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Resident Class of 2017

PM&R resident class of 2017 with Dr. Celnik and Dr. Mayer

Resident class of 2017 with the department chief Pablo Celnik, M.D. and the program director Sam Mayer, M.D.

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Jaclyn Holt, D.O.

Medical School: Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Undergrad: Duke University, B.S. in neuroscience and psychology
Graduate School: Tulane University, M.S. in pharmacology
Internship: Traditional osteopathic internship, Largo Medical Center
Hometown: Fort Myers, Florida
Professional Interests: General rehabilitation
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for the diverse opportunities in clinical and academic experiences that are available.
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Christina Kokorelis, M.D.

Medical School: University of Maryland School of Medicine
Undergrad: Harvard College, B.A. in cellular and molecular biology
Internship: Preliminary medicine, Franklin Square Hospital
Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland
Professional Interests: Pediatrics, musculoskeletal rehabilitation
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I did an elective at Johns Hopkins as a fourth-year medical student and was completely struck by the diversity and complexity of the patients, the curiosity and devotion of the trainees, and the wisdom and humility of the trainers.
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Dawn Myers, D.O.

Medical School: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
Undergrad: University of Missouri-Columbia, B.S. in health science and Master of physical therapy
Internship: Traditional internship, Capital Region Medical Center
Hometown: Marshall, Missouri
Professional Interests: Musculoskeletal, general physiatry
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I was interested in training at a large tertiary center that would expose me to the breadth and depth of this diverse field.
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Andrew Nava, M.D.

Medical School: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Undergrad: California State Polytechnic University, B.S. in biological science
Internship: Preliminary medicine, Howard University Hospital
Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland
Professional Interests: Interventional spine, pain management
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Johns Hopkins for its excellent teaching and impeccable reputation for research and clinical care.
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Charles Odonkor, M.D.

Medical School: Yale University School of Medicine
Undergrad: Sewanee: The University of the South, B.S. in biochemistry and psychology
Graduate School: Washington University, M.A. in molecular, cell and developmental biology
Internship: Preliminary internal medicine, Yale New Haven Hospital
Hometown: Ghana, Africa
Professional Interests: Pain medicine, interventional spine and musculoskeletal medicine, cancer rehabilitation, global health and leadership
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I was drawn to the institution’s tripartite mission of clinical excellence, education and innovative research. The diversity of the patient population at Johns Hopkins and the opportunity to engage in global health work were very appealing and aligned with my interest in promoting physiatry abroad.
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Solomon Rojhani, M.D.

Medical School: Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University
Undergrad: UCLA, B.S. in physiological science
Internship: Maimonides Medical Center
Hometown: Beverly Hills, California
Professional Interests: Interventional spine, regenerative medicine, sports medicine
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Johns Hopkins for the opportunity to receive highest level of training and treat the most complex cases.

View featured publications, presentations and awards for the class of 2017.

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