Dr. Jonathan Caudill has always enjoyed teaching about living things. He began teaching in the biology lab as a graduate student at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. Afterward, he earned his medical degree and completed a combined residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. He then completed a specialty fellowship at Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minnesota, where he spent nearly two years in research and also served as an assistant professor in pediatrics. Throughout this time, he continued teaching and mentoring medical students and pediatric residents. Currently, he works in a nonclinical role while also pursuing a Master’s degree in counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary. Jonathan now lives in Oxford, Mississippi with his wife, Ceresa, and their three children. He and his family are active members in their local church, College Hill Presbyterian Church, where he serves as an elder and his wife directs the adult and children’s choirs. They are all musicians and enjoy doing many things together as a family such as traveling, camping, and reading great books. They also have enjoyed building their small businesses creating handmade soap and candles. In his spare time, Jonathan also pursues woodworking, writing, and the perfect cup of coffee.