DoM welcomes incoming fellows to its 11 training programs

Monday, December 9, 2013

The Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program celebrated with the senior assistant residents last week when they learned their placement into many of the nation's top fellowship training programs.

The Department of Medicine will welcome fellows from across the country to its 11 fellowship programs. See where the fellows are coming from:

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Drew Ambrosy - Stanford
Alex Fanaroff - Duke
Stephen Gaeta - UCSF
Ajar Kochar - Johns Hopkins
Philip Lehman - Duke
Adi Mandawat - Brigham and Women's
Jennifer Rymer - Duke
Nishant Sekaran - University of Washington
Endocrinology
Elizabeth Campbell - Duke
Kyle Jackson - Wake Forest
Abby Tubman - Brown
Gastroenterology
Scharles Konadu - Duke
Gabe Mansouraty - Mass General
Yuval Patel - Johns Hopkins
Rey Quevedo - Tulane
Hem/Onc
Sarah Anand - University of Michigan
Jennifer Choe - Baylor
Carter Davis - Duke
HeJeremy Force - Indiana
Syed Hassan - Wayne St
Michael Humeniuk - Mayo Clinic
Infectious Diseases
Meredith Clement - Duke
Christopher Hostler - Duke
Stacey Maskarinec - UCLA
Austin Chan - Emory
Nephrology
Shalini Bumb - Case Western
Robert Olivo - Vanderbilt
Supreet Sethi - Arkansas
John Stanifer - Duke
Pulmonary, Allergy & Critical Care
Sailaja Allamneni - Alabama
Armando Bedoya - Duke
Stephen Bergin - Duke
Anne Matthews - Duke
Roozbeh Shariff - University of Texas Medical Branch
Interventional Pulmonology
Mary Elmasri - UCSD
Rheumatology & Immunology
Samya Mohammad - VCU
Nichols Holdgate - MUSC
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