Year 1 - Evan Shirey, M.D.
Medical School: Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Residency: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Research Interests: Global Health, tuberculosis, HIV
Research Mentor: Nicole Salazar-Austin, MD, MPH
Lee CD, Shirey E, Guttadauria B, Kenyon CC. Telescoping the Diagnostic Process. N Engl J Med. 2022 Sep 1;387(9):833-838. doi: 10.1056/NEJMcps2205676. PMID: 36053509.
Shirey, Evan & Rutstein, Richard, Presenter: Shirey, Evan. (2020, August 07). Fourth generation HIV combination immunoassays are associated with delayed seroreversion in HIV exposed but uninfected infants [Oral Presentation]. Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS)/Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Lieberman, Leora; Costello, Anna; Shirey, Evan. (2020, July 15). The Woman in Plaque: The Case of a Multi-Focal, Progressive, Ulcerative Rash.
Year 2 - Shayna Dooling, M.D., M.P.H.
Medical School: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Residency: St. Christopher's Hospital for Children
Year 2 - John McAteer, D.O., M.P.H.
Medical School: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Emory University School of Medicine
Research Interests: Infections in the immunocompromised host, microbial heteroresistance, neglected tropical diseases and the impact of climate change on microbial pathogenesis
Biography: Dr. McAteer is originally from the Boston area, but has traveled all around the country for medical training—first to Kansas City for medical school, then to Atlanta for residency. He comes to Baltimore with his wife, who is entering a doctoral program at Johns Hopkins University, and their dog Tessie. As the son of a microbiologist, he was born with a love for infectious diseases and is fascinated by the intersection of infectious diseases and human history. Dr. McAteer loves all of ID, but has a particular research interest in infections in the immunocompromised host, microbial heteroresistance, neglected tropical diseases and the impact of climate change on microbial pathogenesis. Prior to medical school, he pursued an MPH at Boston University, specializing in epidemiology and maternal/child health, which sparked an interest in clinical research and translational science. When not doing something related to infectious diseases, you can find him walking the dog, snowboarding, playing escape rooms or watching detective shows. “I am excited to explore all of the incredible clinical and research opportunities here at Hopkins!"
Year 3 - Erica Prochaska, M.D.
Medical School: University of Michigan Medical School
Residency: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Children's Center
Research Interests: Maternal and infant health, global health, neonatal sepsis, the maternal-fetal immune system and congenital infections
Year 3 - Jeanette Beaudry, M.D., Ph.D.
Medical School: Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons
Residency: The Johns Hopkins University
Research Interests: Infections disproportionately affecting underserved populations, epidemiology, Haemophilus influenzae, malaria and global health
Mentor: Laura Hammitt, M.D.
Year 3 - Jessica Rubens M.D.
Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine
Residency: The Johns Hopkins University
Research Interests: Immune responses in measles virus infection
Mentor: Diane Griffin, M.D., Ph.D.; Diane Griffin Lab
Biography: Dr. Rubens was born and raised in sunny San Diego and moved to the East Coast to attend Davidson College in North Carolina. After college, she studied HIV pathogenesis at NIAID/NIH for two years before attending medical school at Boston University. She then moved to Baltimore to complete her pediatrics residency at Johns Hopkins University and worked for several years as a hospitalist and in research before starting her Infectious Diseases fellowship. Dr. Rubens is passionate about immunology and studies the host immune response to infections. She and her husband have lived in Baltimore for eight years now, and enjoy outdoor activities with their three young boys and dog.
Awards: Pediatric Scientist Development Program Fellow 2020–2022
Publications: Rubens JH, Karakousis PC, Jain SK. Stability and Viability of SARS-CoV-2. N Engl J Med. 2020 Apr 13; 382.