A desire to plant roots closer to home drew Sophia Yohe, MD, to the University of Minnesota Medical School. A native of Fargo, North Dakota, she graduated from the Medical School in 1995, but for eight years after, she traveled the world—from Hawaii to Germany—serving as an internal medicine physician in the U.S. Army.

“I really liked putting the puzzle pieces together, coming up with an answer and a diagnosis and contributing to medicine in that way. Those were the aspects of internal medicine that I liked a lot, but at least back when I was doing it, it was less of that,” Dr. Yohe said.  Full story here.