Tania Rodriguez, MD (she/her)

Position: Chief Resident

Undergraduate: Harriet L. Wilkes, Honors College of Florida Atlantic University
Medical School: Albany Medical College

Tania is from Royal Palm Beach down in south Florida. She is half Cuban and Puerto Rican and is proud to be first generation American. She attended the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic where she majored in neuroscience. While in undergrad, she conducted research in the metabolism and aging department of the Scripps Research Institute. She was the recipient of the Henry Morrison Flagler Academic Scholarship all four years and graduated Summa Cum Laude. She attended Albany Medical College in upstate New York where she was the recipient of the MD Trustee Scholarship for Excellence all four years. In medical school she was the leader of Cooks for a Cause where she worked with middle and high school refugee children and taught them the basics of cooking, nutrition, as well as life skills and mentorship. Tania was drawn to Brown for its emphasis on academics, teamwork, advocacy and service to the community. At Brown she is looking forward to receiving an excellent training, working with a diverse patient population and the ability to continue to give back to the community. In her free time, Tania enjoys cooking, baking, indoor gardening, watching Netflix, and personal fitness.