OUr Residents

In addition to the superb training you will receive in our program, we believe that our residents are the greatest strength of our program. We are fortunate to attract outstanding residents from around the country. We are large enough to have a distinct identity within each department, yet small enough to form close relationships with one another. This collegial environment makes the University of Michigan an outstanding environment in which to pursue your Med-Peds training.


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Mansoor Arain

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2008, University of California, Los Angeles
Medical School - M.D., 2012, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
About Me

I am interested in transitions of care, and am particularly interested in hematology/oncology. I am also strongly considering hospitalist medicine, and would ideally like to split my time between general medicine and general pediatrics services.

Why I Chose Michigan?

The academic and medical reputation of the Medicine and Pediatrics departments aside, I was drawn to UM because of the excellent teaching, supportive learning environment, and resident-centered approach that still prioritizes and promotes patient care. I also really liked the fact that Ann Arbor is a big city with a distinctively small city feel, and appreciated the balance between culture and nature.


Adam DuVall

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2006, University of Notre Dame
Medical School - M.D., 2012, Case Western Reserve University
Additional Degrees - M.P.H, Case Western Reserve University
About Me

I am originally from Michigan and returned after almost 10 years of living away. I am married and try to spend my time away from the hospital relaxing with my wife, friends, and dog. I also enjoy running and try to fit that in when I can. As a life-long Tigers baseball fan and longtime Notre Dame football fan, fall is my favorite time of the year. I always enjoy getting together with friends for a ball-game.

Why I Chose Michigan?

The people were what attracted me to the program. For being such an over-achieving group, everyone is so down to earth and easily approachable. It's always easy to find someone to spend time with outside of the hospital or a friend to talk to when the day didn't go so well. As a med/peds resident, the combination of quality adult and pediatrics hospital with the wonderful people was too good to pass up.


Jay Flynn

Undergraduate Degree - BScEcon., 2001, Centre College
Medical School - M.D., 2012, University of Kentucky
About Me

I never thought about being a physician growing up but through life experiences I found out how much I enjoy the science and the art in medicine. This led me to change career paths so I could pursue something that I truly enjoyed doing. I am from Kentucky so one of my favorite things to do is watch UK basketball. In my free time, I also enjoy exercising, reading, and watching movies. In the future, I hope to practice primary care in a small town.

Why I Chose Michigan?

When I interviewed at UM, I was really impressed by the importance the program placed on the educational aspect of training. Moreover, there are very high expectations for each resident, which I felt made UM an ideal place to train. Ann Arbor is also are very unique town because it has a small town feel with the diversity and resources that can only be found in a large city.


Emily Graham

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2008, Ohio State University
Medical School - M.D., 2012, Ohio State University
About Me

I love medicine and pediatrics, but outside of the hospital I also love hiking, running, swimming, reading, traveling, or just spending quality time with friends and family. I'm interested in global health and working with underserved populations in the US.

Why I Chose Michigan?

The people here, the reputation of the program, and the excellent training and education UM offers.


Tim Kaselitz

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2007, Kalamazoo College
Medical School - M.D., 2012, University of Michigan
Additional Degrees - M.P.H, 2012, University of Michigan
About Me

I grew up in Grosse Pointe, MI (yes, like the movie) in a very large family—seven brothers and sisters! I met my lovely wife in at Kalamazoo College, and we moved to Ann Arbor so I could attend UM Medical School and she could study at the School of Social Work. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, skiing, and relaxing with my wife and dog. One of my primary career interests is working with poor and underserved populations. To that end, I took an extra year during medical school to pursue a Master’s in Public Health. I am not certain how these interests will shape my career path, but I am hoping something will come along and choose me!

Why I Chose Michigan?

As a Med-Peds applicant, I knew I wanted a well-balanced program that would allow me to develop rich, longstanding relationships and explore my clinical and research interests. Being a medical student here, I already knew that Michigan was an exceptional program filled with outstanding people, so I didn’t need to look very far! My wife and I are both from southeast Michigan, so it was a “no-brainer” when we asked ourselves where we wanted to be for the next for four years.


Kyle Pohl

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2008, Michigan State University
Medical School - M.D., 2012, Michigan State University
About Me

I am from a small farming community in mid-Michigan. I enjoy anything outdoors, especially kayaking, hiking and camping. Additionally, I like to do woodworking in my spare time. I have strong interests in PICU as well as rural and wilderness medicine.

Why I Chose Michigan?

UM offers a terrific learning environment as a tertiary referral center. Mott Children's Hospital is known as one of the top children's hospitals in the US and has state of the art technology and research. Additionally, UM offers the opportunity for working with underserved populations both locally and abroad.


Stephanie Royer

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., University of Michigan 2008
Medical School - M.D., University of Michigan 2012
About Me

I grew up in Michigan and I've been in Ann Arbor for the last 8 years. When I'm not working, I love to run, play tennis, bake, and read. I'm not quite sure exactly what I want to do for my career right now, but definitely something that keeps me in academic medicine.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I applied really broadly for residency but Michigan ended up being the place I loved the most! The people are great, the program is really strong regardless of what your future career goals are, and Ann Arbor is a really fun city to live in.


Jeff Weatherhead

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2003, Aquinas College
Medical School - M.D., 2012, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
About Me

I am really into outdoor activities such as bow-hunting, skiing of all kinds - water, downhill and cross-country, mountain biking and kayaking. I also enjoy pontoon rides and a good IPA.

Why I Chose Michigan?

One of the main reasons I stayed in Michigan for residency is that I could still keep up with all of my hobbies while training! I was absolutely sold on U of M when I met all of the residents and could see how much fun they have together.


Adrienne Carey

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2009, University of Utah
Medical School - M.D., 2013, University of Utah
About Me

I grew up in the mountains of Salt Lake City, Utah where I became a sports junky at an early age. I played basketball and soccer in high school, and I attended the University of Utah for my undergraduate where I studied biochemistry. I studied abroad in Russia and also took lots of art history classes. I stuck around Utah for medical school where I found my passion for pediatrics in rural Ghana. I love anything to do with the outdoors, including hiking and skiing. I have a cat named Po, and I am getting married in May.

Why I Chose Michigan?

Since traveling to Michigan in 2008 to watch my Utah Utes defeat the Wolverines 25-23 in the Big House, I fell in love with Ann Arbor. It was great to be back in the city for my interview, and my experience at the hospital was fabulous. I left my interview day feeling excited at the prospect of spending the next four years at the University of Michigan. The residents were warm and welcoming, and I felt comfortable with those that interviewed me. The facilities are state of the art and brand new. I can't wait to start!

Benjamin Hale

Undergraduate Degree - B.S. Civil Engineering, 2007, University of Colorado Boulder
Medical School - M.D., 2013, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Additional Degrees - M.S., Bioengineering, 2009, Colorado State University
About Me

I grew up in Loveland, a town on the front range of Colorado. Before medical school I went to college in Boulder, studying civil engineering, and then graduate school at Colorado State University in Fort Collins studying bioengineering. I knew I wanted to be a pediatrician because of my experiences working with kids at a summer camp in the Colorado foothills. Outside of medicine I enjoy spending time with my wife and two dogs (a golden retriever and a Jack Russell terrier), and enjoy flying small airplanes as a private pilot.

Why I Chose Michigan?

The amazing hospitals, residents, and world class education in a beautiful college town with a vibrant community!

Kathryn (Kate) Levy

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., Biology, University of Rochester, 2008
Medical School - M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2013
About Me

I grew up in Rochester, NY and stayed there for undergrad. Then headed to Philadelphia where I worked for a year in the Philadelphia HealthCorps before starting medical school. When I'm not at the hospital, I can be found running, playing soccer, cooking, or hanging out with friends and family.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I picked Michigan for a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency because of the awesome, well integrated program. I'm unsure if I'll do primary care or specialize but knew I would get great exposure to both along with pursuing my other interests of public health and medical education. And being from Rochester, I knew I could handle the weather!

Jackie Madison

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2009, Yale University
Medical School - M.D., 2013, University of Michigan
About Me

I grew up in Michigan, then headed east to study Biology and Anthropology at Yale. I excitedly returned to the Great Lake state for medical school! I chose to enter Med-Peds because I am attracted to a model of continuity of care in chronic disease. Outside of school, I most enjoy playing sports, especially soccer. I also love dance, skiing, squash (the sport not the vegetable), the outdoors, Halloween costumes, traveling, and ice cream.

Why I Chose Michigan?

Having gone to medical school here, I knew that I would get great training in both medicine and pediatrics, gain in-depth exposure to general through subspecialty care patients, work alongside awesome residents who are passionate and fun, and live in Ann Arbor--a great town. This is a place where people are enthusiastic about their work and their life outside of medicine.

Claire Northway

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2009, University of Notre Dame
Medical School - M.D., 2013, University of Michigan
About Me

I grew up in Northern Minnesota, love spending time on the lake, and will never be able to cheer for Michigan football.

Why I Chose Michigan?

Happy people, nice town, didn't want to leave!

Will Rearick

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2008, University of North Carolina
Medical School - M.D., 2013, University of North Carolina
Additional Degrees - MPH, 2012, University of North Carolina
About Me

I grew up in North Carolina and stayed close to home for undergrad and medical school at UNC. I did take a brief jaunt into South America to study aquatic ecology and soccer, as well as a year away from medical school to get an M.P.H. during which I primarily studied cancer screening. Outside of medicine, I enjoy playing soccer and golf, and I love backpacking, skiing, and canoeing/kayaking. I'm looking forward to exploring Michigan, though I'm a little nervous about my first real winter!

Why I Chose Michigan?

U of M has an outstanding Med-Peds program. I hope to get balanced training in both disciplines. I'm not sure yet what I want to do long-term, and I wanted to be at a program that had strengths in many fields and settings. It didn't hurt that Ann Arbor is a really fun city with easy access to the outdoors! Most importantly, I was struck during my interview by how friendly and welcoming everyone was. I've had a great time thus far getting to know all of my co-interns!

Karina Whelan

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2008, Amherst College
Medical School - M.D., 2013, University of North Carolina
About Me

I was born and raised in Mumbai, India, and did my undergrad in neuroscience at Amherst College. I spent a year working on first-aid education and disaster preparedness with an ambulance service in Mumbai, after which I joined the UNC School of Medicine. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, baking bread, singing in choirs, spending time with my husband, Andrew and playing with our dog, Spirit. I am still undecided about my plans after residency, but I have an interest in hospitalist medicine in underserved areas and quality improvement measures.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I wanted a residency program with a strong Med-Peds identity, which also integrated well with the categorical programs. I value Michigan's emphasis on providing care for underserved populations and the opportunity work at a VA hospital. Most of all, I felt a strong connection with the residents I met during my interview, and I am excited to work here and get to know Ann Arbor better this year.

Megan Wilde

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2009, University of Utah
Medical School - M.D., 2013, University of Utah
About Me

I was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. I completed my undergraduate degree in Art History and loved learning about different cultures through their art. I love to travel, go to the farmers market, curl up with a good book, go to art museums (shocking I know!) and hang out with friends. In the future, I am interested in either hospitalist medicine, or adult congenital cardiology, but I like it all!

Why I Chose Michigan?

I was initially drawn to the University of Michigan because of their reputation for strong clinical training in both internal medicine and pediatrics. Then my interview day sold me! I could see myself working with everybody I met and enjoyed the energy of Ann Arbor.


Sami A. El-Dalati

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2009, Swarthmore College
Medical School - M.D., 2014, Ohio State University


About Me

I was born in San Francisco and grew up just outside of Cleveland. I received a degree in history from Swarthmore College and went to medical school at The Ohio State University (Go Bucks!). I'm a big sports fan, especially when it comes to hockey and football and I have the unique misfortune of being both a Cleveland Browns and Toronto Maple Leafs fan.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I chose Michigan for a variety of reasons. Coming from another medical center I learned of the high caliber of the programs at U of M. That drew me to apply and when I interviewed I had a great experience and met several people I knew I would enjoy working with. In addition, I met several fellows at my medical school's hospital that had done their residencies at U of M and they spoke very highly of their time there. Finally, the larger size of the program and the proximity to my family in Cleveland clinched it for me.

Nicholas J. Helmstetter

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2010, Kalamazoo College
Medical School - M.D., 2014, Wayne State University
About Me

I'm a Michigan native since early childhood, growing up in a small town outside Flint, called Flushing. I attended college on the west side of the state at Kalamazoo College where I studied biology and played football. I graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. When not in the hospital, I enjoy spending time with friends and family in the area, exercising, reading, hanging out with my dog and catching up on movies.

Why I Chose Michigan?

U of M is unique in that it has a strong pediatrics and internal medicine program, nationally. Also, it maintains that Midwestern charm that you can't find elsewhere. It's also a large referral center; so on top of the community bread and butter, challenging patients are routinely flown in by helicopter. Furthermore, Ann Arbor is a great city for a multitude of reasons; from parks, schools, culture, sports, you name it! The bottom line was that the residents I met during my visit were the best and most friendly. I knew I had to come here.

Elizabeth jahns

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2002, Tulane University
Medical School - M.D., 2014, University of Wisconsin
About Me

Originally from Cincinnati, OH, I've lived in New Orleans, St. Louis, Madison, WI, Madrid, Long Island, and traveled to a variety of other cities when I worked as an IT project manager before going to medical school. I have three young children with whom I like to spend a lot of my time outside of work, but that often includes inviting friends over and hanging out in my backyard. When my husband and I get some time to ourselves, we love to travel. We got married in Belize, hiked to Machu Picchu, and toured around Costa Rica and Switzerland together. I've also been to China, India, Israel, Europe, and Central and South America both for work and for fun. I was always a big sports nut, but tore my ACL playing indoor soccer and mostly watch these days unless I can find a casual volleyball or softball game.

Why I Chose Michigan?

As a med-peds applicant, I was looking for a highly respected program strong in both medicine and pediatrics. Having a first rate medical school associated with our program ensures that we have energetic, knowledgeable students to work with, and gives us the opportunity to be a part of their education which I'm really looking forward to. Ultimately, though, the residents that I met during my interview are what sold the program. They were all super friendly, and everybody seemed laid back with a great sense of humor. Because I moved with my family, we also considered the city quite a bit in our decision. You simply can't beat Ann Arbor as far as beauty, easy transit, great summertime (and wintertime) activities, an awesome sports atmosphere, and great nightlife all of which are extremely accessible.

Madeline Mahowald

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2006, St. John's College
Medical School - M.D., 2014, Brown University
About Me

I grew up in Minnesota and then studied the classics at St. John's College in New Mexico. After graduation, I moved to North Carolina to work with teenagers in wilderness therapy. I took my premed classes at Bryn Mawr College, PA during a postbac year, and then went to Brown for medical school. I love being outside, and I plan to spend any free time I have running, cycling, paddling, hiking, and playing ultimate frisbee.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I was so impressed with the residents I met on my interview day - they were the sort of bright, motivated, hardworking, compassionate, and fun people with whom I wanted to work.

Marie A. Pfarr

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2010, Austin College
Medical School - M.D., 2014, Texas Tech University
About Me

Howdy y'all~ I'm Marie. I'm from Lubbock, Texas, where I attended Texas Tech University SOM. I grew up in Texas since I was seven. Before then, I was in Paris. Yes, Paris, France, not Paris, Texas. My first language was French, and I continue to speak it fluently. I chose Med-Peds because it combined two of my favorite fields. I'm very excited to begin on this career path, especially as a Michigan Wolverine! A little more about me: I love to run half-marathons, explore new restaurants, drink coffee, and I adopted a terrier mix, Willis, about a year ago. Willis has been a great buddy, especially as I moved 1300 miles away from home.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I chose Michigan because I loved my interview day. The residents were so friendly, and I instantly fell in love with Ann Arbor. Being a Texas native, I wanted to try something new! I'm so excited to be here, and I can't wait to see what the next four years has to offer :)

Angelico n. A. Razon

Undergraduate Degree - B.a., 2008, Harvard College
Medical School - M.D., 2014, University of California, Los Angeles
Additional Degrees - MPH, 2013, Harvard School of Public Health
About Me

I was born and raised in sunny southern California. After high school, I went to Harvard for college where I majored in biochemical sciences. After a year of working in nonprofit management serving low-income children and youth in the Greater Boston Area, I returned to Los Angeles for medical school. Between my third and fourth years of medical school, I went back to Boston for public health training. My interests include improving health systems for underserved communities, especially around chronic disease. When I get a chance, I love to cook, garden, dance, run, dance, and listen to jazz.

Why I Chose Michigan?

The Michigan Difference! I have been so impressed by the institutional and individual commitment to patient experience and system improvement.

Jennifer K. Taylor

Undergraduate Degree - B.a., 2009, Northwestern University
Medical School - M.D., 2014, University ofMichigan
About Me

I was born and raised in Mequon, Wisconsin (so yeah, I'm basically Canadian, eh?). Growing up I spent a lot of time with my family; my parents, two brothers, and my parent's hands down favorite, our golden retriever Sunny. After high school I ventured to Evanston, IL, to study biology at Northwestern University. Despite an overwhelming public opinion that I should take my collegiate tennis career to a professional level, I decided to pursue a different passion and headed to Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan Medical School. It was during my M3 year that I realized that disliking one of my rotations just wasn't going to happen and that I wouldn't be able to utilize the process of elimination to decide my career. Given it's breadth of options and a strong desire to be like John Schmidt, I decided that a career in Medicine and Pediatrics was the route for me. During my limited free time I enjoy watching (and over-quoting) Friends reruns, and watching old Smoker videos and reliving my glory days (aka March 2014). I also spend a lot of time running excessive amounts, including participating in the Golden Gate Relay and the Traverse City Marathon this past spring. I can't wait to see what these next four years of Med-Peds Residency have in store for me!

Why I Chose Michigan?

From my interview day here as a pre-med, I fell in love with the faculty, the philosophy, and the family of Michigan. Along the residency interview trail, I couldn't find anything that surpassed the experience offered here at U of M.

Samuel R. Wilson

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2010, Northwestern University
Medical School - M.D., 2014, University of Michigan
About Me

I was born in Ottawa, Canada, and grew up in Naperville, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. I completed my undergraduate education at Northwestern University, and migrated to Ann Arbor for medical school. I decided to do Medicine-Pediatrics because you can follow patients with chronic conditions over their lifespan. In my free time I enjoy running occasionally, reading, and hanging out with family and friends.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I really had a wonderful time in medical school and I'm excited to be back for another four years. University of Michigan has the most hardworking, passionate and engaged faculty, staff, residents and students. I'm glad that I had the opportunity to continue my training here and be a part of the Michigan family.


BarrettJulie Barrett

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2008, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Undergraduate Degree - M.P.H., 2011, George Washington University
Medical School - M.D., 2015, East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine


About Me

I was born and raised in beautiful Pinehurst, North Carolina. At UNC, I majored in International Studies and studied abroad in Argentina. After graduating, I lived in Davis, California for a year, where I worked for a farm-to-school program, teaching gardening/cooking classes in public schools. I then moved to Washington, DC for my MPH in Community-Oriented Primary Care before starting medical school. My passions lie in primary care, prevention, and nutrition, but I love many parts of medicine! In my free time, you will find me adventuring outside (hiking, running, biking), spending time with my family/friends/cats, traveling, gardening, singing along to musicals, and learning new languages.

Why I Chose Michigan?

It was an intuitive decision for me - it just felt right on my interview day. Hands-down the friendliest residents I met, coupled with an outstanding academic medical center in a really great place! I can now tell you that what I perceived on my interview day was true: UM is a wonderfully supportive environment. From the residents to attendings to staff, everyone is so nice and helpful. Residency is hard no matter where you train, so it's important to be around fun and interesting people!

HolzemerNicholas Holzemer

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2011, University of Notre Dame
Medical School - M.D., 2015, University of Minnesota Medical School


About Me

I grew up in Hastings, MN, a smallish town outside St. Paul. I went to Notre Dame for college where I majored in Biology and History. I then returned to Minnesota, as all good Minnesotans do, for medical school in Minneapolis. I then brought my amazing fiance, Jena, with me to Ann Arbor who is finishing her PhD and will be starting a post-doc here next year. I enjoy biking, skiing, golfing, and hosting friends for dinner and good beer (preferably something on the grill) all of which fit in great in Ann Arbor (well minus the skiing, but the mountains are only a plane ride away). We are also enjoying the countless restaurants to explore in Ann Arbor, floating on the Huron, and exploring the arb.

Why I Chose Michigan?

I got a very strong sense of family when I interviewed at U of M, starting from having one of the residents host me in their own home. This has carried through since starting intern year. You are never alone here, you always have plenty of people to go with questions and for support and we have a very close class. There is also a central focus on teaching by the attendings, fellows, and senior residents.

JacobsonEmily Jacobson

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2011, Hamline University
Medical School - M.D., 2015, Dartmouth University Geisel School of Medicine


About Me

I was born and raised in Rochester, Minnesota. For college, I went to Hamline, a small liberal arts college in the Twin Cities. Throughout my childhood and through college, I was very involved in sports with basketball and soccer my favorites. After college, I decided to head out East for medical school at Dartmouth. While there, I loved spending time hiking, kayaking, running, and other outdoor activities.

Why I Chose Michigan?

Michigan was a great fit for me for several reasons. A major factor was location. Being closer to family and friends was very important. Additionally, I loved the size of Ann Arbor and all the activities, events, restaurants, etc. Finally, I chose Michigan also for the opportunity to train at a large academic center with amazing, friendly, and great people.

klukMark Kluk

Undergraduate Degree - B.a., 2010, Albion College
Medical School - M.D., M.P.H., 2015, University of Michigan Medical School


About Me

Hi! From the beautiful Michigan landscape to the friendly people to the Tim Allen-voiced radio commercials, I love Michigan and that's probably part of the reason I decided to stay here after med school. I grew up in Jackson, MI with my younger sister and too many pets to mention. I then went to Albion College for undergrad, where I majored in Botany and Zoology and spent a lot of my free time in an a cappella group and perfecting my Batman and Ron Burgundy impressions. After a lot of deliberation, I found myself unable to stray from the charms of Michigan and headed down I-94 East to the University of Michigan Medical School. I took a brief hiatus to get a Masters in Public Health, also from U of M, and do some traveling, but I applied to Med-Peds programs, and, yup, you guessed it, now I'm a lifer-in-the-making!

Why I Chose Michigan?

I'm also here because I feel that the collaborative spirit and incredible people here will best prepare me for my future career in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. At least for now, I'm interested in becoming a Med-Peds hospitalist and also plan to be involved in global health work as well. I'm not sure what the future holds, but I'm happy to at least know that for the next four years, I'll be here!

LustHannah Lust

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2010, Brandeis University
Medical School - M.D., 2015, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center


About Me

I was born in New Orleans (go Saints!), but I was raised in Dallas, Texas. I went to Brandeis University outside of Boston for undergrad, then returned home to attend UT Southwestern for medical school. I love to bake and cook and explore new restaurants. I also like to spend time outdoors - Michigan summers are amazing! Perfect for running and playing golf.

Why I Chose Michigan?

It was so easy to get along with the residents I met on my interview day. I also knew that I would be surrounded by brilliant colleagues, and I was happy to find that everyone is also very down-to-earth. The med-peds residents seemed to be seamlessly integrated on both sides, which was encouraging to me. U of M is such an exciting place to be, and I've loved exploring Ann Arbor!

McAleenanKayla Mcaleenan

Undergraduate Degree - B.A., 2011, Albion College
Medical School - M.D., 2015, University of Michigan Medical School


About Me

I am a Michigan native who was born in the Detroit area, went to Albion College, and headed to Ann Arbor for medical school. My husband and I love "The Mitten", and one of our favorite things is exploring Northern Michigan. We also love cooking, running, taking our dog on walk, exploring new restaurants, and spending time with our families.

Why I Chose Michigan?

It all came down to the residents and the support that I felt from the faculty and staff in the program. I knew that my professional and personal goals would be supported and encouraged at U of M. It doesn't hurt that I also love Ann Arbor!

MurphyAnne Murphy

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2011, University of Michigan
Medical School - M.D., 2015, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine


About Me

I went to University of Michigan School of Kinesiology for college and University of Cincinnati for medical school. I am excited about obesity and exercise research. On my days off I can be found running (more like jogging), baking (more like eating), and watching Netflix (exactly what it sounds like). I really enjoy the outdoors and have had fun discovering new trails and parks in the Ann Arbor area since moving back. I am uncertain of my exact career goals but I will likely end up working inpatient with both medicine and pediatric population in some capacity.

Why I Chose Michigan?

The variety of career options that are available to a resident from the University of Michigan are what drew me here. Also, the residents here are a really intelligent, fun and social group!

WummelJessica Wummel

Undergraduate Degree - B.S., 2011, Michigan State University Lyman Briggs College
Medical School - M.D., 2015, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine


About Me

I was born and raised in Michigan and so happy I'm still here! I received my undergraduate degree from Michigan State University in Human Biology with a specialization in Bioethics, Humanities and Society. I decided to stay at MSU for my medical degree at the College of Human Medicine. So suffice it to say, Go Green! Outside of medicine, I love to cook and experiment in the kitchen, read basically anything, and have recently gotten into DIY (but mostly through watching HGTV). In my future career I am interested in intensive care for both children and adults or Med/Peds hospitalist. But part of the beauty of Med/Peds is that it offers so many different career options so I'm staying open to any possibility.

Why I Chose Michigan?

While my athletic allegiance may always stay with the Spartans, the University of Michigan offered so many opportunities for medical careers that I couldn't say no! During my interview day, I was blown away by..well..everything! The residents I met at the dinner were down to earth, very helpful, and super fun! I had the most interesting and comfortable conversations with faculty at this interview and I could tell that working here would be very collegial and highly educational. It truly felt like I was already part of the family. I couldn't wait to officially begin my medical career at University of Michigan!