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What is your name?What is your email?What is your speciality?Is there any specific topic that you feel more comfortable mentoring? [Directed to allow you to focus your mentoring efforts, if you desire; ex. only speciality specific, only about children, etc]Is there anything that you feel your future mentees should know about you for a better mentoring fit? [Hobbies, unique family situation, communication methods that would be used [ex. only email convo, etc]]Student Sign-Up
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Farheen AmtulAmtul.Farheen@sluhn.orgNeurology - NeuromuscularSara HacheyStudent #2
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Cara Ruggeri cara.ruggeri@sluhn.orgInternal medicine Internal medicine career planning, work life balance, marriage with non medical partner, having children in residencyrunning, cooking. We have my parents live with us to help with raising and watching children. husband is a teacher. Feel like at times my husband and my roles are "reversed" (from a traditional way of thinking). email, cell , in person is best!Dhanu ThiyagStudent #2
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Holly Stankewicz, D.O.holly.stankewicz@gmail.comEmergency MedicineI am married and I have 4 children. I work at St. Luke's Bethlehem in the emergency department and I am core faculty for the emergency medicine residency program. Marlee Milkis
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Ellen Redstoneellen.redstone@sluhn.org
Interventional/Diagnostic Radiology
I probably would do the most good for someone interested in a procedural specialty(surgery/vascular/urology/ent/ortho/IR) or diagnostic radiologyAnnie LiongsonStudent #2
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Dianne JacobetzDianne.jacobetz@sluhn.orgPediatrics Work life balanceKayla StaubStudent #2Student #3
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Nguyet-Cam Lam, MDNguyet-Cam.Lam@sluhn.orgFamily MedicineStudent #1Student #2
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Jennifer Rantonjennifer.ranton@sluhn.orgFamily MedicineAlways email first. Single parent, huge sports fan (Penn State mostly), love to read, play golf/tennis. Career-wise - women's health topicsStudent #1
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Rebecca Jeanmonod
Rebeccajeanmonod@yahoo.com
Emergency MedicineI'm pretty intenseStudent #1Student #2Student #3Student #4
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Kara Mascittikara.mascitti@sluhn.orgInfectious DiseaseMarried, 6 yo child, physical fitness, work-life balance importantRebecca Unterborn
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Malca kiersonmalca.kierson@sluhn.orgAP/CP and cyto PathologyChildrenStudent #1Student #2
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Kimberly Chaputkimberly.chaput@sluhn.orgGastroenterologyopen to any form of communication, I'm married with two kids, had kids during fellowship Student #1
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Dwithiya Thomas, MDdwithiya.thomas@sluhn.orgCardiologyFull time cardiologist, mother of 2Jasmine SinghStudent #2
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Marian McdonaldMarian.mcdonald@suhn.orgSurgery Prefer email communication Hannah MilthorpeStudent #2
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Hina Trivedi Hina.trivedi@sluhn.orgNephrology Choosing a career path Student #1Student #2
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Liva Bratislivia.bratis@sluhn.orgpulmonary/critical carejuggling large family with 100% clinical role and leadership rolesStudent #1
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Gloria Fioravantigloria.fioravanti@sluhn.orgInternal MedicineMost of my career has been dedicated to academic medicine so if someone is thinking about pursuing that course I would be happy to discuss resources. I prefer to communicate via email to set convenient meeting, or phone call times. Student #1Student #2
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Yeamie KousariYeamie.Kousari@sluhn.org
Radiology (pediatric sub-specialty)
Husband is also a physician. Two little kids at home (8 month old, 3.5 year old)Anna VolskiStudent #2
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Meena Agarwala, MD FACPmeena.agarwala@sluhn.orgInternal Medicine/ Primary CareI am comortable in any area that the mentee may seek guidance.My speciality on Internal Medicine along with my many years of academia and community practice have given me a very diverse view of the field of Medicine and its many specialities and the corresponding lifestyles. I am also happy to help with work/life balance and raising a family.I would prefer to be reached via email . My original training was at University of Pittsburgh which was a very grueling residency. at the time it was a difficult balance of responsibilities. I have also had to relocate several times and re-establish myself at each instance. I know what is like to work extremely long hours and how I have managed to modify that over time. But I am truly passionate about Medicine, the science and the practice of it so I am happy to help anyone with questions about personal and professional goals.
Student #1Student #2
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Bolanle DadaMosop97@hotmail.comInternal MedicineTopics within internal medicinePrefer direct communication through speaking on phone or in person. Email also ok. Not a huge fan of texting (kind of old school). Love to travel, entertain and encourage.Student #1Student #2
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Jami Avellinijami.avellini@sluhn.orgOB/GYNI have a 17 month old son, enjoy photography, dining out; I like to communicate through text, phone calls, coffee meetings. Emily DuStudent #3Student #4
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Melissa L. Taylormelissa.taylor@sluhn.orgInternal Medicine and Hospice and Palliative MedicineMy Black Labs rule the house, I love the out of doors, reading, knitting, sports, and church and family are important to me.Student #1Student #2
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Elizabeth Dierkingelizabeth.dierking@sluhn.orgObGynSpecialty, work-life balance as a working mom, Women in medicineI'm a pretty open book. They can come to my house for the holidays if they want. Student #1
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