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Resident Class of 2023 (PGY-2)

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Megan Hsu, M.D.

Medical school: Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
Undergraduate school: University of Notre Dame (B.A. in liberal arts and Chinese)
Hometown: Rochester, Indiana
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: After meeting the residents and faculty on my interview day, I knew that this was a special place. Whether your passion is biomedical ethics, research, global outreach, public health or medical illustration, this is a place with abundant resources where your unique interests are not only cultivated, but celebrated. I chose to train at Johns Hopkins because I aspire to become a well-rounded orthopaedic surgeon alongside co-residents who inspire me every day with their genuine interest and desire to take ownership of every aspect of patient care.
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Tim Kreulen, M.D.

Medical school: Duke University School of Medicine
Undergraduate school: Duke University (chemistry)
Hometown: Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I wanted to match at a residency with a strong operative experience, cohesive group of residents and opportunities for research. As a sub-I, I was able to see firsthand that Johns Hopkins is exceptional in each of these areas. I feel very lucky to go to work with such smart, hardworking and fun people every day.
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Tuo Peter Li, M.D., Ph.D.

Medical school: University of Maryland, Baltimore
Undergraduate school: The Johns Hopkins University, (B.S. in biomedical engineering)
Hometown: Hunan, China, and Howard County, Maryland
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Johns Hopkins for many reasons: kind and inspiring leadership; collegial and down-to-earth residents/staff who put patients first; quality and proximity of diverse training locations, which expose trainees to a wide spectrum of clinical experience; and diversity and richness of orthopaedic and non-orthopaedic expertise, which fosters innovation. Simply put, the people here feel like family, and the program produces leaders in this field. I feel truly privileged to be a part of this residency.
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Samir Sabharwal, M.D., M.P.H.

Medical school: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Undergraduate school: Dartmouth College (B.A. in history)
Hometown: Chatham, New Jersey
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: It feels special coming to work every day to an institution so deeply engrained in the development of modern academic medicine. We have a great cohort of residents, strong faculty and leadership, and a broad, well-rounded operative and clinical experience.
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Brian Sullivan, M.D.

Medical school: Medical College of Georgia
Undergraduate school: University of Georgia
Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I was interested in finding a program that offered a strong clinical focus with balanced didactics and research opportunities. I desired a program where the attending physicians and residents were passionate about the field, took pride in their program and always strived for improvement. Johns Hopkins has exceeded my expectations in each of those areas. Most importantly, the group of residents and faculty feels like family, making Baltimore an easy place to call home.
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Adi Wollstein, M.D.

Medical school: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Undergraduate school: University of Michigan (B.A. in political science, communications, environmental science)
Hometown: Jerusalem, Israel
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: It was evident from my very first interactions that Johns Hopkins is a truly special place that values education, mentorship and teamwork. Those first impressions are reinforced every day, and I am more confident than ever that I can grow to become the best physician, surgeon and colleague I can be here.
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