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Current Fellows

1st Year Fellows

Jennifer Chalam, MD


Residency: University of South Alabama Mobile


Adam Hutnik, MD


Residency: Rush University Medical Center


Audrey VanDeWall, MD


Residency: Syracuse, NY


Karima Lelak, MD


Residency: William Beaumont Children’s Hospital


2nd Year Fellows

Batool Hussain, MD


Residency: Children’s Hospital of MI

Research: Evidence based curriculum for Advanced Practice Providers in Pediatric


Rasha Kazi, MD


Residency: Western Michigan University

Research: Mi-Medic Intervention in EMS


Adam Singer, DO


Residency: Children’s Hospital of MI

Research: Marijuana legalization and changes in accidental child deaths


Ryan Surujdeo, MD


Residency: SUNY Upstate

Research: Financial Impact of RVU directed templates in the Pediatric Emergency Department


3rd Year Fellows

Roxanne Cheung, MD


Residency: Connecticut Children’s Medical Center

Research: "Bicycle handlebar injuries: a systematic review of pediatric abdominal and chest injuries".

Karolina Maksimowski, MD


Residency: Metro Health Medical Center

Research: Effect of Pediatric ED based POC influenza test on ED throughput, resource utilization

Jason Miller, MD


Residency: Indiana University

Research: Clinical utility and concordance of imaging duplicated after transfer to a level 1 trauma.

Carolina Vega, MD


Residency: University of Connecticut

Research: Injuries from dolls, dolls accessories, and plush toys in the pediatric population.