Fellowship Core Faculty
Kyle was born in Boston, Massachusetts, son of two adventurous immigrants from the West of Ireland, who moved to New England in their 20s. He was the first in his family to attend University and graduated from Harvard College with a concentration in Human Developmental & Regenerative Biology, with a minor field in Music. Continued research at Schepens Eye Research Institute in Boston while applying to medical school, ultimately enrolling in New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York. He felt most at home in clinic, and enjoyed being a part of the educational process with Residents and other Medical Students. Committed to a career in Academic Family Medicine. Matched into Family Medicine at Chestnut Hill Hospital, a wonderful community hospital in Northwest Philadelphia where he first met his future lifelong mentors. He continued his interests in Point of Care Ultrasound from Medical School through Residency. He was granted the privilege to join Penn's Point of Care Ultrasound Fellowship. He is following in the lineage of some brilliant Family Medicine Ultrasound Fellows. He is eager to leave his mark on the field and expand it for Medical Students, Residents and Faculty for years to come.
Erin Hassel, MD grew up in Lancaster, PA. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Lehigh University. During her freshman year she became a certified EMT and volunteered with both on campus and local ambulance corps for 3 years. She attended Drexel University College of Medicine where she completed a dual MD/MPH program with a focus on community health and disease prevention. She completed her Emergency Medicine residency training at the University of Pennsylvania.
She is excited to be staying on at Penn as an Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellow and instructor. Her academic interests are community medicine, critical care and point of care ultrasound.
Originally from New York and I completed my undergraduate degree at Princeton University. After college, I spent a year working at a federally qualified health center on the West Side of Chicago, which inspired me to pursue a career in family medicine. I then attended medical school at Weill Cornell Medical College, and will complete my family medicine residency at Jefferson in June 2023. I want to work with underserved patients in under-resourced settings and hope that I will be able to use point-of-care ultrasound to provide a better bedside diagnostic and therapeutic experience to my future patients. In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, exploring new places, completing all sorts of hands-on projects, and simply spending time with my friends and family.
Anne is from Atlanta, GA. She went to Lewis Katz School of Medicine (Temple) for medical school and stayed for Internal Medicine residency. Her favorite thing about Philly is exploring the different neighborhoods in the city. She loves going on long walks with her family, which consists of her husband, one year old, and dog named Dumpling!