Our PGY3 Residents
Anastasia "Ana" Bogdanovski, MD
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Ana comes from New Jersey and completed her undergraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University, where she received a BA, majoring in Public Health Studies. Ana was the recipient of multiple titles and awards as an NCAA swimmer and competed in the 2016 Rio Olympics, in swimming. Ana received her MD from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, where she was elected to AOA and was the recipient of multiple scholarships, co-founded a program to empower female student athletes to excel, and volunteered in a patient education program. Ana engaged in a number of research projects throughout medical school, and her interests include cooking, travel, and music.
Brian Campos, MD
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Brian comes from New York and completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard University, where he received a BA, majoring in Neurobiology. Brian served as Sports Chair for The Harvard Crimson, engaged in various research efforts, and was the recipient of the RMHC/HACER National Scholarship and the Walmart Scholarship Delegate. In between college and medical school, Brian worked for the New York Stem Cell Foundation and the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich. Brian received his MD from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University with a concentration in Biomedical Informatics. Throughout, he has been dedicated to mentorship and education for under-represented minority students interested in STEM careers. Brian's interests include soccer, running, and yoga.
Daniel Cloonan, MD
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Daniel's hometown is Omaha, Nebraska. He received his BS in Biology at the University of Nebraska and his MD, With Distinction, from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, where he was elected to AOA and received the Marjorie Merwin Simons Memorial Scholarship for leadership. Daniel served as President of the UNMC Student Senate and was the UNMC Student Regent to the University of Nebraska Board of Regents.He pursued several research projects including investigating drug metabolism of antiretroviral therapy in transgender women, medical education, and the development of the Clinical Educator Enhanced Medical Education Track. Daniel's surgical interests include pediatric surgery and thoracic surgery. He enjoys cooking, gardening, sport climbing and bouldering.
Carly Comer, MD
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University
Carly grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Carly received her BS summa cum laude from the Pennsylvania State University, majoring in Biology, and was a recipient of the Schreyer Honors College Academic Excellence Scholarship, the Even Pugh Senior Scholar Award, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. After graduation, Carly pursued research at Penn State's Prevention Research Center and interned with the non-profit organization, Save A Child's Heart. Carly received her MD from the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, receiving the Measey Scholarship and was inducted into the Hobart Amory Hare Honor Medical Society, the National Pathology Honor Society, and the Dean's Student Leadership Forum. Carly was active in a number of extracurriculars and was elected to AOA. Her surgical interests include academic general surgery and surgical education. Carly enjoys running, yoga, Philly sports, and travel.
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.
Daniel Kent, MD
Albany Medical College
Dan's hometown is Los Gatos, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dan obtained his BA from the University of California at Los Angeles, majoring in International Development Studies and minoring in Spanish. During college, he worked for Physicians for Social Responsibility and Amigos de las Americas. Between college and medical school, he worked at PEAK Surgical and Medtronic. Dan obtained his MD from Albany Medical College, where he received the Scholastic Excellence Award, the Tompkins Alumni Scholarship, and was elected to the Gold Humanism Honor Society and AOA. He was the co-founder and co-President of the Albany Medical College Global Health Interest Group, co-President of the Students for a National Health Program, and served as a member of the Executive Board of the IMANA Clinic, a free clinic serving local immigrants and refugees. His surgical interests include trauma, vascular surgery, surgical innovation, and global health. Dan enjoys music, surfing, and woodworking.
Jennifer Pan, MD
University of Illinois College of Medicine
Jennifer's hometown is Chicago and she completed her undergraduate studies at MIT with a BS in Materials Science and Engineering (Course 3), working in the Langer Lab, and also studied at Oxford. While at MIT, Jennifer volunteered in a program to encourage STEM careers for girls. Jennifer received her MD from the University of Illinois College of Medicine, where she was active on the Student Wellness and Resilience Committee of the Student Council, serving as Chair of this committee. Her research has ranged from biomaterials science to clinical research. Jennifer's hobbies include yoga and traveling.
Eve Roth, MD
Harvard Medical School
Eve's hometown is Wellesley, Massachusetts, and she completed her undergraduate studies at Yale University, majoring in English and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. She received her MD from Harvard Medical School and was engaged in a number of clinical and educational research projects, leading to multiple publications. Eve has been active in curriculum reform, serving as a Medical Education Student Representative, representing her peers on committees addressing the cultural and academic environment at HMS, including the Education Policy and Curriculum Committee, Surgical Education Committee, and as Student Co-Chair on the LCME re-accreditation committee. Eve's hobbies include marathon running, cooking, baking desserts, skiing, reading, and playing flute.
Ashlyn Whitlock, MD
George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Ashlyn's hometown is Jacksonville, Florida. Ashlyn received her BA magna cum laude at Wake Forest University, majoring in Psychology. Throughout college, she worked in India as a health coordinator and teacher for the Fellowship Ashram Mission Rural School Program. Ashlyn received her MD with Distinction from George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, with research interests in global health and underserved populations with publications on the Ugandan health system and income based barriers to bariatric surgery. She served as Vice President of Education for the Global Surgery Student Alliance, an Admissions Ambassador, and Class Honor Council Representative. Her surgical interests include global surgery. Ashlyn enjoys art, cooking, running, and traveling.
Sharjeel Chaudhry, MD
Integrated Vascular Surgery Resident
George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Sharjeel comes from Maryland, and completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University, graduating with a BS in Human Biology, Health and Society. As a student at George Washington University School of Medicine, he participated in the NIH T35 program at BIDMC and was awarded a Sarnoff Cardiovascular Fellowship, which he pursued in Dr. Robert Flaumenhaft's laboratory at BIDMC. His research has been very productive, yielding several high-impact publications. Sharjeel was a member of the medical school admissions committee and the GW Journal Club, as well as a leader in community service outreach. Sharjeel also cofounded UpEffect, a crowdfunding platform for social change, which led to his nomination to Forbes' 30 under 30. Sharjeel's hobbies include home building, programming, automotive engineering, baseball, table tennis, soccer, watching football and basketball.