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Recent Graduate Placements
(Class of 2013)

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Oluseyi Aliu, MD, MS

Oluseyi Aliu, MD, MS (Michigan CSP 11-13 – VA Scholar) will be returning to finish the last 2 clinical years of his plastic surgery residency at the University of Michigan.

Katherine Auger, MD, MS

Katherine Auger, MD, MS (Michigan CSP 11-13) will join the faculty at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center as a physician investigator in the Division of Hospital Medicine.

Dustyn Baker, M.D

Dustyn Baker, MD, MPP (UCLA CSP 11-13) accepted a position McKinsey & Co. as a Senior Healthcare Implementation Coach in the Hospital Operations Division.  Her main focus will be on improving various hospital operational capacities. She will work with other consultants to diagnose hospitals, provide a specific plan, and monitor its implementation. 

Jonathan Bergman, M.D.

Jonathan Bergman, MD, MPH (UCLA CSP 11-13 – VA Scholar) accepted a position as Assistant Professor at the Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Urology. Additionally, Dr. Bergman will also serve as the Associate Residency Director and pursue his interest in clinic improvement projects as a model for high-value health care in a safety net hospital within the UCLA Urology System.  

Nicole Brown, M.D.

Nicole Brown, M.D. (Yale CSP 11-13) accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Division of General Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore/Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Roberta Capp (Yale CSP 11-13)

Roberta Capp (Yale CSP 11-13) accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado Medical School.

Tammy Chang, MD, MS

Tammy Chang, MD, MS (Michigan CSP 11-13) will be transitioning into an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Michigan.  She will be focusing on identifying high risk groups for obesity among teen mothers and designing and implementing innovative interventions that are both clinically and community-based.  She will practice full-spectrum family medicine 20-30% of the time at the Ypsilanti Family Medicine Clinic, Corner Health Clinic, and Ypsilanti school-based clinics.

Charlene Collier, M.D.

Charlene Collier, M.D. (Yale CSP 11-13) will be an Assistant Professor at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She will also serve as a perinatal health research and policy consultant for the State Department of Health, working on projects to improve birth outcomes.

Sidney Coupet, DO, MS

Sidney Coupet, DO, MS (Michigan CSP 11-13) has accepted a Global Health academic position with NOVA Southeastern in Fort Lauderdale, FL.  He will continue his research with the US Haitian Diaspora community and continue his transnational program with Doctors United For Haiti (DUFH), a charitable organization in which he founded in 2005.  He will contribute 50% of his time to clinical practice in the Internal Medicine department.

Nathaniel DeNicola, M.D. (VA Scholar)

Nathaniel DeNicola, M.D. (Penn CSP 11-13 - VA Scholar) was awarded funding by the VA for a third year in the Program. He will continue research investigating the effects of maternal and perinatal care collaboratives on hospital policy regarding elective deliveries. He will also continue research on the use of digital/social media in medical policy and practice.

Kelly Doran, M.D.

Kelly Doran, M.D. (Yale CSP 11-13 – VA Scholar) has accepted dual appointments as an Instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and researcher in the Department of Population Health at New York University-Bellevue Hospital Center. 

Brandi Freeman, M.D.

Brandi Freeman, M.D. (Penn CSP 11-13) accepted an assistant professor position in the section general academic pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver, Colorado.

Kelly Doran, M.D.

Nurit Harari, M.D. (Yale CSP 11-13) has accepted a position with the Indian Health Service in Chinle, Arizona.

Nathan Irvin, M.D.

Nathan Irvin, M.D. (Penn CSP 11-13) accepted a position as an Instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Lindsay Jubelt, M.D.

Lindsay Jubelt, M.D. (Penn CSP VA Scholar (11-13) has accepted a position as the Director of Clinical Performance in the Network Integration Group at the NYU-Langone Medical Center as well as dual appointments as an Instructor in the Department of Medicine and researcher in the Department of Population Health at NYU Medical School.

Chen Kenyon, M.D.

Chen Kenyon, M.D. (Penn CSP 11-13) accepted a position as Instructor in the Department of General Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Based in the PolicyLab at CHOP, he will continue research on integrating care systems for children with high risk asthma, focusing on improving both inpatient care and transitions from the inpatient unit into the community.  

Yoshi Laing, M.D.

Yoshi Laing, MD, MPH (UCLA CSP 11-13) accepted a position as Director, Clinic-Based Process Improvement with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (LAC DHS) and his duties will involve implementation of team-based performance improvement methods.  His research and career interests continue to be adding value to outpatient care in the safety-net by improving efficiency and outcomes at lower cost, ensuring sustainability of safety-net systems such as LAC DHS, and improving chronic disease prevention and chronic disease self-management.

Kim Narain, M.D.

Kim Narain, M.D. (UCLA CSP 11-13) is pursuing a PhD in health policy and management at the Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA where she has secured funding to support her research and further training. She endeavors to conduct research that elucidates the link between social/built environment policies and population health, finds practical solutions to health disparities, and provides information that will be used by policy makers to tailor municipal policies to better suit the health needs of the population.

Katherine Neuhausen, M.D.

Katherine Neuhausen, MD, MPH (UCLA CSP 11-13) accepted a position as the Director of Delivery System Reform in the Office of Health Innovation at the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System. She endeavors to work with safety net providers to redesign payment and delivery systems to promote value-based and accountable care for low income populations

Charles Scales, M.D.

Charles Scales, MD, MSHS (UCLA CSP 11-13 – VA Scholar) accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Surgery at Duke University Health System providing for clinical, research, education activities.  He is interested in academic or hospital/health system leadership, a significant role in resident education, and to introduce “translational” health services research into urology – leveraging knowledge of organizational and individual behavior to change practice and improve patient safety & quality of care.

Adam Sharp, MD, MS

Adam Sharp, MD, MS (Michigan CSP 11-13) has accepted a position as a physician investigator with Kaiser Permanente’s Southern California Research and Evaluation Department.  He will be focusing on implementation research and charged to bridge Kaiser research with the operations division to improve patient outcomes.  He will practice clinically 20% of the time in the Emergency Department at Los Angeles Medical Center. 

Heather Smith, M.D.

Heather Smith, M.D. (Yale CSP 11-13) will be an Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Women’s Health for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at the Montefiore Medical Center.

Gordon Sun, MD, MS

Gordon Sun, MD, MS (Michigan CSP 11-13 – VA Scholar) has accepted a full-time position as Medical Director with Partnership for Health Analytic Research, LLC, a boutique health services research consultancy in Beverly Hills, CA.  He will be leading health services, outcomes, and health economics collaborations with academic, private industry, and government stakeholders in healthcare.   

Alan Teo, MD, MS

Alan Teo, MD, MS (Michigan CSP 11-13) has accepted a position as a physician investigator with the Portland VA Medical Center, with an appointment as Assistant Professor with Oregon Health and Sciences University.  He will be focusing on the study of how social ties affect mental health outcomes and developing a career development award with a particular focus on suicide prevention via improvements in individual’ social networks.  Clinically, he will practice two days a week as a collaborative care psychiatrist embedded in a patient-centered primary care clinic in the VA.

Ashaunta Tumblin, M.D.

Ashaunta Tumblin, MD, MSHS, MPH (UCLA CSP 11-13) accepted a position as Assistant Professor In-Residence of Pediatrics at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine. In addition, she will serve as adjunct staff at the Santa Monica office of RAND.  This combined position will allow her to pursue community-based and broad policy approaches to optimize the social determinants of child health.

Anita Vashi, M.D.

Anita Vashi, M.D. (Yale CSP 11-13 – VA Scholar) was awarded funding by the VA for a third year in the Program.

Roy Wade Jr., M.D.

Roy Wade Jr., M.D. (Penn CSP 11-13) accepted a position as a clinical instructor in the Department of General Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

 


 

 
 
 
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