2024 Medical Fellows

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Jonas Attilus, MD, MPH, was born and raised in Haiti. He eventually graduated from medical school at UNAM, Mexico. His studies have taken him to Université Lille 2, France, as well as Rutgers University, USA. He is currently a psychiatry resident at the University of Minnesota and an American Psychiatric Association Public Psychiatry Fellow. He utilizes his experience in social medicine and public health to question and address the root causes of health inequities locally and globally. His areas of interest include public health, community psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, and global mental health.

Meera Basu is a Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellow at Boston Children’s Hospital, where she serves as an active member of the Ethics Advisory Committee. She completed Child Neurology Residency at Boston Children’s Hospital and earned her MD from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. In her spare time, Meera enjoys hiking and spending time with family and friends.

Alex Chen is a 3rd year MD/PhD student at the Perelman School of medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Trained in both cultural anthropology and architecture, Alex is interested in the intersection of racial politics, design, and healthcare policy and infrastructures. Alex’s dissertation examined the social and spatial dimensions of biosafety against racialized emerging infectious diseases like Ebola and COVID-19. As an aspiring physician anthropologist, Alex aims to contribute to reparative justice by elucidating the structural maintenance of health inequities and the depoliticization of medical practice.

Laura Flores, PhD, is an MD-PhD Scholar at the University of Nebraska Medical Center with a background in philosophy and clinical trial research. She is in her final year of medical school and intends to pursue radiation oncology residency. Her doctoral research focused on the prevention of bone and lean mass loss in at-risk populations, with additional interests in clinical trial design and healthcare disparities.

Couger Jaramillo is a 4th year Pathology Resident and Air Force officer in an active duty graduate medical education program at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX. Hailing from Los Angeles, she took to the east coast to earn an undergraduate degree in Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University followed by a medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania. She is pursuing a career in neuropathology with a research focus in traumatic brain injury/chronic traumatic encephalopathy. In her spare time, she takes French lessons through the Language Enabled Airman Program and competes in Olympic weightlifting.

Daniel Johnson is a rising fourth year medical student at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota and graduated from Carleton College in 2020 with a degree in Biology. In medical school, he conducts empirical bioethics research on the allocation of donor hearts in the United States heart transplant system. His academic interests include health policy, public health, and cardiology, and after medical school, he plans to pursue residency training in internal medicine. Outside of school, he enjoys cooking, baking, and tennis.

Mollie Marr is an intern in the MGH/McLean Adult Psychiatry Residency Program. She is a graduate of the Medical Scientist Training Program at Oregon Health & Science University. Her PhD is in Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience and her dissertation focused on the effects of stress during pregnancy and the intergenerational transmission of childhood maltreatment. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University with a second major in Psychology and a minor in Applied Theatre. Following residency, she plans to complete a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry.

Anjola Onadipe is a rising fourth-year medical student at University of Michigan Medical School and a Master of Theological Studies student at Duke Divinity School where he is a Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellow. Anjola plans to pursue residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. His professional interests include bioethics, medical humanities, and the intersection of theology and medicine. Anjola is originally from Nigeria and moved to Mankato, MN when he was seven. He completed his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences at Minnesota State University, Mankato. His hobbies include playing and watching sports (especially soccer) and reading.

Sarah Rebecca Stephen is a medical student at the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University. She grew up in both Arizona and Texas. In 2019, she graduated from Columbia University, where she studied neuroscience and linguistics. Alongside her medical coursework, she is concurrently pursuing a master's degree in bioethics and medical humanities. The focus of her research is the interplay of language and perceptions of bioethical issues. She plans to pursue a career as a neurologist.

Kaitlyn Stoehr grew up in Beaverton, Oregon. She graduated summa cum laude from Vanderbilt University with a major in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Philosophy. Kaitlyn is currently pursuing an MD-MHS at Yale School of Medicine. At Yale, she is involved with the HAVEN Free Clinic, Mindfulness in Medicine Interest Group, and Bioethics Interest Group. She is passionate about medical education and healthcare ethics.

Tiffany Vaughan grew up around the world before eventually finding her roots in Illinois. While attending the University of Chicago, she delved into the captivating realm where medicine and religion intersect, sparking an interest in medical ethics that continues to drive her forward. Now beginning her fourth year at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Tiffany is actively exploring her interest in cardiac care and the myriad ethical quandaries that arise from congenital heart disease. Beyond the hospital, you’ll find Tiffany on the tennis court, rallying with friends or tossing tennis balls for her beloved new puppy.

Taylor Williams is a 4th year general surgery resident at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. She completed her undergraduate studies at Florida State University and medical school at Morehouse School of Medicine. She is pursuing a career as a general surgeon with a special interest in surgical innovation. She enjoys live theater, cycling, and traveling the world with her fiancé Robbie.

Sai Kaushik Yeturu is a medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He grew up in Colorado and went on to study Chemistry at Brown University. Prior to medical school, he worked as an Emergency Medical Technician and co-founded Mobile-Med, a startup for ambulance-hospital communication in India. Kaushik’s passion for ethics began with high-school debate and persisted through medical school including a published work entitled “Refusal of transplant organs for non-medical reasons including COVID-19 status.” He currently serves as a researcher for national prehospital care quality, a class representative for his medical school, and a member of the Mount Sinai Hospital Ethics Committee.

*And Apoorva Rangan, photo and bio coming soon!