June 24, 2014
At the end of June, we bid farewell to the fellows and residents graduating from our training programs. We wish them much success and happiness in their next steps. Here’s where the Class of 2014 is headed:
Family Planning: Erin Berry-Bibee, MD, will join the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Maternal-Fetal Medicine: Erin Burnett, MD, will become a faculty member in the University of Florida’s Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Pelvic Surgery: Sara Rizk, MD, will join our faculty as an assistant professor in the general ob/gyn division.
Pelvic Surgery: Anita Tamirisa, DO, will join our faculty as an assistant professor in the general ob/gyn division.
Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility: Jennifer Kawwass, MD, will join our faculty as assistant professor in the reproductive endocrinology & infertility division.
Juan Alvarez, MD, will pursue a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology & infertility at the David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles.
Allison Lange, MD, will enter private practice at Andover OB/GYN in Andover, Massachusetts.
Saira Mir, MD, will enter private practice at Kaiser Permanente, Washington Hospital Center, in Washington, DC.
Kristin Paccione, MD, will enter private practice at Kaiser Permanente, Holy Cross Hospital, in Silver Springs, Maryland.
Rachel Paccione, MD, will enter private practice at Comprehensive Women’s Healthcare Associates in Atlanta, Georgia.
Katherine Shields, MD, MPH, will enter private practice at Roswell OB/GYN in Alpharetta, Georgia.
Kathleen Sullivan, MD, will enter private practice at Atlanta Women’s Healthcare Specialists LLC in Atlanta, Georgia.
Angel Rafael Temponi Zabala, MD, will enter private practice at Sunset Community Health Center in Yuma, Arizona.