Angela Scheuerle, MD, FACMG
[From my UTSW Faculty Page]
Dr. Angela Scheuerle fell in love with genetics as a sophomore in high school and never looked back. She now has the career that she wanted at the age of 15 – even though such a profession didn’t exist at the time. Learning the intricacies of the science is like learning the secret of a magic trick. Remember the “ah hah!” moment when you suddenly mastered a two-wheeler? Genetics is like that.
Dr. Scheuerle graduated Magna Cum Laude as a biology major from Sewanee: The University of the South. She received her M.D. from The University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Scheuerle completed a Pediatric Residency at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Medical Genetics Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine. Her fellowship started just at the beginning of the Human Genome Project, so she got to “grow up” in genetics at a very exciting time: when it was possible to keep up with gene discoveries because it was about one every two weeks. She has also completed a fellowship in Clinical Ethics at the University of Chicago. Dr. Scheuerle is board certified in Clinical Genetics, Clinical Molecular Genetics, and Pediatrics.
No financial relationships have been disclosed.