2016 Fall Fellows Yearbook

appropriate for telemedicine- based care. As a future primary care physician, she hopes to utilize her background in health policy to advocate for health equity and access to care for all.

and social justice and hope to combine these passions into any future career.

Katrina Gipson George Washington Emergency Medicine

Alyssa Goldberg Children’s National Pediatrics

Taha Haque Ft. Belvoir Family Medicine

My name is Alyssa Goldberg, I am a second year pediatrics resident at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. I am in the community health track with a interest in global, refugee and immigrant health, child advocacy projects and plan on pursuing a career in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition.

Dr. Taha Haque was born and raised in New Jersey. He received his bachelor’s degree from Lehigh University and then attended the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine where he obtained his doctorate. He is currently a third year family medicine resident at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. He attended medical school on a military scholarship and is currently a Captain in the Army. His professional interests are health care administration and the overlay of health policy as it pertains to the military healthcare system. His future interests are to engage in medical diplomacy missions through the military.

Monika Karazaja

Betsy Kidder

Marc Mendelsohn

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