Association)

The School of Medicine is proud to announce that Clyde Yancy, MD (M’82) will serve as the Diploma Ceremony speaker for students of the Class of 2022, who will graduate on May 21, 2022. Read more about Dr. Yancy and his journey since graduating from Tulane'e School of Medicine.

 



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