June 2020

Featured Resident of the Month

Name: Class of 2020

 

Hannah Bach, MD, MPH
Next year I will be continuing my Emergency Medicine career in Boston. I have taken a position at Cambridge Health Alliance, one of the largest safety net systems in the area, which will allow me to continue to fulfill my desire to work with medically underserved populations.

Seth Ball, MD
Next year, I will be sticking around the Baltimore area while working at Sinai Hospital. I will be splitting my time between their Adult and Pediatric emergency rooms.

Caleb Chan, MD, MPH
Next year, I will still be around as I complete my Critical Care Fellowship at the University of Maryland!

Megan Donohue, MD
Next year, I will be heading back home to Richmond, VA where I accepted an Assistant Professor position at VCU. I am excited for the opportunity to split my clinical time between Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine, and will continue pursuing my interests in global health, public health and quality of care.

Cheyenne Falat, MD
I am thrilled to remain an active member of the UMEM family next year in my role as one of the Chief Residents and Faculty Development Fellows. As part of my position, I will be working clinically at UMMC, Mercy Medical Center, and Prince George’s Hospital Center.

William Fernandez, MD
I will be starting a 2-year Aerospace Medicine fellowship through NASA and the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) down in Houston, TX. Through this fellowship I will learn the skills to provide medical management and planning for austere environments, high-performance aircraft, and short to long-duration spaceflight missions.

Eric Friedman, MD
Next year, I will be doing a sports medicine fellowship at Duke University and will be working as an EM attending at Duke University Hospital.

Seth Kelly, MD, MBA
I will be moving to Pittsburgh, PA to complete a one-year EMS fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. After that I am hoping to obtain a position as a medical director with a fire/rescue/EMS system while I continue to practice clinically in the emergency department.

Christine Kositz, DO
I plan to stay within the University of Maryland system where I will work at Shore Regional Health.

Diane Kuhn, MD, PhD
Next year, my husband and I will be returning to our roots in the Midwest after a two-decades stint on the east coast. I will be splitting time between one of the community sites and one of the academic sites at Indiana University in Indianapolis.

Dan Regino, DO
The next chapter of the Regino family adventure will be in Charleston, South Carolina where I will be working for Trident Health System. I am extremely excited to continue my passion for teaching, as Trident will be starting an emergency medicine residency next year.

Lauren Rosenblatt, MD
Next year, I am excited to be staying at UMEM as one of the Chief Reidents! Cannot think of a better way to continue being a part of the program. I am looking forward to doing an Academic and Faculty Development Fellowship with Dr. Mattu.

Tedi Setton, MD, MSc
After graduation, I plan on taking a few months to spend some much overdue time with my husband who has been serving as a New York City police officer while I have been in residency. Then I will begin working in New York City serving the underserved there.

Lucas Sjeklocha, MD, MPH
I will be staying at Shock Trauma as one of the surgical critical care fellows for the next two years. I’m especially interested in mechanical circulatory support and critical care transport and there are great opportunities here.
 

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