U of L residents complete another successful match

U of L residents complete another successful match

Continues trend of near perfection in fellowship matches.
U of L residents complete another successful match

Several members of the of the U of L Internal Medicine Residency Program seeking fellowship appointments were matched successfully.


Many members of the University of Louisville Internal Medicine Residency Program seeking fellowship appointments following their graduation in 2014 were recently matched successfully, including four at U of L.

Over the past four years, 97% of the program's internal medicine residents have successfully matched into their choice of fellowship.

"Our residency training program is second to none," Dr. Jesse Roman, Chairman of the University of Louisville Department of Medicine said. "Our faculty and staff work daily to ensure that our residents receive outstanding training. In the end, however, the credit goes to the residents - we are very proud of them."

Those from The University of Louisville who matched for 2014-2015 include:

 

Doctor








Specialty








School



















Thorsten Leucker








Cardiology








Johns Hopkins University



















Nirmanmoh Bhatia








Cardiology







Vanderbilt University



















Robin Singh








Cardiology







University of South Florida



















Luisa Franco








Nephrology








The University of Louisville



















Sambhavi Krishnamoorthy








Nephrology







Washington University



















Michael Scott








Pulmonary/Critical Care








Northwestern University



















Gregory Pfister








Pulmonary/Critical Care







The University of Louisville



















Matthew Woodford








Pulmonary/Critical Care







Thomas Jefferson University



















Ami Joglekar








Rheumatology








Vanderbilt University



















Tarsheen Sethi








Oncology/Hematology








Vanderbilt University



















Jonathan Obert








Gastroenterology








The University of Louisville



















Leslie Beavin








Infectious Diseases








The University of Louisville



















Sheri Montandan








Allergy








University of Pittsburgh



















Stephen Dinetz








Allergy








Medical College of Georgia
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