is a TMC Fellow in the CTHC program and MD candidate at Duke School of Medicine. Originally from Lexington, Kentucky, he holds a B.A. in chemistry and intellectual history from Yale College. His theological interests include Catholic social teaching, Thomistic metaphysics, epistemology of truth, and theodicy and the spiritual valence of human suffering. David’s career focuses are ischemic heart disease, medical humanities, and patient-centered decision making. He joined the TMC Fellowship to more intentionally practice medicine as a vocation of Christian service. When not in the hospital, classroom, or Duke chapel, he loves golfing across the Triangle, gardening, endurance running, and creating art with his friends.