Fall 2019 Fellows Yearbook
at The University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. Since then, he has been in residency at George Washington University Hospital in radiology. While in high school and again in college, Zain worked as an intern for the U.S. House of Representatives and then the U.S. Senate. As a resident, he has participated in lobbying on behalf of the American College of Radiology on Capitol Hill and has attended national meetings (Radiologic Society of North America) as part of a leadership/research program as well as presented research at national meetings (American Roentgen Ray Society). He will be specializing in musculoskeletal radiology for fellowship training.
Carl Quesnell Carl is a third year psychiatry resident at George Washington University. He was born and raised on army bases which means I got to move around a lot. Carl’s dad retired in Northern Virginia when he was 12 years old, so he calls Northern Virginia his home. Carl attended Virginia Tech for undergrad and Drexel for grad school and medical school. Part of the reason he picked George Washington was to give back to the area he calls home. Following residency, he plans to pursue a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Jade Sanders Jade Sanders is a current 2nd year Pediatric Resident at Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC. A California native, she graduated from Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science / UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine Medical Education Program and obtained a Master’s of Public Health in Child & Adolescent Health from Johns Hopkins University. She aspires to be a general pediatrician in an urban underserved community in addition to working within academia as a clinician educator. Sarah Schlatterer Sarah is a board-certified child neurologist who is currently subspecializing as a fetal and neonatal neurology fellow at the Division of Fetal and Transitional Medicine at Children’s National Health System. Her unique training at the intersection of maternal-child health and pediatrics has cultivated her passion for eliminating health disparities for women and for children with disabilities. Through the GW RFHP, she hopes to gain a better understanding of U.S. health policy and make connections with others who are interested in making an impact in the
fields of maternal-child health and reproductive rights.
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