Kim Seidel-Miller, MD
Kim is a 2015 graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed her preliminary year as an internal medicine intern and is a Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation resident at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
Kim completed her BS in Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan. Upon graduation, she moved to Indianapolis where she worked as a Chemical Engineer before starting medical school. She is passionate about connecting professional women to raise awareness and continue to overcome the barriers that professional women, especially women physicians, continue to face.
Kim has been involved in professional female organizations throughout her studies and professional experiences. In undergrad, she was involved in the Society of Women Engineers. Transitioning into medical school, she became involved in AMWA during her first year. She has served AMWA in various roles as both a medical student and resident.
She is excited to take on her new role as AMWA’s Resident Division President. As the Resident Division President, she strives to build the opportunities and benefits that the resident division offers during this challenging and exciting part of medical training. She believes the Resident Division has a unique opportunity to support members as they transition from both medical school to residency and residency to their continued careers. She hopes to expand resources and outreach efforts to members, past and present, as they make these transitions.