Fall 2019 Fellows Yearbook

Sarah Haley Sarah Haley is a second year pediatric resident at Children’s National in the Leadership in Advocacy, the Underserved, and Community Health (LAUnCH) track. Her REACH research project will focus on food insecurity in the outpatient setting. She completed medical school at Baylor College of Medicine with additional completion of the Care of the Underserved Track and Ethics Track curricula. She graduated summa cum laude from Loyola University Maryland with double interdisciplinary majors in Philosophy/Classics and Biology/Chemistry. She grew up with a younger brother, Nick, and had two parents in the Navy. She spent 6 years in Spain as a child. She is engaged to Dr. Andrew Gross, also in residency for ophthalmology.

Puya Jafari Puya Jafari is 3rd year internal medicine/primary care resident at GW. Prior to medical school, he served two years as an Americorps volunteer in DC. During his first year, he worked at a substance abuse program. He was also a health educator at Unity Healthcare, a federally qualified health center in DC. After graduation, he plans to pursue a career in primary care at a federally qualified health center in our community. His professional interests include health disparities, substance use, street medicine, and homelessness. Rose Kline Rose is currently a fourth-year medical student at GW in the Community and Urban Health Track. She received her B.A in Biology and History from the University of Pennsylvania in 2014. Her interest in health policy started with a research fellowship at the Icahn School of Medicine department of Emergency Medicine where she helped develop a proposal for a Center for Medicare/Medicaid Innovation Award in which ambulances would take lower acuity cases to sites other than the emergency room. After college she worked at The Commonwealth Fund in New York City as a Program Associate on the Delivery System

Reform Team. She is planning on pursuing a residency in Psychiatry.

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