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Program Year 3 Interns

2012-2013

Trisha Anest

Trisha Anest, M.D., MPH
Medical School: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Undergrad: University of Texas at San Antonio
Activities/Hobbies: Running with my dogs, hiking, reading, writing, traveling
Home State: Texas
Why Hopkins: I chose Hopkins because I felt at home with the people here and the learning opportunities available are unsurpassed. The teaching is exceptional and the patient population provides the variety of experiences necessary to become an excellent emergency medicine physician.

 
Marrissa Baker

Marrissa Baker, M.D.
Medical School: Washington University in St. Louis
Undergrad: University of California, Los Angeles
Activities/Hobbies: cooking/baking, running, tennis, spending time with family and friends
Home State: California
Why Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for the academic resources, diverse patient pathology, and superb faculty.

 
Ryan Circh

Ryan Circh, M.D.
Medical School: University of Maryland
Undergrad: University of Rochester
Activities/Hobbies: sports (baseball and football), running, hiking
Home State: New York
Why Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for the excellent faculty and residents plus the wonderful opportunities. For me, the chance to train at the best hospital in the world and stay in the city I love was an easy decision.

 
Amanda Crichlow

Amanda Crichlow, M.D.
Medical School: University of Pennsylvania
Undergrad: Johns Hopkins University
Activities/Hobbies: sports (watching & playing), music, cooking
Home State: New Jersey
Why Hopkins: Hopkins combines superb clinical training with a wealth of opportunities for career development.

 
Lisa Cuttle

Lisa Cuttle, M.D.
Medical School: Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Undergrad: University of Nebraska- Lincoln
Activities/Hobbies: running, biking, climbing, cooking, eating.
Home State: Illinois
Why Hopkins: Great people (faculty and residents), diversity of patients, great city with lots to do - and crab cakes.

 
Matthew L DeAugustinis

Matthew L DeAugustinis, M.D., MPH
Medical School: UNC School of Medicine
Graduate School: UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
Undergrad: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Activities/Hobbies: playing and watching sports, travel, driving, concerts, music, Apple products
Home State: North Carolina/California
Why Hopkins: I chose Hopkins because of a fantastic interview experience and second look that introduced me to fantastic residents, attendings and support staff all working for a department with a great patient population.

 
Caitlin McCord

Caitlin McCord, M.D.
Medical School: Emory University
Undergrad: Harvard
Activities/Hobbies: Rowing, reading, playing tennis, puzzling, and trying new things
Home State: Virginia
Why Hopkins: I'm really interested in all of the subspecialties of EM, particularly Disaster and International Medicine, so the four year program and extensive resources in these areas were very attractive. I am currently a LT in the US Navy and will be active duty after residency, so the structure of Hopkins' fourth year was a great way to get some "fellowship" experience first. Also, Baltimore has lots of trauma and great pathology, but what really convinced me was the residents and faculty I met on interview day.

 
Dr. William Province

William ‘Wing’  Province, M.D., MBA
Medical school:  Indiana University School of Medicine.
Post Graduate:   Harvard Business School.
Undergrad: Brigham Young University (BYU).
Home State:  Indiana.
Activities/Hobbies:  Time with my four kids. Going out with my wife. Fly-fishing. Following the NFL, NCAA football , NCAA basketball.
Why you chose Hopkins: The four- year program with integrated fellowship. Opportunities for mentorship in areas of interest. Rich history and tradition. Family in Baltimore. Love the east coast.

 
Julie Rice

Julie Rice, M.D.
Medical School: New York Medical College
Undergrad: Seattle University
Activities/Hobbies: Reading, Cooking, Running, Travel, Playing the Piano, Film
Home State: Washington State
Why Hopkins: Johns Hopkins gave me the opportunity to work with a diverse and underserved patient population while learning from a dedicated group of faculty and residents.

 
Dave Scordino

Dave Scordino, M.D.
Medical School: SUNY Upstate Medical University
Undergrad: Wilkes University
Activities/Hobbies: Hiking, biking, camping, reading and good conversation
Home State: New York
Why Hopkins: Impressive selection of resources for global health and an outstanding reputation for producing excellent clinicians.

 
Erik Verzemnieks

Erik Verzemnieks, M.D.
Medical School: University of Washington School of Medicine
Undergrad: University of California, Santa Barbara
Activities/Hobbies: Soccer, running, golf, soaking up the sun
Home State: Washington
Why Hopkins: Incredible faculty both on and off-service, opportunities to explore any nuance of emergency medicine, and the fantastic group of residents.

 
Nathan Woltman

Nathan Woltman, M.D.
MPH Medical School: Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Undergrad: Colorado State University
Activities/Hobbies: Swimming/scuba, kayaking, hiking, paintball, working out, going out
Home State: Colorado
Why Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for the strong academic focus, diverse faculty interests, urban setting, and programs in disaster and pre-hospital medicine.

 

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