Isaac Lopez grew up in Chicago, spending summers swimming competitively and going to YMCA camp in nearby Michigan. He was part of the Program in Liberal Medical Education at Brown University in Rhode Island, an 8-year combined undergraduate and medical degree program. In undergrad, he received his Sc.B. in Neuroscience while teaching different styles of swing dance: Jitterbug, Lindy Hop, and Charleston. Staying at Brown University for medical school allowed Isaac to become further involved in the community, serving as the Latino Medical Student Association chapter president as well as leading a medical student initiative to teach sex education at a local junior high school in English and in Spanish. He then branched out to the West Coast for Internal Medicine residency at UC San Francisco where he met his partner Libby Cummings. She continues to show him every day the wonders of the great outdoors, and together they are thrilled to join TAHG and live their dream of practicing rural medicine in the beautiful state of Alaska.