Current Residents

Class of 2022
Islam Bedaiwi

Islam Bedaiwi, MBBS

MBBS, University of Dammam

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

I did a year of research in GW prior to applying for residency and I really liked the people I worked with, the work environment, & and all of the support and different opportunities available to residents.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

It’s a very diverse city with many cultures, activities, and attractions. I also like where it’s located; it’s easy to travel to all east coast cities and you get to experience all kinds of weather.

 

 

Shannon Cain

Shannon Cain, MD

BA, College of the Holy Cross
MD, New York Medical College

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

I had a great experience on my interview day and felt like I fit in with the people that I met here. I was also drawn to the diverse and largely underserved patient population that the hospital serves and the opportunity to get involved with health policy.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

I love all of the outdoor spaces and free things to do in the city. On my mornings off, you can usually find me running somewhere around the city and exploring different trails!

 

 

Crystal Donelan

Crystal Donelan, MD

BA, Hamline University
MD, University of Minnesota

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

The City, program's training goals and opportunities.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

Great architecture surrounded by greenery: it's everywhere with no skyscrapers blocking sunlight from reaching the ground!

 

 

Nicholas Dreyer

Nicholas Dreyer, MD

BS, University of Massachusetts
MS, MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

When deciding on where I wanted to train for residency, I wanted a program that would allow me to strike a balance between my medical, professional and personal goals. Furthermore, I wanted a program that would also provide me guidance and opportunity that could allow these goals to flourish into something greater than I had previously imagined. During my interview with Dr. Roche and others, it was clear that GWU Emergency Medicine was that program. Based in the Nation's Capital, GW is surrounded by an almost incomprehensible amount of diversity in the realms of culture, language, professions, ideologies and more. It was clearly a place where I could thrive not only as a doctor and young professional, but as an individual as well.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

The diversity. Nowhere else have I been exposed to the amount of varying personalities, cultures, professions, food, nightlife, art and more than I have in Washington, D.C. There is an energy in this city that is almost palpable, and my love for the city and its people grows stronger every day.

 

Megan Hoffer

Megan Hoffer, DO

BS, Franciscan University of Steubenville
DO, Liberty University, College of Osteopathic Medicine

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

GW serves a large and diverse population, and during training, residents learn to manage high volumes, see a wide range of pathology, and develop a broad scope of practice. GW also places a special emphasis on resident development, encouraging and facilitating participation in projects and interests within the specialty. Most importantly, the environment and community within the program is something that was very important to me in choosing a residency. The GW residents and faculty have a great camaraderie, have fun on shift, and generally have a very supportive and positive environment, which I think can have a very profound impact on both your educational and personal experience during residency. 

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

I grew up in northern Virginia, and so I am biased because I love DC! My favorite thing about being back in the area is being close to family and getting to spend more time with my niece and nephew. As a place to live, DC has a lot of great things to see and do. I still love going to the Smithsonian, walking around the monuments and doing all of the touristy things! In general, there are also great restaurants, some beautiful places to jog/bike, and DC has a pretty young population that always seems to be organizing different events around the city. It's a fun place to live and there is always plenty to do.

 

Amanda Miller

Amanda Miller, MD

BS, Gettysburg College
MA, MD, Temple University

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

Location in DC and residency culture.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

Amazing food!

 

Monika Misak

Monika Misak, MD

BS, Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education
MD, Albany Medical College

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

I chose the GW program for many reasons. First, I have a strong interest in public health and policy and what better place to practice then in Washington dc! I also wanted to be at a program which had high acuity and high volume but still provided exceptional educational opportunities to its residents. 

 

Nehal Naik

Nehal Naik, MD

BA, University of California - Berkley
MS, Georgetown University
MD, Virginia Commonwealth University

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

GW EM has been instrumental in developing EM as a specialty in India, and I wanted to be a part of its future work! When I was choosing a residency program, I had two things in mind: Innovative education and well-established, impactful global health. GW sets you up to be a great educator and to build your niche in EM. Since training here, I've loved the family of nurses, techs, faculty, and co-residents that make the ED feel like home. Also, I couples matched into GW and we both wanted to live in a city full of global movers and shakers.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

I love all of the outdoor spaces and free things to do in the city. On my mornings off, you can usually find me running somewhere around the city and exploring different trails!

 

Christopher Payette

Christopher Payette, MD

BS, MD, George Washington University

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

I chose GW because I loved my time spent in the ER and other parts of the hospital as a medical student. I loved caring for a diverse patient population and working alongside people with similar interests in the community surrounding the hospital both near and far.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

My favorite thing about living in DC is how dynamic it is. It is truly ever-changing in its demographics, healthcare availability, and things to do. When I am not working, I love exploring the city's museums, restaurants, happy hours, and parks.

 

Anahita Rahimi-Saber

Anahita Rahimi-Saber, MD

BS, Rhodes College
MD, East Tennessee State University

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

The hospital is located in a wonderful location, the GW staff is amazing, and faculty really support your interests 

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

The free events! There’s something going on every day! 

Class of 2023
Fatmah Alsomali

Fatmah Alsomali, MBBS

MBBS, King Abdulaziz University

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

GW has a four-year program, which I believe gives me a better opportunity to be an excellent physician, and still have some time to do things outside of medicine. 

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

DC is an international city with a diverse culture and rich history, so it's perfect for someone like me who is new to the US. Also, I love living near a body of water, and DC has the Potomac River. It has a direct flight to my home town of Jeddah, which makes my life easy. 

 

Joseph Brooks

Joseph Brooks, MD

BS, Georgetown University
MD, The University of Toledo

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

I chose GW because I wanted to end up at an academic center in a big city. I had also lived in DC before, and have an interest in health policy, so there's really no better place to be in that regard. I really identified with the mission of the program, and I appreciated the time the fourth year gives to develop your niche in the field of Emergency Medicine. On top of that, I was impressed by the program leadership and the residents that I met on the interview day.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

There are so many things to love about DC! It's a big city that feels like a smaller city. It's easy to walk/run/bike anywhere. There are great options for all different kinds of food. There's a ton of free stuff to do everywhere. And there are ample opportunities for happy hour/bottomless brunch.

 

Brandon Chaffay

Brandon Chaffay, MD

BS, Queen's University
MSc, Western University
MB;BCh, University College Dublin School of Medicine

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

Amazing vibes! I left my interview day feeling that at GW you could find your niche in emergency medicine due to amazing mentorship and support to pursue any interest you have. I am interested in fellowships in critical care/global health and loved the mini-fellowship opportunity as well as the broad research interests of the faculty.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

Having so many fantastic options to choose from when you have free time! DC is a very multi-cultural city and with that, the food here is amazing - especially if you can make it for a happy hour. Also, being from Canada, I was thrilled when I discovered I can play hockey again in Virginia!

 

Alexander Kreisman

Alexander Kreisman, MD

BA, Pitzer College
MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

I chose GW because I knew it would provide me with a variety of opportunities to have an influential career in academic medicine, plus the location is amazing for doing anything you wish to do when you're not on a shift.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

The walkability of the city is great! After a shift, the ability to listen to a podcast or music and just experience a new neighborhood has been nice. Plus the food variety has been a pleasant surprise.

 

Joel Lange

Joel Lange, MD

BA, University of Wisconsin
MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

Many reasons, but especially because it was easy to see on interview day that people at GW really enjoyed being together. It was so apparent they were more than just co-residents and coworkers, but more of friends and family. Also, in a single shift, you might treat anyone from a "frequent flyer" to a congressman in septic shock!

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

It's a truly international city - walking home I might hear people in speaking 6 different languages and they all bring their own cultures and experiences (and food) to share.

 

Malori Lankenau

Malori Lankenau, MD

BS, The Ohio State University
MD, University of Cincinnati

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

I loved the close-knit feel of the residency, it was obvious that everyone (faculty, co-residents) had each other's back. I also am interested in global health and medicine in low-resource settings, and GW has many opportunities for this already established.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

I love how much there is to do in DC! There are so many museums and exhibits, as well as parks to explore. There are also a lot of amazing restaurants that I am excited to try.

 

Ayal Pierce

Ayal Pierce, MD

BS, Tufts University
MD, Tufts University

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

The people! I did my away rotation here and the residents, faculty, nurses, and techs were all great to work with and learn from. GW is a place where you make your own path for residency and have tons of resources to help achieve your career goals. 

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

The diversity. From the people who live here, to the things to do on your time off, I can never imagine ever being bored here. Plus the happy hours are amazing, especially coming from Boston where happy hours are not a thing.

 

Margarita Popova

Margarita Popova, MD

BA, Columbia University
MD, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

GW seemed like a well-balanced program with the support/resources that would help me find my niche within EM. Also, I liked all of the residents/faculty/leadership I met during my interview day! Lastly, the diversity of GW's patient population was an important factor.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

I recently moved here so still figuring this out... but I am looking forward to visiting lots of museums, exploring the city's green spaces, meeting people working on a variety of cool things, and getting to climb/backpack in the surrounding areas! I am also super excited to be closer to my family on the East Coast!

 

Kristin Raphel

Kristin Raphel, MD

BA, Pomona College
MD, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical Schoool

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

Honestly, by the end of interview season, most programs blurred together. I couldn’t keep track of which program had how many residents or which programs had which specific rotations. What I did remember was the feeling I had from interactions during every interview and social. All of the residents and program leadership that I met during my interview day here at GW were awesome. Along with being in a great city, it all just felt like a great fit.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

DC is awesome. Being someone who has grown up on both coasts, I appreciate the nice mix of people and attitudes from all over the country. It’s a young, fun, active community with tons to do - and an awesome queer community, if that’s your thing. I really can’t say enough great things about this city. I’m excited to be here and to continue to explore it!

 

Michael West

Michael West, MD

BSPH, George Washington University
DO, A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Q. Why did you choose GW for residency?

It is such a strong program with unique opportunities in policy and EMS (my favorite subsection of EM). Most importantly, I felt at home at GW more than anywhere else on the interview trail.

Q. What is your favorite thing about living in DC?

I absolutely love DC. I have a lot of roots in the area and my fiancé is from here. On top of that, the food scene is awesome and there are many things to do outside of the ED on my days off. 

Class of 2024
Uthman Alamoudi

Uthman Alamoudi, MPH, MBBS

MBBS, King Abdulaziz University
MPH, John Hopkins University

Q. What excites you about GW residency?

Unique hospital location makes it a great place to practice in term of variety and number of cases.

Amazing academic faculty members who help us writing and publish papers.

Q. What do you like about living in DC?

It is one of the places in the world where you can experience all four seasons.  

It is one of the most diverse cities in America which gives the city a unique culture.

There is a lot of entertainment options such as the monuments and museums. There are also theaters that host live shows.

Fun facts
Love traveling and playing soccer.
 

Jordan Feltes

Jordan Feltes, MD

BA, Emory University
MD, St. Louis University

What excites you about GW?

Limitless Opportunities. We have faculty in critical care, ultrasound, toxicology, and beyond that help you shape your career.

What do you like about living in DC?

First and foremost, the walkability! You can live within walking distance of the hospital, plenty of restaurants and shops, the national mall, the White House, Georgetown, all at the same time! DC is incredibly easy to get around.
 

Ian Hunter

Ian Hunter, MS, MD

BS, University of Vermont
MS, MD, New York Medical College

What excites you about GW?

Diverse patient population, opportunities in operation/disaster medicine, and my fellow residents.

What do you like about living in DC?

Feels like a city with access to amenities, excellent food, culture while being within a short drive of being in nature. Rock Creek, the Mall, Great Falls, etc… All is amazing.

Fun Facts:

I played bass in my medical school jazz-funk band, The Borborygmi Bells. Am an expert at building brio trains.
 

Yasir Hussein

Yasir Hussein, MD

BS, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
MD, Tufts University

What excites you about GW?

The people! This program has so many amazing, fun, caring and supportive residents and faculty, which gives this program a close-knit/family feel. I've made some really close friends in this program and I really enjoy working together as a team in the ED. We also have a very busy and high acuity ED with a diverse and medically complex patient population which provides everything you need to develop excellent clinical skills.

What do you like about living in DC?

DC is a perfect-sized city, not too big or small. It's also a very diverse city with a large black population with tons of great options for food, nightlife, sightseeing, museums, outdoor activities, and more. It's also really easy to get around the city with the metro.

Fun Facts:

I love hip-hop/R&B, going to concerts, traveling, playing and watching sports, cooking, playing guitar, and dancing bachata
 

Owen Lee Park

Owen Lee Park, MD

BS, Cornell University
MD, University of Maryland

What excites you about GW?

Diversity of interests among residents and faculty-- from disaster medicine to wellness

What do you like about living in DC?

Its rich culture, with so much art, music and cuisine.

Fun Facts:

I love playing with my family's backyard chickens.
 

Ashleigh Omorogbe

Ashleigh Omorogbe, MD

BA/BS, University of Maryland, Baltimore
PB, MD, Indiana University

What excites you about GW?

The diverse patient population and staff. Also, the sense of community in our department. I’m interested in health policy and administration and GW offers so many opportunities to learn in these areas!

What do you like about living in DC?

There’s so much to do! It’s an incredibly welcoming city where you’ll meet people of all backgrounds. DC has amazing food and culture. The beauty of the city captures you in every season.

Fun Facts:
 

John Lee

John Organick-Lee, MD

BS, Whitman College
MD, Mayo Clinic School of Medicine

What excites you about GW?

Working in one of the most diverse cities in the US, stellar mentorship by attentive and caring faculty, and of course working with my fellow residents!

What do you like about living in DC?

Living in a metropolitan area with all the benefits of a city, like free museums and amazing food, without the traffic. Also, the public transit is amazing, and there are so many outdoorsy opportunities like waterfall hikes, kayaking, and hundreds of miles of bike paths.

Fun Facts:

I have a dog that acts like a human and a cat that acts like a dog.
 

Elizabeth Rempfer

Elizabeth Rempfer, MD

BS,  Wake Forest University
MD, West Virginia University

What excites you about GW?

The opportunities! I love working alongside attendings that are literal experts in their fields. I came to GW a little unsure of where I wanted to take my career- academics vs disaster med vs global health, and I have all of those options here.

What do you like about living in DC?

I love how vibrant DC is, and how you can always find amazing food no matter the time of day. There's amazing rooftop restaurants and numerous hidden hole-in-the-wall breakfast places. Additionally, there's nothing more beautiful than driving into that early morning shift and seeing the sunrise behind the monuments.

Fun Facts:

I grew up in NH but never learned to ski. 
I'm a proud mom to a 35lb husky-pomeranian mix. 

Andrew Singletary

Andrew Singletary, MD

BS, Emory University
MD, Case Western Reserve University

What excites you about GW?

I appreciate that GW allows us the opportunity to practice in multiple clinical sites with very different patient populations, practice patterns, and resources. I also enjoy the camaraderie between the residents, attendings, and our administrative staff.

What do you like about living in DC?

I appreciate that GW allows us the opportunity to practice in multiple clinical sites with very different patient populations, practice patterns, and resources. I also enjoy the camaraderie between the residents, attendings, and our administrative staff.

Fun Facts:
 

Joseph Skrabal

Ryan Skrabal, MD

BS, UNC at Chapel Hill
MD, East Carolina University

What excites you about GW?

The people! Getting to work every day with people I enjoy being around and learning from - nurses, residents, fellows, and attendings. The GW emergency department is crazy, but exciting - every day is a new adventure.

What do you like about living in DC?

The amount of things to do - from the pick-up soccer and basketball games happening anywhere in the city to the wide variety of cuisines readily available to the proximity of hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities. You will never be bored living in or near the city. I also enjoy the neighborhoods of DC and being able to walk and bike to places rather than drive everywhere.

Fun Facts:

I make a mean buffalo chicken dip and also have a great nickname.
 

Angela Wu

Angela Wu, MPH, MD

BS, MPH, MD, University of Arizona Tucson

What excites you about GW?

I did an away rotation at GW and loved all the people! Dr. Roche took time to meet with me personally and was a huge influence on me choosing GW. It seemed like there was a mentor available for any interest and I felt I could really develop a professional niche here. It’s also the best, most fun, and supportive group of co-residents you could ask for!

What do you like about living in DC?

Living a 10-minute walk from my sister and spending more time with my niece, endless amazing food with a lot of ethnic diversity, cherry blossoms, biking to the sculpture garden for sangria and so much more! Moving here in the pandemic has limited what I have been able to experience so far but I still love DC. Plus my allergies are way better here so my sinuses don’t explode every year.

Fun Facts:
 

Class of 2025

CONGRATULATIONS AND WELCOME TO THE GW EMERGENCY MEDICINE CLASS OF 2025!

Kirsten Boone

Kirsten Boone

BS, University of Cincinnati
MD, Ohio State University
Reynoldsburg, OH

What excites you about GW?

One of the things I love most about GW is that there are so many opportunities to explore niche passions. GW has fellowships in everything from Disaster Medicine to Health Policy and there are faculty who are interested in any topic you can imagine. With mini-fellowships, there will be lots of opportunities to develop an expertise in areas of interest. I am interested in how we care for vulnerable populations in the ED and I am excited to work with and learn from national leaders in that area. In addition, GW feels like a family. Within one week of moving here, the residents have become close friends and I know I have a home at GW. Finally, at GW you serve an urban population. Located right next to a metro stop and blocks from the National Mall everyone from tourists to congresswomen, to people experiencing homelessness come to our ED.
 

What do you like about living in DC?

There is always something new to explore! The city is vibrant and diverse and has no limit of restaurants and bars to try, parks to run in, concerts to go to, etc. As someone from the Midwest, I love how friendly everyone is here and how welcoming the city is.

Fun Facts:
 

Karen Chung

Karen Chung

BS, Pomona College
MD, University of Washington
Cupertino, CA

What excites you about GW?

The huge diversity of people we take care of, from the person who lives in a tent to the Congressperson or foreign diplomat, and all the individual stories in between. Also, the chance to learn about and get involved with policy & advocacy -- you can't get closer to the source than DC!

What do you like about living in DC?

The city is incredibly diverse, and there is a shockingly wide range of delicious food. Each neighborhood is like its own little town, so there is tons to explore. Plus, most museums are free!

Fun Facts:

I'm a Hufflepuff, ISFJ, enneagram 6w7. My defining interests are ice cream, cats, and outdoor adventures. I'm always on the hunt for good boba and noodles. My husband is in the GW IM program (and I compel him to take all our admits). 
 

Hannah Fairley

Hannah Fairley

BS, University of Arkansas
MD, Texas Tech University
Plano, TX

What excites you about GW?

I'm excited to be practicing Emergency Medicine in a fast-paced, diverse environment surrounded by amazing people. The faculty and residents clearly care about the community and each other. GW will be a great place to grow as an Emergency Medicine physician.

What do you like about living in DC?

DC is a vibrant and diverse city! There is always something to do when you are surrounded by this much history and culture.

Fun Facts:
 

Timothy Harmon

Timothy Harmon

BS, Clemson University
MD/MPH, Louisiana State University
Charlotte, NC

What excites you about GW?

I love all the opportunities that GW offers as a residency. You will receive an excellent clinical education and will also have time built into your schedule for areas of personal interest. I can't wait to get involved with disaster medicine and EMS initiative with the department. There are many chances to work with federal agencies or get into teaching medical students, EMT trainees, and other classes. I can't wait to see what the next four years hold in store.

What do you like about living in DC?

I love that I can walk almost every day to work or to meet friends. The metro makes it so convenient to get out and do things in the city and feel connected to everything. It's also just pretty to walk around. The historic homes and monuments everywhere make it enjoyable no matter where you end up going. There is something really cool about getting to see sights every day that most people plan vacations to get the chance to see!
 

Fun Facts:

I love to cook, bake, and play board games and I'm super thankful that so many of the other residents have dogs to play with. On vacation, I'll almost always been at the lake when it's warm or on the slopes in the winter.

 

Arman Hussain

Arman Hussain

BS, Syracuse University
MD, George Washington University
Arlington, VA

What excites you about GW?

Some of the best teaching I had during med school was from the GW EM faculty - excited to get more of that while I train in the best specialty.

What do you like about living in DC?

Lots of beautiful places to go - favorite is the Tidal Basin right around sunset

Fun Facts:

I used to direct the Syracuse University Basketball Band, have caught all the Pokémon, and like everyone else in quarantine, have my own sourdough starter and too many plants.
 

Lian Lancaster

Lian Lancaster

BS, University of California, Berkley
MD, University of California, San Diego
Weaverville, CA

What excites you about GW?

I'm excited to learn more about the community we will serve while working alongside some awesome colleagues. GW also has so many opportunities get involved and being in DC you get opportunities that you otherwise wouldn't get in another location.

What do you like about living in DC?

All the free things you can do, the food, and how it is still so close to nature.

Fun Facts:
 

Robert Pena

Robert Pena

BS, Cornell University
MS, Cornell University
MD, Hofstra/Northwell School of Medicine
Garden City, NY

What excites you about GW?

I am incredibly excited to be working in a strong program which both promotes leadership and provides limitless possibilities for pursuing my passions both in and out of medicine. Even more so, the faculty and my co-residents are amazing physicians who foster a supportive, fun, familial, work hard, play hard mentality. GW EM folk are as dedicated to EM as they are to each other and that is the true mark of a great residency program. I can’t wait to see where GW takes me over the next four years personally and professionally.

What do you like about living in DC?

As a born and bred New Yorker, I always need to be near a major metropolitan area with great food, diverse neighborhoods, museums, and endless opportunities for its inhabitants. I am also someone deeply passionate about medicine, art, music, writing, fitness, and politics, so I immediately fell in love with DC. As a side bonus, DC is an incredibly welcoming city for LGBTQ people such as myself. I could not be more proud to call myself a new inhabitant of our capital.

Fun Facts:

I have a mild case of Marfan Syndrome and underwent lens replacements for my eyes at 14yo and open-heart surgery at 23yo. I am obsessed with weightlifting and bodybuilding and proudly identify as a gay man. I love to read, write, play the piano, and paint. I also ran for political office while in medical school and want to do so again as an attending physician.
 

Taylor Peter-Bibb

Taylor Peter-Bibb

BA, University of Colorado
MD, University of Hawaii
Kaneohe, HI

What excites you about GW?

Diversity of patients, volume/acuity, active in social justice discussions, access to health policy opportunities, the city of DC, and my co-residents/faculty!

What do you like about living in DC?

Great food! Very walkable city. Excited to do all the free cultural stuff (eg. Smithsonian's) once everything fully opens back up!

Fun Facts:
 

Kathryn Thompson

Kathryn Thompson

BS, University of Notre Dame
MD, University of Chicago
Leawood, KS

What excites you about GW?

I value GW's commitment to serving a clinically, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse patient population in a high-volume ED. Our residency program places a distinct emphasis on mentorship and critical care education that I believe will ground me as an emergency medicine physician. And I am really excited about the unparalleled opportunities to get involved in tactical and disaster medicine!

What do you like about living in DC?

I love that DC is a city where urban and outdoors meet, the incredible vantage point on the East coast, the history/culture/museums/art, and of course, the cicada emersion that happens every 17 years.

Fun Facts:
 

Samuel Winsten

Samuel Winsten

BS, Baylor University
MD, University of Texas-Galveston
Alamogordo, NM

What excites you about GW?

The opportunity to practice medicine in such a diverse city is an incredible privilege, and I am excited to contribute to the health and wellbeing of citizens of all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds.

What do you like about living in DC?

DC provides a lot of opportunities for exploration, enjoying the outdoors, and trying all kinds of delicious food.

Fun Facts:

I wrote an over 100-page paper about obstetric medical care in the Soviet Union, and I never will again.