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Resident Class of 2018

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Afua Asante, M.D.

Medical school: Wayne State University School of Medicine
Undergrad: University of Georgia, B.S. in biology
Internship: MedStar Union Memorial Hospital
Hometown: Lawrenceville, Georgia
Professional Interest: Pediatric rehabilitation
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: People come from all over the world to seek medical treatment from Johns Hopkins. Therefore, our patient population is very diverse, and there are many chances to learn about various disorders and conditions.
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Travis Edmiston, M.D.

Medical School: Oregon Health & Science University
Undergrad: Oregon State University, B.S. in biochemistry and biophysics, and in exercise and sports science
Internship: General surgery, University of Washington Harborview Medical Center
Hometown: Portland, Oregon
Professional Interests: Acute rehabilitation, spinal cord injury
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: Johns Hopkins’ various rehabilitation clinics and inpatient rehabilitation units provide a diverse and broad experience in different acuity levels, injuries, interventions and chronic/longitudinal management.
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Mi Ran Shin, M.D.

Medical School: Korea University College of Medicine
Undergrad: Cornell University, M.S. in biological engineering
Internship: MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital/MedStar Union Memorial Hospital
Hometown: Seoul, South Korea, and Syracuse, New York
Professional Interests: Pediatric rehab, public health for underserved children
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Johns Hopkins for ample opportunities to work with experts, diverse population of patients and dedication to patients.
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Daniel Sova, M.D.

Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Undergrad: Lander College for Men, B.S. in biology
Internship: Internal medicine, Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital
Hometown: Lincolnwood, Illinois
Professional Interests: Pediatrics, pain, musculoskeletal, ultrasound
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Johns Hopkins because of the diverse patient population, an unmatched clinical experience, world-renowned faculty and endless opportunities for research.
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Teresa Tang, M.D.

Medical school: University of Maryland School of Medicine
Undergrad: Wake Forest University, B.S. in biology and philosophy
Internship: Mercy Medical Center
Hometown: Richmond, Virginia
Professional Interests: Interventional pain management
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: Patients come from all over the world just to be seen at Johns Hopkins. This means that you have the opportunity to take care of a diverse range of patients with a wide variety of pathologies, both simple and complex, during your training. The program also has a wonderful alumni network and a great track record of residents getting their top choices in jobs and fellowships.
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Ada Lyn Yao, M.D.

Medical school: University of the Philippines Manilla College of Medicine
Undergrad: University of the Philippines, B.S. in biochemistry
Internship: MedStar Union Memorial Hospital
Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland, and Manila, Philippines
Professional Interests: Interventional pain, spinal cord injury
Why I chose Johns Hopkins: I walked through the hallowed halls of the esteemed medical institution called Johns Hopkins and instantly knew it would be a privilege to surround myself with a wealth of mentors, knowledge, wisdom and experiences both inside and outside the field of medicine.

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