Spring 2019 Fellows Yearbook
Amit Jhaveri is a current fourth-year medical student at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo. He is originally from Massena, NY and completed his undergraduate studies in Biology and Religion at the University of Rochester. While in medical school, he had the opportunity to spend a year in a laboratory as a Stanley Sarnoff Research Fellow studying the mechanisms of vascular calcification. He is interested in preventive healthcare ranging from the basic sciences to public policy, particularly in rural populations.
Kelly is a current third year psychiatry resident at the George Washington University. She went to undergraduate school at George Mason University where she received a B.S. in Psychology. She completed medical school at the George Washington University, during which time she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and completed research regarding food insecurity in individuals with chronic mental illness. As a PGY-II resident, she received the first Residency Professionalism Award given by the psychiatry department. She has a special interest in therapy and is currently completing the Psychoanalytic Fellowship at the Washington- Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis. Karan Kochhar was born and raised in Edison, New Jersey He went to undergraduate school at Rutgers University where he completed his BA. He continued his education and attended medical school at the American University of Antigua. He spent 2 years in Antigua followed by clinical rotations in Baltimore, Brooklyn and Staten Island. He is currently a proud resident of the George Washington University Internal Medicine-Primary care program. Outside of goals of becoming a well rounded primary care physician he enjoys cooking and traveling.
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