Spring 2019 Fellows Yearbook

Marc Delaney

Marc is a 2nd year pediatric resident at children’s national medical center. He attended St. Lawrence University for undergraduate studies. He attended Stony Brook University SOM on Long Island, NY with a scholarly concentration in humanities after studying the social determinants of health in rural indigenous populations in Panama. He is interested in global public health issues of access/delivery of care, insurance reimbursement systems, and social determinants of health. He also has interest in the utility of diagnostic point of care ultrasound in low resource global health clinics. He plans on completing a pediatric cardiology fellowship after residency. Danielle Grams Engskow is an internal medicine resident in the primary care track at George Washington University Hospital. She is originally from Florida where she completed her Bachelor of Science and Medical Degree from the University of South Florida. Her interests include global health, prison health, HIV/AIDS, and improving care for underserved populations. After residency, she plans to remain in DC working in HIV primary care. Outside of medicine she enjoys rock climbing, hiking, travel, and cooking.

Danielle Grams Engskow

Dennis Espejo Dennis Espejo is a family medicine doctor in Washington, District of Columbia. He received his medical degree from University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and has been in practice for less than 3 years.

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