Alice Barnes Viroslav, M.D.
Dr. Viroslav received dual BA’s in Psychology and Biology from Southern Methodist University and received her MD degree from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. She completed her residency and fellowship training at Emory University, where she served as Chief Resident in Radiology. She is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology with added qualification in Neuroradiology, is a senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology, and is a member of Radsource, a private practice specialty radiology group based in Nashville, Tennessee. She is also a former Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology at UT Health San Antonio.
Dr. Viroslav has served in leadership roles in multiple local and national non-profit organizations. In San Antonio, she is chair of the board of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts and served as co-chair of the public phase of the Tobin Center’s $58 million capital campaign. She is a member of the boards of the McNay Art Museum and the San Antonio Zoo and is past chair and emeritus trustee of the Mind Science Foundation. In 2018, she served on the City-County Symphony Transformation Task Force as the appointee of Judge Nelson Wolff. She is a past chair of the Board of Trustees of Saint Mary’s Hall and served as co-chair of the school’s $26 million capital campaign. She is also past chair of the boards of the Jewish Federation of San Antonio and of The Winston School San Antonio. She is the recipient of several awards, including the 2023 Hope Award from the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Tribute to Women Business Leaders, the United Communities of San Antonio Humanitarian Award, the Kipnes-Wilson/Friedland Award, the Israel Bonds Award, the Sugerman Young Leadership Award, and the Toubin Community Relations Council Award. She was also named as a Distinguished Delta by Tri Delta sorority.
Nationally, Dr. Viroslav is past president and emeritus trustee of the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research, an organization that she co-founded that is dedicated to finding treatments and an eventual cure for Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare genetic disease that affects her daughter. The FPWR has raised over $20 million dollars since its inception in 2003, has several international chapters, and has funded more than 150 research projects to date. She is a member of the SMU Alumni Board. She is a past member of the Board of Trustees of The Jewish Federations of North America and a former co-chair of JFNA’s National Young Leadership Cabinet. She is a past board member of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs and co-chaired JCPA’s National Plenum in 2010.
Dr. Viroslav’s husband, Sergio, is an orthopaedic surgeon with TSAOG Orthopaedics. They have three children – Hannah, who is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and UT Southwestern Medical School and is Chief Resident in Anesthesiology at UT Southwestern, Andie, who is a graduate of the University of the Incarnate Word, and Evan, who is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and is a first year law student at Fordham Law in New York. Dr. Viroslav is a classically trained soprano and is a former member of the San Antonio Mastersingers; she has performed in the American Sunrise Celebrity Song Slam, Ethics Follies, Ds on Keys, and Rosie’s Rodeo Roundup, all productions in San Antonio raising money for charity. She was featured in the photo exhibit “Musicians: Duets of Passion and Profession” in 2022.