Dennis Soto, MD
Dennis Soto M.D. born and raised in Bayamon, Puerto Rico where I acquired my B.S. in Biology from Antillean Adventist University in Mayaguez Puerto Rico, working under Dr. Jose Carde instructing genetics and molecular biology laboratories. Performed research under Dr. Carlos Gonzalez at the University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus. There I was awarded by the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students 2006 Grant for Research in Molecular Biology in Anaheim California. Graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic class of 2014. One of my most fulfilling experiences was having worked with several medical operatives in recent years offering aid to underserved areas and communities in the Dominican Republic under AMSA and other health organizations. In 2015 I was a student of Dr. Wolf and the WOLFPACC program where the knowledge I acquired helped to further my knowledge and understanding of medicine. I strongly believe in what this program can do and what can be accomplished from it. I began instructing for WOLFPACC in 2016 where I’ve had the opportunity to lecture in several institutions in the United States of America, Puerto Rico and Mexico. My personal philosophy is centered on the developing of future physician’s ability to critically think and use the knowledge acquired to become the doctors they are meant to be. My greatest sense of satisfaction stems in receiving feedback from those who have achieved their goals.