Casey Ireland is the Thayer Assistant Chief of Service for 2020-21. She is originally from Chattanooga, TN and attended the University of Georgia for undergrad before returning to Tennessee for medical school at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. She chose the Osler program because of the absolute commitment to excellent patient care demonstrated by residents and faculty on her interview day. Casey completed the first year of her fellowship in cardiovascular medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital prior to returning to Baltimore for ACS year. Outside the hospital, she enjoys running, watching college football (go Dawgs!), and spending time with her husband Will.
Rohan grew up in Calcutta, India and moved to Baltimore initially for his undergraduate education. He was excited to return to Baltimore for residency, drawn to the Osler Program by the unique teaching environment fostered by the firm system, the clinical competency of the residents and the degree of autonomy offered by the program. The camaraderie between the residents, the opportunity to learn from exceptional peers and the breadth of training across multiple medicine subspecialties were the highlights of his time as a resident. As an ACS, he feels honored and privileged to work with some of the brightest residents as well as an incredible group of faculty, and is excited to contribute to the next class of outstanding Osler residents. Rohan spent a year as a cardiology fellow at the Cleveland Clinic and will be returning to complete his fellowship training following his ACS year. Outside of the hospital, Rohan loves playing and watching sports, and spending time with his wife, newborn son, and dog.
Kevin grew up in Brooklyn, NY. He completed medical school at Johns Hopkins and a PhD in immunology through the NIH-Oxford graduate partnership program. He stayed at Hopkins for residency because of the Osler Program’s unique teaching environment, the wonderful camaraderie between the residents, and the brilliant and supportive faculty. He completed a year of fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins before returning for ACS year. His fellowship research focuses on metabolic pathways in lung injury/ARDS. Outside of the hospital, he enjoys spending time with his wife as well as running, hiking, and most other outdoor activities.
Joanna is originally from the Washington, D.C. area, and completed medical school and residency at Johns Hopkins. She completed her first year of pulmonary and critical care fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania prior to returning to Baltimore for ACS year. Her interest is currently in pulmonary hypertension and interstitial lung disease, but she considers herself an internal medicine doctor first and foremost. Outside of the hospital, she enjoys running and reading.
Associate Program Directors and Firm Faculty Leaders
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