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Residents and Fellows

Postgraduate Year Three (PGY-3)

Sophia Chen

Sophia Y. Chen

Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii
Medical School: The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Surgical Interest: Undecided
Researching: Surgical outcomes and health services

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Patrick Crosby

Hometown: Lima, Peru
Medical School: Universidad de San Martin de Porres, Facultad de Medicina Humana
Surgical Interest: Minimally invasive surgery
Researching: Robotic training, medical devices and biomedical engineering, ventral hernias and abdominal wall reconstruction

Mackenzie Anne Eagleson

Mackenzie (Mickey) Anne Eagleson

Hometown: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine
Surgical Interest: Undecided
Researching: Undecided

Daniel Eisenson

Daniel L. Eisenson

Hometown: Wayland, Massachusetts
Medical School: Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School
Surgical Interest: Transplant
Researching: Transplant immunology, xenotransplantation, global surgery

Carla Lopez

Carla M. Lopez

Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Medical School: Yale School of Medicine
Surgical Interest: Pediatric Surgery
Researching: Big data analytics, pharmacoepidemiology, "off-label" and investigational use of drugs, biologics, and surgical devices

Samantha Roche

Samantha L. Roche

Hometown: Dunbarton, New Hampshire
Medical School: The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Surgical Interest: Trauma, Emergency General Surgery, Surgical Critical Care
Researching: Medical/Surgical education and trauma outcomes

Jessica Ruck

Jessica M. Ruck

Hometown: Greenwich, Connecticut
Medical School: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Surgical Interest: Surgical oncology, thoracic, transplant
Researching: Neurocognitive outcomes in frail liver transplant patients

David Stonko

David P. Stonko

Hometown: Manchester, Maryland
Medical School: Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Surgical Interest: Surgical Critical Care, Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
Researching: My primary research interest is at the intersection of surgical sciences and applied mathematics: to build artificial intelligence/machine learning or statistical algorithms for prognostication and outcomes prediction across the surgical sciences. I also hope to use math to address needs in basic science, where certain problems may be amenable to mathematical modeling such as in trauma and surgical critical care with coagulopathy and sepsis. 

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