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Resident Testimonials

Ramzi DudumRamzi Dudum, MD

Junior Assistant Resident, Longcope Firm

"My first 'this is where I belong experience' happened during the interview breakfast where our program director, Sanjay, came up to me and greeted me as if he already knew me. It turned out he did know me—and every other applicant there. He spent time learning about us through our applications and then checked in with each of us throughout the interview day to see how our day was going. This was just the first experience of the culture that is the Osler Medical Residency Training Program—a family that supports and cares for one another. The next moment came on the “O” (Osler Medical Service) when I rounded with the team and observed our bedside rounds. The intern sat on the patient’s bed and she told her story with such care, paying special attention to the vulnerable position she was in. After the history was done, the Assistant Chief of Service asked permission to lead the team through a physical exam focused on her ailment and proceeded to demonstrate the nuances of the physical exam. We then left to look at the objective data outside (labs, imaging, etc…) and had a mini presentation on the disease process by the Senior Assistant Resident. After that experience, I remember thinking that I would be an incredible physician if I trained here. Although my first thoughts about Johns Hopkins related to it being a top-tier academic medical center with abundant research opportunities and cutting edge science, my final thoughts (and the ones I keep coming back to) relate to the people, the family, and the culture here. It truly is a special place.”

Jordan Nahas-Vigon

Jordan Nahas-Vigon, MD

Senior Assistant Resident, Barker Firm

"When looking for residency programs, I wanted a balance of strong clinical work, a focus on vulnerable populations, and an emphasis on friendly and supportive co-workers. I am interested in primary care and more specifically in jail and prison health care and reform. I chose the Urban Health Program at Johns Hopkins so I could feel confident in my clinical skills and also develop leadership skills, explore policy electives, delve into the social determinants of health and work directly in the community. I have had the opportunity to work in the local jail, spend time at the health department and methadone/buprenorphine clinics and observe 'violence interrupters' mediate conflict on street corners. I have truly enjoyed working with patients in the hospital, in clinic, and throughout the city, and wonderful co-residents make the experience even better. I wanted to do residency in a city that I could enjoy even after training. My husband and I lived in Baltimore previously, so I already knew I really liked the city. We have loved coming back here and plan to stay in Baltimore after residency. Baltimore has such a variety of neighborhoods to chose from--all with inviting neighbors, great restaurants, an abundance of local bars, and plenty of activities to explore in and around the city. Baltimore also has a lot of challenges with poverty and inequality, which brings the opportunity to try and effect change among our patients and advocate for them. Being both a tertiary care center and the go-to hospital for the East Baltimore community, we see such a variety of patients and range of pathology."

Kevin Eaton

Kevin Eaton, MD

2017-2018 Senior Assistant Resident, Loncope Firm

"I have grown both as a clinician and as a leader during my time in the Osler Medical Residency Program. The accessibility of faculty mentors creates a collegial environment for learning. The firm system allows for longitudinal feedback from the co-residents and attendings who know you best. The endless support in this program is balanced with a level of autonomy that pushes you to remain levelheaded and caring even in the most challenging of situations. A powerful mission of the Johns Hopkins Hospital is the goal of improving patient safety. As a member of the Patient Safety Quality Improvement Pathway, I have had the opportunity to engage leadership in hospital-wide discussions to eliminate preventable harms. I have learned the skills for designing quality improvement projects from courses at the Armstrong Institute, and I have had the opportunity to implement my own quality improvement project with the support of my department’s leadership. This residency program continues to shape me into a better clinician and has provided me with the resources to design a career path for future work in quality improvement."

Shannon Walker

Shannon Walker, MD

2017-2018 Senior Assistant Resident, Longcope FIrm

"You will find that the Osler Medical Residency Program is unique for many reasons. My two favorite aspects are (1) the firm system because of the responsibility it gives to each intern and senior resident on the team, and (2) the opportunities to explore global health research. On the firms, each intern takes the primary responsibility in admitting and presenting new patients at the bedside where further examination is used to enhance learning. At the end of the presentation, the senior resident, in the role of teacher, guides the interns in formulating the patient and teaching on a disease process unique to that patient. The opportunity to grow through the initial role of doctor and then solidify my medical knowledge through the role of teacher is what has transformed me from a medical student to a competent physician, teacher, and team leader. I have also taken on the role of a researcher through a project in Kampala, Uganda. There I explored my interest in global oncology by working with a research team studying Hepatocellular Carcinoma. I am grateful to the Hopkins connections, schedule flexibility, and funding that made this two-month abroad experience possible, and look forward to continuing this work that has helped to further focus my career goals. Overall, I recommend the Osler Medical Residency to any eager-to-learn medical student who desires a program that produces competent physicians, capable teachers & leaders, and critical thinkers."


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Current Residents

Intern Resident Class (PGY-1)

NameFirmMedical School
Fatimah AlkhunaiziJanewayColumbia
Kassandra AllbrightJanewayU Pitt
Aditya AshokJanewayHarvard
Maria BellantoniJanewayUniformed Services
Colin BlumenthalBarkerCase Western
Anthony BowenJanewayEinstein
Meredith BowenBarkerEmory
Kristi BriggsJaneway 
Adam BrownsteinJanewayYale
Martha BrucatoBarkerHopkins
Nora BurdisThayerWash U St. Louis
Erin ChewLongcopeBaylor
Michael ColeLongcopeHopkins
Thomas DasBarkerUTSW
Eamon DuffyLongcopeYale
Eunice DuganLongcope 
Richard FerraroBarkerCornell
Robert Flick, IIIThayerColorado
Julie GonzalezJanewayHarvard
Daniel HaldarBarkerHarvard
Katie HeseltonThayerLoyola
Alan JacobsenThayerNUI Galway
Heather KaganBarkerTemple
Hannah KaizerLongcopeMaryland
Kavin KanthasamyThayerBaylor
Samuel KimLongcopeCornell
Kaleb LambethThayerUT Houston
Beau Landry-WegenerLongcopeLSU
Annie LaVigneJanewayHopkins
Angela LiuLongcopeCase Western
Paul LoeserLongcopeVanderbilt
Ting-Jia LorigianoJanewayDartmouth
Angela MaThayerHopkins
Rebecca MeredithThayerDrexel
Rachel MittelstaedtThayerHopkins
Tuyet NguyenBarkerHopkins
Daria NikolaevaJanewayHopkins
Andrew PellattJanewayTulane
Tatiana PolicarpoBarker 
Talia Robeledo-GilThayerYale
Aparna SajjaJanewayGWU
Lea SelitskyLongcopeWayne State
Andi ShahuBarkerYale
Evelyn SongBarkerPenn State
Amanda SuLongcopeCornell
Rachel ThakoreThayerBrown
Rohit ThummalapalliThayerHarvard
Evangelia ValilisLongcopeUT Houston
Bibin VargheseBarkerBaylor
Yuxuan WangBarkerHopkins
Morgan WarrenThayerArizona

Junior Assistant Resident Class (PGY-2)

NameFirmMedical School
Jad AbiMansourLongcopeUniversity of Chicago
Matthew BlumJanewayCase Western Reserve University
Bryan BroderickLongcopeRutgers University
Jessica CalihanThayerColumbia University
Elizabeth CarstensThayerUniversity of Texas Southwestern
Caoilfhionn ConnollyJanewayNational University of Ireland - Galway
Jennifer DeCuirThayerColumbia University 
Robert DerenbeckerJanewayLouisiana State University
Jesus DominguezLongcopeUniversity of Illinois
Ramzi DudumLongcopeGeorge Washington University
Zachariah FodaBarkerStony Brook University
Zachary GoffThayerSaint Louis University
Ravi GuptaThayerYale University
Michael HarperLongcopeUniversity of Colorado
Gustavo HernandezBarkerUniversity of Illinois
Meron HirpaLongcopeUniversity of Florida
Julius HoJanewayBrown University
Alexandra HorneBarkerDuke University
Christopher InraThayerUniversity of Texas Southwestern
David KiddLongcopeJohns Hopkins University
Kevin KlembczykJanewayColumbia University 
Christine KruegerBarkerBrown University
Jaime La ChariteLongcopeUniversity of California - Irvine
Steven LahtiLongcopeUniversity of Pittsburgh
Christopher LebaBarkerUniversity of Texas Southwestern
Stephen LichtensteinThayerUniversity of Michigan
Peter LiuThayerDuke University
Matthew LongBarkerIndiana University
Jaclyn LoPiccoloJanewayAlbert Einstein College of Medicine
Jana LovellBarkerJohns Hopkins University
Jessica MaoBarkerUniversity of California - Los Angeles
David Muniz-PedrogoLongcopeUniversity of Puerto Rico
Tijana Nikolich-ZugichLongcopeUniversity of Arizona
Kaelin O'ConnellJanewayTemple University
Christopher PaijiBarkerUniversity of California - Irvine
Arcadia PaineLongcopeUniversity of Colorado
Vincent PallazolaJanewayUniversity of Michigan
Radostin PenchevBarkerGeorge Washington University
Sandeep RajThayerCornell University
Matthew ScarlottaThayerUniversity of Pittsburgh
Daniel ShuLongcopeTemple University
Steven SteinwayThayerPennsylvania State University
Cole SterlingThayerJohns Hopkins University
Ashish ThakrarBarkerUniversity of Pennsylvania
Johns Wells, IVJanewayEmory University
John Woller, IIIThayerEmory University
Daniel ZabranzkyJanewayJohns Hopkins University
Tarek ZghaibJanewayAmerican University of Beirut
Weili ZhengBarkerUniversity of Illinois

Senior Assistant Resident Class (PGY-3)

NameFirmMedical School
Francisco AlvarezLongcopeColumbia University
Kelly ArpsJanewayEmory University
Brittany BadeschLongcopeUniversity of Colorado
Justin BerkThayer 
Michael DanielLongcopeJohns Hopkins University
Arsalan DerakshanBarker 
Travis D'SouzaThayerMichigan State
Christopher FanBarkerDuke University
Katherine FalloonLongcope 
William GarneauBarkerUniversity of North Carolina
Zach GitlinLongcope 
Erin GoerlichJanewayUniversity of Texas at Houston
Egal GorseBarkerMedical College of Wisconsin
Arune GulatiJanewayUniversity of Pennsylvania
Christopher HaasThayerDrexel University
Rupert HungBarkerJohns Hopkins University
Catherine IrelandLongcopeUniversity of Tennessee
Rebecca JeunLongcopeBaylor College of Medicine
Sonya KrishnanThayer 
Balint LaczayThayerNorthwestern University
Cooper LloydBarkerVanderbilt University
Katie LongJaneway 
Karolina MaciagBarkerHarvard University
Nitin MalikJanewayUniversity of Virginia
Jesse McDermeitJanewayNew York University
Nicky MehtaniThayerJohns Hopkins University
Anya MezinaJaneway 
Alexander MoffettBarkerUniversity of Chicago
Seffy MullerBarker 
Jordan Nahas-VigonBarkerUniversity of California - San Francisco
Erica OrsiniLongcopeGeorge Washington University
Robin OrtizJaneway 
Trisha PasrichaBarkerVanderbilt University
Bennett PetersonThayerUniversity of Maryland
Jessica RatnerJanewayUniversity of Pennsylvania
Paul Scheel, IIIJanewayUniversity of Washington School in St. Louis
Harita ShahThayerJohns Hopkins University
Rohan ShahLongcope 
Kevin ShenderovLongcopeJohns Hopkins University
Calvin ShengThayerVanderbilt University
Nick SmithJanewayBoston University
Jared SpitzLongcopeNorthwestern University
Brian TingJanewayNational Taiwan University
Rachit VakilJanewayRutgers University
Joanna WangThayerJohns Hopkins University
Beatriz WillsThayerUniversity of Los Andes (Columbia)
Jonathan YehJanewayJohns Hopkins University
Jennifer YehBarkerJohns Hopkins University
Hisham YousifThayerHarvard University
Radoslav ZinovievLongcopeYale University