After graduating from UNC with a major in biology and minors in both chemistry and history, Darryl returned to South Africa to work as a research assistant on a longitudinal study that investigated the impact of social interaction and living conditions on tuberculosis transmission in Cape Town before returning to North Carolina and medical school. In recognition of his outstanding performance as a medical student, Darryl was given the Peacock-Plonk Award for his clinical clerkships and was inducted into the AOA honor society. In addition, Darryl continues was a competitive golfer, serving as president of the championship-winning club golf team at UNC.
Darryl loves travel, wildlife photography, cooking, and meterology.
Medical School: Wake Forest School of Medicine
Undergraduate: University of North Carolina