Our fellows are a core part of our division, and a big part of the reason that we love the work we do.
Learn more about fellowship program logistics (including the application process) here: http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/anesthesiology-residency/fellowships/ccm.html
Katelyn is originally from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. After moving to the US, she attended the University of Texas at Austin for her undergrad degree majoring in Human Biology with a minor in French language and literature. From there she spent nearly a year as an exchange student at L'Institut Catholique in Paris before going to medical school at St George's University School of Medicine. She completed a surgical internship at Nassau University Medical Center in Long Island, NY and then did her anesthesiology residency at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. She is looking forward to continuing her training at Penn in the fields of critical care medicine and adult cardiothoracic anesthesia. Her hobbies outside of medicine include soccer, travel, the arts, and she has recently taken up learning to sail since living in Boston.
Sofiane, also known as Sofi, will be a critical care and cardiac anesthesia fellow for the next two years. His academic interests include circulatory support resource optimization and residency echo education. Outside of the walls of the hospital, he enjoys new restaurant and brewery exploration, lowbrow television, and the vicissitudes of being a Philadelphia Eagles fan.
Jasmine received her medical doctorate from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. She is currently completing anesthesiology residency at University of Pennsylvania Hospital. She will continue her training in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.
Yangseon received her medical doctorate from the University of Vermont College of Medicine. She completed anesthesiology residency at University of Pennsylvania Hospital. She will continue her training in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.
Richard attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY and received a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering. After college, he joined the Volunteer Fire Department before returning to school to pursue medicine. He received his medical degree from Ross University, and initially matched in to General Surgery at Stony Brook University Hospital. After his second year of surgery, he changed his residency to Anesthesiology, and matched again at Stony Brook. Richard will continue his training in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He intends to complete his Critical Care Fellowship and continue training in Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship. Outside of medicine, Richard is a huge Disney fan, avid golfer, and loves watching hockey!
Michelle received her Doctor of Medicine from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed Anesthesiology residency at University of West Virginia. She will continue his training in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.