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Emergency Medicine Residents: PGY-1

2013-2014

Chineme Enyioha, MD

Chineme Enyioha, MD
Medical School:
Yale School of Medicine
Undergrad: William Carey University, Hattiesburg MS
Activities/Hobbies: Singing, reading and traveling
Home State: Kentucky/Nigeria
Why Hopkins: The in-depth clinical training, academic opportunities especially with the FAST program and the very impressive residents, members of faculty and staff.



 

Benjamin Grandy, D.O.

Benjamin Grandy, D.O.
Medical School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Undergrad: Cleveland State University 
Activities/Hobbies: fitness, weightlifting, golf, healthy cooking, traveling, astronomy/astrophysics, and spending time with family and friends
Home State: Michigan
Why Hopkins: Hopkins is synonymous with a tradition of excellence in medicine and I found the opportunity to work and learn in such an environment priceless. While providing world class patient care, the faculty are dedicated to their residents' becoming excellent independent physicians. Hopkins provides state of the art facilities, endless research avenues, a challenging patient population, and incredible opportunities for future career paths. Lastly, the unique fourth year FAST Track program allows the resident physician an opportunity to specialize training in a particular field of interest while working in the ED.
 

Bachar Hamade, M.D., M.Sc.

Bachar Hamade, M.D., M.Sc.
Medical School:
American University of Beirut
Graduate School: McGill University
Undergraduate School: American University of Beirut
Activities/Hobbies: Soccer, basketball, gym, attending concerts, spending time with friends, reading.
Home Town: Beirut, Lebanon and Montreal Canada
Why Hopkins: The reason I chose Hopkins is because I firmly believed that the program offered at Hopkins satisfies my goals and aspirations. The diverse patient population and exposure to pathology that one gets at Hopkins, in addition to the program’s unique FAST system and the staff’s commitment to teaching, certainly shape a resident into becoming a pioneer in the field of academic and clinical Emergency Medicine.
 

Trent Malcolm, M.D., M.E.Sc

Trent Malcolm, M.D., M.E.Sc
Medical School:
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Graduate School: Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
Undergrad: University of Michigan
Activities/Hobbies: Hiking/backpacking, exploring, cheering for the Wolverines, hanging out with my niece and nephews.
Home State: Michigan
Why Hopkins: Outstanding residents and faculty with a unique integration of inner city and academic training at a world-class institution.
 

Hilary McFetridge, MD

Hilary McFetridge, MD
Medical School:
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Undergrad: Texas A&M University
Activities/Hobbies: orchid culture & propagation, quilting
Home State: Texas
Why Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for their unique FAST program and because of the warmth and welcoming spirit exhibited by the faculty, residents, and program staff.


 

Binoy Mistry, M.D.

Binoy Mistry, M.D.
Medical School:
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY
Undergrad: University of Florida
Activities/Hobbies: Traveling, Running, the Gators, Spending time with family & friends, Food!
Home State: Florida
Why Hopkins: Endless opportunities available, the FAST program was the best use of a 4th year I saw during the interview trail, the patient population.


 

Nick Rademacher, MD

Nick Rademacher, MD
Medical School: University of Michigan
Undergrad: University of Michigan
Activities/Hobbies: Cooking, Outdoor activities, Travel, Reading, Sports
Home State: Michigan
Why Hopkins: For the FAST program and the perfect combination of a high level academic medical center in an urban location.



 

Daniel Sheets, M.D., MPH

Daniel Sheets, M.D., MPH
Medical School:
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Undergrad: Georgetown University
Activities/Hobbies: running, playing guitar, listening to music, going to concerts, playing golf
Home State: Texas
Why Hopkins: Outstanding clinical training in Baltimore, a diverse patient population, and the opportunity to work with supportive faculty over four years to develop a niche in Emergency Medicine.

 

Edmund Timpano, MD

Edmund Timpano, MD
Medical School
: New York Medical College
Undergrad: Cornell University
Activities/Hobbies: Baseball, softball, running, outdoor activities, and spending time with friends and family
Home State: New York
Why Hopkins: I chose Hopkins because of the incredible faculty and staff I will be working with and learning from each day, the diverse and complex patient population Hopkins offers, and because of the opportunity it affords all of its residents to become the best physicians they can be.
 

Christina Velasquez, M.D.

Christina Velasquez, M.D.
Medical School:
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Undergrad: Purdue University
Activities/Hobbies: triathlons, gardening, hanging out with friends
Home State: Indiana
Why Hopkins: Hopkins has the perfect mix of a diverse patient population, faculty mentors with a myriad of interests, and dedicated time as part of the FAST program for residents to pursue their niche. I've also developed a love for the quirky nature of Baltimore.


 

Shabana Walia, M.D.

Shabana Walia, M.D.
Medical School:
Medical College of Wisconsin
Undergrad: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Activities/Hobbies: International Travel, Meditation, Yoga, Philosophy, Anything casino related
Home State: Wisconsin
Why Hopkins: I came to Hopkins for a challenge! Here, I'll be able to serve the diverse patient population of Baltimore, while training under leaders in the field of Emergency Medicine.


 

Jason Woo, MD, MBA

Jason Woo, MD, MBA
Medical School:
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Graduate School: Duke University, Fuqua School of Business
Undergrad: Emory University
Activities/Hobbies: cooking, kitesurfing, technology enthusiast, anything on the beach, budget traveling, listening to music
Home State: Texas
Why Hopkins: The opportunity to work at Johns Hopkins Hospital, arguably one of the world’s best hospitals, was certainly a factor. On the forefront of both medical care and healthcare administration, the ED plays an integral role in providing prompt quality care to the Baltimore patient population. Additionally, the fourth year FAST Track flexible curriculum provides a one of a kind opportunity in longitudinal professional development. Last but not least, the people.




 

 

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