Spring 2016 Fellows Yearbook
Colleen Meehan Internal Medicine, GW
Darlinda Minor Psychiatry, GW
Kirstin Orloff Pediatrics, Children’s National
Dr. Colleen Meehan is currently a second-year pediatric Community Health Track resident at Children’s National Health System. She is originally from Atlanta, GA. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology from The University of Virginia in 2006. Following a short stint working as a swim instructor in Melbourne, Australia, she then went on to obtain a Master of University of California, Berkeley in 2009. Prior to medical school, Dr. Meehan worked as a ASPH/CDC fellow at the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Immunization Services Division where she helped to develop a school- located vaccination guidance document for use during the H1N1 influenza pandemic and researched factors affecting tetanus-containing vaccine coverage among teens. She then received her medical degree from Weill Cornell Medical School in 2014. Her current research focuses on expanding access to healthcare via home-based telemedicine. Public Health Degree in Infectious Diseases from
My name is Darlinda Minor. I'm originally from New Orleans, La. I attended medical school at SUNY Stony Brook in Long Island, NY.I am currently chief resident in the psychiatry residency program at GW.
I grew up in Connecticut and New Jersey, but feel most at home in Maine where most of my extended family lives. I moved up to New Hampshire to attend college and medical school at Dartmouth, where I nurtured my love for the outdoors. I am currently a second year pediatric resident at CNMC, in the Community Health Track. My community work and research in both medical school and residency has focused on nutrition, obesity and more recently on its connection with
food insecurity. I am very interested in public health policies governing food
quality/distribution particularly in areas of poverty (both urban and rural), and how I can make this a part of my career.
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