I finally broke out of the state of Virginia when I attended Case Western Reserve University for medical school (Cleveland is an underrated city and more people should check it out!). My wife, Francie, and pup, Tater – both lifelong Hoos – took no convincing when we were deciding where we wanted to spend the next few years of our lives. I fell in love with the city and the medical community and have had the best four years in Charlottesville, so I am thrilled to be able to spend the next three years here! Our Current Residents ‌‌ 2019 Resident Graduation Dinner on the Baltimore Inner Harbor 2020-2021 For my personal interests, I like to try new things but can always go for more climbing, skydiving, board games, travelling abroad, eating spicy food and playing with my fancy new drone! Between college and medical school, I joined Teach for America and taught chemistry and forensic science just outside of NYC. I left SC to attend Auburn University for both my undergraduate and Master’s degrees, becoming a huge Auburn fan in the process. I’m excited to be here as I loved my experience with the faculty and staff during my 4th year away, but I’m excited to be reunited with my girlfriend of 11 years. Between my 3rd and 4th year of med school I worked in Uganda as a clinical research fellow, where I met students and researchers from UVa and decided to apply here for residency. I’m overjoyed to join the University of Virginia Emergency Medicine crew! My fiancée, Caroline, and I were incredibly fortunate to both match at UVA as part of the Couples Match, and we are thrilled to call Charlottesville home for the next several years. I’m from Sanford, NC, and the middle of five very different siblings – a cop, a “Coastie,” a future engineer, and an artist/future veterinarian- and the son of a NICU RN and a nephrologist, so I’ve had exposure to a few walks of life. The Lawn Resident Directory 1895-2016 lists Lawn and Range residents by year and by room number. When I’m not at the hospital, I’m either hiking in nature, cooking entirely too much food, playing with my dogs, or spinning from something upside down. Query: mysql -h enwiki-p.db.toolserver.org -e "use enwiki_p; select page_namespace,page_title,count(ll_lang) from langlinks left join page on page_id=ll_from group by ll_from having max(ll_lang='fa')=0 and count(ll_lang)>15 and page_namespace=0;" > iw_15.txt PGY1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) I completed undergraduate studies at the University of Puerto Rico—Rio Piedras Campus and then moved south to attend medical school at Ponce Health Sciences University. University Village Apartments (UVA) The studio efficiencies offer a large, open space that serves as both a bedroom and a living area. They are diverse yet commonly united. Upon interviewing, I immediately fell in love with the program. I have always harboured a passion for critical care, research and medical education, which I hope to continue developing on during residency with the support of our accomplished faculty and peers. Prior to medical school I worked as an emergency department scribe where I developed a love for emergency medicine. Michael Cullen. Fun fact? Outside of the hospital I enjoy playing/listening to music, hiking, camping, going to the gym, and cycling. I am excited to mountain bike, ski, surf, and to learn to whitewater kayak in Virginia! I subsequently spent a year working in Canberra and after years of dreaming, am relieved to finally be training in the US! I grew up in Detroit, MI, before moving to warmer weather in South Carolina to attend Bob Jones University for undergrad. Growing up on the family farm in the mountains of North Carolina, I developed a love and appreciation of the great outdoors. Personally, the things I enjoy most are sleeping, eating, and exercise…usually not in that order. Sports and exercise have been constant fixtures throughout my life, evolving in form along the way. Check out our current residents! University of Virginia. Adriana Ramirez. The first RA Fireside Chat is tonight at 8:00 p.m.! I was born in North Carolina and raised outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before attending the University of North Carolina where I studied English and history. Physical Address 1149 Newell Drive Gainesville, FL 32610-0236 Phone (352) 273-5550 I’m especially interested in the critical care aspect of Emergency Medicine and am excited about further developing that passion at UVA. I grew up fishing, as well, and have been known to sneak off in the middle of the night to chase striped bass. My academic interests include medical education, medical humanities, physician leadership, and health care policy and administration. I grew up in a small town in northwestern Virginia, called Berryville. I am especially interested in EMS and pre-hospital medicine. I love Charlottesville, and really dig the vibe (slightly weird, great food, Blue Ridge Mountains 30 minutes away – need I say more?). After high school, I graduated from UCLA. I was born in Pennsylvania, but spent most of my life in Kenya until moving to Virginia at age 15. Map Marker I try to be a generalist outside of medicine and enjoy writing, reading, going to the movies, listening to music, trying out new restaurants/breweries/wineries/cider houses/distilleries, baking, grilling, traveling, golfing, running, hiking, kayaking, and skiing. I completed high school in Lynchburg, VA and attended UVA for undergrad. I love what I’ve been able to explore in Charlottesville so far and am really happy to be here in the Second Best Virginia Outside of medicine I love to cook, travel, hike, and basically spend every other waking moment listening to podcasts, watching Netflix, or tending to the many, many house plants I now call my roommates. After high school, I went to Clark University in MA, for undergrad/grad school, then worked briefly in Ecuador, and ultimately attended Tufts University for medical school. I went to WVU for undergrad and then Marshall for medical school. I started working as a volunteer EMT and technical rescue technician with the South Orange Rescue Squad in Chapel Hill while in school and developed a love for emergency medicine. Before going to medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit, I worked as a middle school teacher for a few years and then as a high school guidance counselor. Map and directions. For fun, I play the violin with one of the local orchestras; I also love swing dancing, hiking, and playing boardgames with family and friends! I went on to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point for my undergraduate education, after which I was commissioned and joined the 10th Mountain Division. I hope to work one day out in the community and serve the rural population. Current Residents Integrated Cardiothoracic Surgical Program. Interests outside of the hospital: Dancing, watching movies, playing tennis, Broadway musicals, collecting records and pro football. Hi! Within emergency medicine, my greatest interests are international/global medicine and disaster medicine. We enjoy hiking, playing soccer, and family dinners at any of the wonderful C-ville restaurants, wineries, or breweries. Born and raised in central Virginia, I’ve traveled all throughout the state for education from Richmond for undergraduate, Norfolk for medical school, and now Charlottesville for residency. My specific interest in emergency medicine lean toward global medicine and critical care. There, I became an EMT and went on a field biology quarter, where I learned Spanish while exploring the tropical forests of Costa Rica. I’m excited to be living in Charlottesville and to be in such a gorgeous area with great restaurants. After finishing an away rotation at UVA, we fell in love with the city of Charlottesville as well as the program and the people. I was born in South Korea and grew up in Arizona, Alabama, Alaska, Virginia, and Louisiana with my Air Force family. When I was younger, I had my sights set on becoming a veterinarian, but by the time I got to college, I had switched my interest from becoming a vet to being a doctor. The faculty here are extremely approachable and passionate about resident education. We both agree its our favorite place we’ve been in the country! Growing up and still to this day I enjoy playing sports, specifically soccer and basketball, and learning new songs on my guitar. My interest in Emergency Medicine was piqued while I was deployed to Afghanistan. I fell in love with Charlottesville when I came to UVA for undergrad. I also love to travel and try new things, so hit me up! Find people by address using reverse address lookup for 7916 Uva Dr, Redwood Valley, CA 95470. A transplant from the high desert of New Mexico to the incredibly green mountains of Virginia, I am incredibly excited to train in emergency medicine here at UVA! Since then my awesome wife, Lauren, has supported my endeavor as the path has led us through Richmond, down to Miami for medical school at FIU, and now back to Virginia. Once I set my sights on medicine, I completed my post-baccalaureate coursework at N.C. State, followed by medical school at the ECU Brody School of Medicine. When we interviewed at UVA, we instantly knew it was the place for us! I look forward to continuing my journey here at UVA. Chief Residents 2020-2021. I was born and raised in West Texas and split my time in college at Angelo State and TCU, where I got my Bachelors in Biology. My family and I are so excited to be joining the UVA Health family and the beautiful community of Charlottesville! I’m excited to be back in Charlottesville and work in the ED in the new role of a Resident! I went to college down south at Duke University before heading back over to Europe for 9 years. Mock anesthesia oral examinations occur on a 1:1 basis in the operating rooms, during the obstetric anesthesia rotation, and once every spring in place of grand rounds. I am the fifth child of nine and was homeschooled for my entire primary education. I made my way back to SLC where I learned to ski and mountain bike and attended med school at the University of Utah. I studied history at UNC and Appalachian State, and I mainly wanted to read books and maybe teach if I had to to get paid. I grew up mainly in the metropolitan Detroit area, but I moved to Virginia as a teenager. Chief Residents. I then attended Texas Tech in Lubbock for medical school. Areas of Interest traumatic brain injury, concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, spinal cord pathology, neurological imaging, American football helmet and protective equipment design Outside of medicine, I enjoy hiking, running, listening to podcasts, learning about economics, watching the Cowboys, eating ice cream, and playing with our goldendoodle, Beau. I realized early in medical school that Emergency Medicine was the perfect fit for me after shadowing in the ER during the preclinical years and I am excited to finally be pursuing training in the field. Looking forward, I’m hoping to settle into a house with my partner, get to work learning the ways of the EM physician, and tease out in my own mind whether a critical care fellowship will be in my future. Pipelines and Pathways, growing UVA’s employment pipeline, providing better access to underrepresented groups and ensuring that current employees have opportunities for promotion and growth. We initially moved around but ultimately settled down in the beautiful state of Maine. I feel incredibly excited to be joining the EM program at UVA and am pumped to be working (and having fun) with the talented crew here. Never venturing far from home, my undergraduate years were spent at Guilford College, and I attended East Carolina Medical School, where I developed an interest in emergency medicine. Outside of medicine, I enjoy reading novels, traveling, and gardening (I would love to become a Master Gardner one day). Check out our current residents! I currently focus on hockey, resistance training, cycling, rowing, and skiing, but am always open to new challenges. I love coming home every day to a building full of light and energy. Between the camaraderie among the residents and the beautiful setting near the Shenandoah mountains, we knew we had found a home for the next 3+ years. G’day! My wife and I work hard to provide a wonderful life for our two dogs, a golden retriever named Friday and a bichon named Burrito. Find contact info for current and past residents, property value, and more. I attended medical school at the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!). It was an easy choice to pursue residency at UVA after meeting the faculty and residents here. I then attended medical school at the University of Tennessee, where I was lucky enough to meet my wife, Sarah (who happened to be my anatomy partner and is starting residency in Internal Medicine). If you have questions or concerns, contact dining@csusm.edu. I’m excited to be back in Charlottesville for residency because I missed all the delicious food and beautiful wineries! When my wife and I came to Charlottesville for my interview, we fell in love with the city and the residency program, and absolutely knew it was the place for us. I studied chemical engineering at New Mexico State University before attending the University of New Mexico for medical school. Hi! Having a diverse patient population, being a Level-1 trauma center, and having a large faculty with varying clinical interests allows the program to provide training consistent with that goal. After graduation, I worked in athletics for several years before moving on to a career in commercial insurance and risk management. Map and directions. INTERNS Ben Alexander I was born and raised in West Texas and split my time […] I am excited to start residency and continue being a social foodie, tennis player and outdoor explorer in Charlottesville. I went to the University of North Carolina for undergrad and medical school and am a big college sports fan (Go Heels!!!). Outside of the ER, I spend my time road cycling, playing guitar and piano, singing (poorly), hiking, and answering Rosh Review questions. Welcome! I grew up around a lot of great doctors and learned Emergency Medicine was the specialty for me early on. I am a proud non-binary transfeminine person (if you are unfamiliar or have questions, please don’t be afraid to ask!) © 2021 Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.All rights reserved. I am excited to be close to my family and friends in the DMV. Accordingly, I look forward to taking advantage of all the outdoor activities Charlottesville has to offer. Housing Supply , developing ways for the University and the community to work together to create and maintain more housing for low-income residents. Residency Purpose Statement. Outside of medicine, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, playing violin and piano, singing, and reading both non-fiction and classic literature. The linked surgery preliminary year is generally universally enjoyed by IR […] Potential Resident Staff candidates: get your Zoom fireplace backgrounds ready, bring your questions, and join us for some candid conversations with current … It seems like we discover a new favorite spot every weekend!. Even though I had decided on emergency medicine in high school, I became interested in research during college so I got an MPH and did bioinformatics research in biomedical engineering and molecular genetics labs. University of Washington. While here, I fell in love with both Charlottesville and emergency medicine, so I’m thrilled to be staying here for residency! Wahoo! When I’m not working I like hanging out with my friends and family, playing with my friend’s dogs (hopefully I’ll have one soon), traveling, cooking, skiing, reading, knitting, and a good Netflix binge. Prior to pharmacy school, she earned a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from Auburn University. Charlottesville is a great small town for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and wants a tight knit community. Raised in Austin, I got the first taste of east coast life when I moved to New York City to study Peace Studies at Manhattan College. After graduating, I moved to Richmond for a stint in a genetics lab before beginning medical school at the Medical College of Virginia. 1st Year Resident Medical School: University of Virginia Having attended UVA for medical school, choosing to remain here for IR residency was an easy choice. I went to medical school at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine in Scranton, Pennsylvania, home of The Office. ALEX JEPSEN. Hi! It is an honor to be a part of the UVA Emergency crew and I look forward to learning from the best and sharing my knowledge with others in the academic side of medicine. Medical school: University of Virginia Career interest: Hand and Upper Extremity Best thing about Charlotte: Diverse population with great people, good food scene and affordable places to live. Both my staff and my residents have changed my UVa experience for the better and allowed me to meet people and form bonds that I would have never thought possible. While I have lived all over the country (from Fairfax, VA to San Francisco, CA), I spent most of childhood in a small town outside of St. Louis, MO. As a kid, I loved playing basketball with my friends for hours on end, stopping by a 7-eleven for coke slurpies afterward or the local Eatery to fill our bellies with fried chicken. While scribing, I fell in love with the UVA Emergency Medicine Department and knew I wanted to be here for residency. My medical interests include nephrology, academics, and administration. I’m originally from Chelsea, a two-stoplight town in Alabama. I was born in Accra, Ghana to international aid worker parents. Map Marker I was born in Tianjin, China, moved to Dallas with my parents at age 10, then moved on to New Jersey for college, St. Louis for medical school, and New York City for my preliminary medicine year. Taryn Hassinger. After graduation from UNC, I was employed as a copywriter for an advertising agency when I changed my career goals and enrolled in the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program here at the University of Virginia. Originally from Mobile, AL, I attended high school in Greensboro, NC, and college at William and Mary, obtaining a B.A. I attended Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, where I was a math major and played club polo. Originally born in Dallas, TX, I moved to Columbia, SC in elementary school and spent the majority of my childhood there. As my wife will tell you, most of what you need to know about me can be summed up as “I’m the oldest of six siblings,” five of which are boys, and all of whom share a love of (usually) friendly competition. I went to UVA for college, and afterwards I became an ED scribe in Northern Virginia. Row 1 (Bottom, left to right): Pragna Janagam, MD, Amanda Cecchini, DO, Zainab Fatima, MD, Kajan Mahadevan, MD Row 2 (left to right): Matthew Corrigan, MD, John Sherret, DO, Akesh Thomas, MD, Raza Hussain, MD Row 3 (left to right): Anshuman Desai, MD, Lalith Namburu, MD, Yousaf Syed Shah, MD, Scott Gerwe, DO Row 4:(Top, left to right): Ammar Allhabbeh, MD, Rasheed Musa, MD, Abdulrahman Abonofal, MD, Akshit Griwan, MD During my free time I enjoy traveling, cooking, hiking, swimming, and doing anything else that lets me enjoy the outdoors. I then returned to Texas for medical school at UT Southwestern, where I developed interests in emergency medicine and quality improvement. As an adult, my metabolism and tolerance for exercise have decreased dramatically, but I still enjoy good food, good company, and gentler hikes on scenic trails. Graduate students, faculty, and staff who are current residents or who have previously applied for UVA housing should also log in through NetBadge. After my teaching stint, I headed south to Nashville, TN to be closer to family. ​. Outside of school, I still love hiking, swimming, tennis, and any excuse to sit and enjoy fresh mountain air and sunlight.​. I am also looking forward to the next three years learning and growing with my co-residents. University of Texas, San … REBECCA HAUG. After participating in medical mission trips to Honduras and Mexico, I became interested in medicine and worked as an ER scribe (the best job ever). Hi, my name is Andrea! I grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and went to college in Santa Barbara, California where I studied marine biology, Spanish, and learned to surf. Virginia Commonwealth University. Greetings! UVA is known for its historic foundations, student-run honor code and secret societies. I was born in India and came to the United States when I was 4 years old. My journey to Charlottesville began in HK, where I grew up, continued on to Cambridge, where I completed preclinical studies, followed by clinical studies in London, and Foundation Programme training (“internship” for Americans). UVA residents are allowed to furnish the apartments with their own microwave oven that is 1.4 cubic feet capacity or smaller and has a maximum of 1,100 watts at 120 volts. Dr. West is the current PGY2 in Pediatrics and completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Residency here at UVA Health, as well. Our residents are from all over the world, around the country, various medical schools, and they work together to advance the field of Emergency Medicine, clinically and academically. Meet our program's current residents. When I found out I had matched here, I was ecstatic. I was born and raised near Miami, Florida and went to undergrad at Duke University and medical school at the University of Florida. Outside of medicine I’ve devoted much of my free time to learning how to build handmade guitars, and I enjoy live music and playing recreational hockey. It is the goal of the program to insure that our residents receive training across the entire spectrum of the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery. The form should be sent via email to vastatus@virginia.edu with the subject line "Law School." I went to the College of William and Mary for undergrad, then continued westward to Virginia Commonwealth University for medical school. or UVA) is a public research university in Charlottesville, Virginia.It was founded in 1819 by United States Declaration of Independence author Thomas Jefferson.It is the flagship university of Virginia and home to Jefferson's Academical Village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 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