Guillermo Anguiano, MSc, PA-C

EducationB.S. in Biology, Minor in Chemistry from the University of North Texas

Guillermo Anguiano, MSc, PA-C

A first-generation Mexican American born and raised in the DFW area. In 2015, he received
B.S. in biology with a minor in chemistry from the University of North Texas. After which, he
spent two years in diabetes research at UT Southwestern as a researcher and published on the
metabolism of cells. Wanting to move closer to direct patient care, he then spent one year as a
medical scribe at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, and was accepted into Baylor College of
Medicine in Houston – the third highest ranked Physician Assistant program. Early on as a
clinician development, he knew mental health was near and dear to his heart, so he pursued
added qualifications in medical ethics and my master’s thesis was on the medical ethics in
schizophrenia research. After graduation in 2021, he continue to expand his medical knowledge
and interests which include mental health, medical ethics, neuroethics, clinical/bench psychiatry
research, neuroscience, and disorders of consciousness. Outside of medicine he enjoys
spending time with his spouse and friends, photography, and exploring the DFW area.