VUMC Chief Resident

Spanish Fort, AL
Career Plans
Transplant Nephrology, Academic Medicine
Trevor was born in Denver, Colorado (Go Denver Broncos!), and he moved to Spanish Fort, Alabama when he was three, trading in his winter coat for shorts and t-shirts. Trevor grew up playing all sports, but fell in love with cross country, track and field, and basketball (Alabama has basketball? Who knew!). In college, he studied biomedical sciences and Spanish at the University of South Alabama and completed a study abroad in Cuenca, Spain. He also participated in research involving the Pseudomonas aeruginosa Exoenzyme Y, and he became passionate about reading a variety of books. His favorites include When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown, and The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis. He stayed at the University of South Alabama for medical school where he continued his research and worked with the Medical Spanish Interest Group and Hispanic immigrants in Mobile, Alabama. Trevor loves running the trails at Percy Warner park, watching Vanderbilt basketball, and cheering on the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena! His favorite part of Vanderbilt is his co-residents who have grow to become some of his best friends and mentors. Member of AOA.


BMSc - Biomedical Science - University of South Alabama - 2015
MD - University of South Alabama - 2019
Internship - Vanderbilt University - 2020