Hi! My name is Nathan Sison. I grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast as part of a family deep rooted in the culture of New Orleans just down the road. I moved west to Texas for undergrad at UT Austin where I majored in anthropology with a focus on Paleo-Indian archaeology and Ancient Greek. There was some hard science and thoughts of medicine somewhere in there too.
I was fortunate after college to be accepted to Teach for America in my home state of Mississippi, thereby avoiding a jobless stretch while doing something good for my community. I taught high school science and grew immensely in those couple of years. I came back to medicine after teaching so that I could touch as many lives as possible in as many ways as possible. Family Medicine gradually revealed itself as the perfect manifestation of these career goals during medical school.
I am proud to a part of the family medicine residency program at UNC Chapel Hill. I was drawn here by the promise of being part of an innovative and restless vision for primary care’s future. While I have found just that, I have also discovered excellent teaching, abundant resources, and supportive, fantastic people.
HIV, QI, Informatics
ACLS, PALS, Dental Varnish
Education and Training
MD, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, United States, 08/2011 – 05/2015
BA, The University of Texas at Austin Texas, Austin Texas, Anthropology, 08/2003 – 05/2007