Spring 2016 Fellows Yearbook

Caitlin Biedron Primary Care, GW

Chris Cahill Pediatrics, Children’s National

Tina Chee Internal Medicine, GW

Caitlin Biedron is originally from Chelsea, MI and earned her medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, MI, where she was involved in research focused on antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic stewardship at the Detroit Medical Center. Prior to medical school, she received a Master of Science degree in Population & International Health with a concentration in infectious disease epidemiology from Harvard School of Public Health. She then worked in Kigali, Rwanda with the CDC-Rwanda Global AIDS Program as a Monitoring & Evaluation Fellow. Caitlin is currently an internal medicine resident (PGY-2) in the Primary Care program at George Washington University. She is interested in health care reform as it relates to primary care, preventive medicine, and health disparities. Additionally, she is interested in health policy efforts related to antimicrobial resistance, antibiotic stewardship, and emerging infectious diseases.

I'm originally from Stockton, California. I'm the son of two doctors who went through their training before duty hours and started their post-residency careers shortly after the 'malpractice crisis'. I went to medical school in Vermont where we listened to Bernie Sanders discuss single payer healthcare and saw debates surrounding the 'philosophical exemption' to vaccines. I'm currently a third year pediatrics resident at Children's National Medical Center with an interest in hospitalist medicine. Health policy shaped the careers of my parents and certainly is already changing my future practice environment. I'm hoping to take away skills that will allow me to advocate for my coworkers and for my patients more effectively, and knowledge of our current healthcare setting.

Tina Chee is currently a second year GW internal medicine resident originally from NYC. Prior to GW, she attended Sophie Davis/ NYU medical school with a dual degree Masters of Public Administration in Health Policy & Management from NYU Wagner. During medical school, she worked with the NYC HHC Accountable Care Organization as a health policy and data analyst intern as well as with community organizations in developing health assessments and action plans. Tina is interested in working in primary care and being more involved in health care delivery and payment innovations, population health, and health disparities.

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