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Dr. Sadie Velasquez

Dr. Sadie Velásquez


Originally from a small town in North Texas, I moved to San Antonio in 2004 for medical school and now call it home. After medical school, I completed my residency training in Internal Medicine followed by a year as Chief Resident. I then joined the Division of Hospital Medicine where I divide my time between clinical work as a hospitalist both at University Hospital and the STVHCS and educating medical students and housestaff.

My husband and I met at The University of Texas at Austin and enjoy spending weekends on Leon Creek Greenway running and cycling with our eight year-old daughter, six year-old son and one year-old daughter.

Mentors in Medicine/MiMs (MSIV)

Hanna Blaney

Hanna Blaney


I am originally from Sedona, Arizona and went to Reed College in Portland, OR where I majored in Biology. Before medical school, I worked as an EHR tutor, traveled, and worked as a research assistant on a public health study. My adventurous spirit led me to San Antonio for medical school and I have had a wonderful experience living and studying here. My interests in medical school have primarily been the MD/MPH program and Global Health. I plan to specialize in Internal Medicine. Outside of medical school, I enjoy exploring hill country hiking with my husband and two German Shepherds, the outdoors, reading for fun, eating, and travel. I love mentoring and look forward to meeting and working with you all!

Nicholas Inman

Nicholas Inman


Hello everyone, I am Nicholas Inman and I am originally from Fairview, TX in the DFW metroplex. I attended Austin College for my undergraduate studies and graduated with a major in Biology and minor in Religious Studies. I graduated in 2014, married my lovely, intelligent wife Caitlin a week later, and started medical school a little over a month after that. My interests outside of medicine include backpacking and camping, collecting vinyl music, and playing with my dog and 2 cats. I will be applying for an Emergency Medicine residency in the fall. I look forward to meeting each and every one of you. I hope that I can be a source of information and comfort as you begin your crazy and absolutely wonderful journey into the world of medicine.

Brendan Langford

Brendan Langford


I was born in St. Louis, MO but have lived the majority of my life in San Antonio. I went to Central Catholic high school here in San Antonio and then went to Drury University (in Springfield, MO) for a soccer scholarship. I played NCAA soccer for all four years in college while majoring in biology and chemistry and getting a minor in global studies. I entered medical school immediately following my senior year of college. I recently decided that I want to be an anesthesiologist. After residency I plan on doing a fellowship in cardiovascular anesthesiology.

In my free time I like to play soccer or go to the gym. I also enjoy watching TV shows (currently watching Suits and Prison Break). My family lives in San Antonio and I like to hang out with them on the weekends.

I am looking forward to meeting all of you.

Caitlin Morgan

Caitlin Morgan


Hi Y’all!

My name is Caitlin Morgan and I am beyond excited to be a MiM this year! I grew up in La Grange, Texas (like the ZZ Top song!) and attended the University of Texas at Austin, where I graduated with a degree in public health. Over the last three years, I have been involved in Veritas, the Family Medicine Interest Group, student run free clinics, and CSL research. I was also part of the South Texas Tract, where I completed third year rotations in the Rio Grande Valley. I plan to pursue a career in Family Medicine. Outside of school, I like to go to the beach, watch Netflix, travel, hike, crossfit, run, try new restaurants, festivals and, of course, sleep (when I can). Please don’t hesitate to ask me questions. I want to help you in everyway I can!

I look forward to meeting all of you!

Veritas Peer Advisors/VPAs (MSII)

Caleb Davis

Caleb Davis


Hey everyone! My name is Caleb and I've lived in Texas my whole life. I moved around the North Texas area quite a bit growing up, but now call Argyle home. Previously, I attended Baylor University, where I majored in Biology. After graduating in 2015, I spent about 6 months working as a medical assistant for a family practitioner. The experience I gained there has been invaluable in preparing me for clinical encounters. Here at UTHSA, I'm primarily interested in orthopaedics and sports medicine; however, I'm still open to other possibilities.

In my free time, I love to stay active, whether that's getting a lift in at Gold’s Gym or even playing some pickup basketball. I also enjoy getting to play some FIFA every now and then for stress management. Looking forward to this Veritas mentorship experience and please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions you may have!

Naeem Bayaa

Naeem Bayaa


Hey there! My name is Naeem Bayaa and I am from Grapevine, Texas. I attended the University of North Texas for two years as a part of the TAMS program and then went on to UCLA where I majored in economics. After graduating in 2015, I took a gap year during which I did some freelance tutoring and, more importantly, went on a few vacations before heading off to San Antonio for school. When I’m not studying, some of my favorite things to do include exploring the local food scene, writing Yelp reviews, tackling the IMDB top 100 movie list, playing basketball, and road tripping. I am incredibly excited to be a VPA and look forward to meeting you all!

Daniel Saenz

Daniel Saenz


Hi everyone! I grew up in Laredo, Texas, and attended Brown University for both undergraduate and graduate school, completing a bachelor's of science in neuroscience and a master's of science degree in biotechnology in '12 and '14, respectively. I then moved to Houston where I researched stroke and traumatic brain injury at Memorial Hermann Hospital TMC for two years before coming to San Antonio for medical school. Currently, I'm interested in interventional radiology and cardiology but I'm staying open to new disciplines as I learn more about them.

In my spare time, I enjoy mountain biking, kayaking and catching a comedy show when I can. In the future, I'd like to expand my musical talents beyond the air-guitar.

I'm excited to get to know everyone and help navigate the medical school experience anyway I can!