Committed in Training
After completing his undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame in 1990, Dr. Marin went on to receive his Medical Degree (MD) in 1994 from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine, graduating first in his class. His hard work earned him a surgical residency position at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, that same year.
In 2001, following seven rigorous years of residency, Dr. Marin received further training during a highly sought Hand Surgery Fellowship at the Curtis National Hand Center – the largest hand center in the world – also located in Baltimore.
Dr. Marin scored in the 99th percentile nationally on Parts 1 and 2 of the United States Medical Licensing Exam, and in the 90th percentile nationally on Part 2. Other note worthy awards include:
- Outstanding PGY4 Resident Award in General Surgery, 1999
- Member of the Johns Hopkins University of Surgical Residency Review Committee, 1998
- John Staige Davis Research Award at Johns Hopkins for Best Research in the Division of Plastic Surgery, 1997
- Saiki Memorial Award for Excellence in Pathology, 1992
- De Boer Memorial Award for Excellence in Pharmacology, 1992
- Lange Book Award, 1991