Spring 2019 Fellows Yearbook
Matt Cichocki is a second-year resident in George Washington's Internal Medicine department. He grew up in New Jersey, attended Case Western Reserve University for undergrad and Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson for medical school. He has a particular interest in improving policy to address the health inequity that faces vulnerable and underserved populations. He hopes to pursue hospitalist medicine.
Soshana Clerizier is a PGY4 anesthesiology resident at The University of North Carolina. She went to The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences for her medical degree and she is excited to come back for the Residency Fellowship in Health Policy at The Milken School of Public Health. The RFHP course is important to her because she plans on starting a career in the Washington DC area related to health policy.
Sarah is a second year pediatric resident at Children’s National Medical Center and a part of their Leadership in Advocacy, the Underserved and Community Health (LAUnCH) Track. She is an active member of the DC American Academy of Pediatrics and coordinates a Public Health and Advocacy conference series for residents at Children’s National. Prior to medical school she taught high school science on the southwest side of Chicago.
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