Meet Our General Surgery Residents
About Our Surgery Residents
Our residents come from many parts of the world and many different backgrounds. We strive to recruit residents of high academic and personal quality who, through our General Surgery Residency Program, will develop into excellent clinicians, teachers, and scholars.
Chief Administrative Residents
Jane Cheng, MD
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Jane's hometown is Ann Arbor, Michigan. Jane received her BS from the University of Michigan, majoring in Biochemistry. She received the Woodlock Alumnae Scholarship, Gomberg Chemistry Scholarship, and the Walton Scholarship, and served as Captain for the University of Michigan Dance Marathon and was a health screening coordinator for the Vietnamese American Association. Jane received her MD from the Wayne State School of Medicine and was a member of the Cass Clinic for uninsured and underinsured residents of Detroit, the Detroit Medical Orchestra, and served as President of the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association. Her surgical interest includes surgical oncology. After two years of clinical training, Jane pursued a research fellowship in cancer biology at BIDMC. Jane enjoys hiking, traveling, and exploring various culture through food.
Jacqueline Wade, MD
University of Vermont College of Medicine
Jacqueline grew up on a horse farm in New Hampshire and received her BS, cum laude, from Mount Holyoke College, majoring in Biochemistry. At Mount Holyoke, Jacqueline received the Seven Sisters Student Athlete Award for academic excellence and an HHMI Research Fellowship. Prior to medical school, Jacqueline pursued research in oncology, served as a program coordinator for the Women’s Lung Cancer Program, and led a weekly science course at a local elementary school. Jacqueline received her MD from the University of Vermont College of Medicine, where she continued to pursue her research interests in surgical oncology and breast cancer, received a Research Merit Award, and was elected AOA. Her surgical interests include vascular surgery and surgical oncology. Jacqueline enjoys squash, flag football, broomball, horseback riding, sailing and gardening.
Administrative Residents for Research
Margaret Berrigan, MD
George Washington University School of Medicine
Margaret's hometown is Washington, DC. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia, where she received a BA, majoring in Biology and Spanish, and subsequently obtained a Masters in Physiology from Georgetown University. She received her MD from George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, where she was elected to AOA, was the recipient of the 2017 and 2018 Cecile and Seymour Alpert Medical Scholarship and served as Co-President of the Student Council. She engaged in a number of clinical research projects throughout medical school. Margaret's interests include hiking, travel, and crafts. Her current clinical interest is pediatric surgery.
Darian Hoagland, MD
University of Virginia School of Medicine
Darian comes from New Jersey and graduated from the University of Maryland with a BS in Biological Sciences and Women's Studies. She received her MD from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, where she was elected to AOA. During medical school, Darian pursued several clinical research projects, was active in a number of peer mentorship programs, and served as President of the UVA Chapter of the Association of Women Surgeons. Darian's hobbies include hiking, concert-going, visiting wineries, knitting, and reading.