Fall 2019 Fellows Yearbook
Elizabeth (Liza) Ebbets Elizabeth (Liza) is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She earned a B.S. with a major in neuroscience and a minor in Spanish from the Juniata College. Throughout college and medical school, she served in various leadership roles, including the President of the Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society and the Vice President of the Psychiatry Club. She also did an acting internship at the Northern Virginia Mental Health Institute. Javad John Fatollahi John was born and raised in Southern California and completed his B.S. in Biological Sciences at the University of California Merced. He came to Washington, DC for medical school and graduated from the George Washington University School of Medicine in 2017. In medical school, he was the recipient of the Jerry M. Wiener Award in Psychiatry. John has a strong interest in research and academia, and have collaborated with various GW psychiatry residents and faculty members on multiple projects. He has an interest in Addiction Psychiatry and plan on pursuing a fellowship after residency.
Danielle Gladstone Danielle Gladstone is a 2nd year Pediatric Resident in the Community Health Track (CHT) at Children's National Medical Center in DC. She has an interest in Immigrant Health and Global Health, and intends to pursue a career that integrates both sectors. She currently sees patients at her continuity clinic in Adams Morgan, which serves a large Latino immigrant population. Previously, she participated in research in Argentina, Ecuador, Chile and at WHO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. She grew up in Seattle, WA and West Hartford, CT, and attended Middlebury College and then Stony Brook University School of Medicine before moving to Washington, DC for residency.
Geoffrey Guenther Geoffrey grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut. After his undergraduate studies at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York he served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Benin, West Africa for two years. Geoffrey’s role was a community health educator, focusing on malaria, infant and child nutrition, and reproductive health. He attended Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana for medical school and while there also received a master’s degree in public health and clinical tropical medicine. Geoffrey is currently in the second year of pediatric residency training at
Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC.
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