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Current Gastroenterology Fellows

67833-Arjonilla, Marta

Marta Arjonilla, MD

PGY 5
FOREIGN MEDICAL SCHOOLS

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64697-Baroud, Serge

Serge Baroud, RES, MD

PGY 4
American University of Beirut

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62050-Browne, Jason

Jason Browne, MD

PGY 5
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine

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62049-Bailey, Shay

Shay Bailey, MD

PGY 5
University of Minnesota Medical School

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62052-Beran, Azizullah

Azizullah A. Beran, MB,BS

PGY 5
Ain Shams University

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42232-Byriel, Ben

Ben Byriel, DO

PGY 6
Nova Southeastern College Of Osteopathic Medicine

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62051-Hassouneh, Ramzi

Ramzi Hassouneh, MS, DO

PGY 5
Kansas City University College Of Osteopathic Medicine

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42246-Ma, Joe

Joe Ma, MD

PGY 6
State University Of New York Upstate Medical University

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64695-Ortega, Andrew

Andrew J. Ortega, DO

PGY 4
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State Univ

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67836-Syed, Hareem

Hareem Syed, MBBS

PGY 4
FOREIGN MEDICAL SCHOOLS

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60291-Williams, Elizabeth

Elizabeth E. Williams, MD

PGY 4
Virginia Commonwealth University School Of Medicine

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64698-Ichkhanian, Yervant

Yervant Ichkhanian, MD, RES

PGY 4
American University of Beirut

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67821-Miller, Kaela

Kaela Miller, MD

PGY 4
Indiana University School of Medicine

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18268-Scherer, Alexander

Alexander Scherer, MD, PhD

PGY 4
Yale University

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42684-Shamseddeen, Hani

Hani Shamseddeen, MD

PGY 4
American University of Beirut

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60292-Yates, Sarah

Sarah R. Yates, DO

PGY 4
Michigan State University College Of Osteopathic Medicine

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Current Fellowship Initiatives

Group photo of the fellows putting together bags and kits for the GrassRoots Project in Indianapolis. Our gastroenterology fellowship initiative is passionately committed to both patients and the vibrant Indianapolis community. In the spirit of giving back, our fellows enthusiastically undertook a volunteering effort this year. They joined forces to assemble a total of 40 toiletry and newborn care kits for Grassroots Project, a local organization dedicated to supporting under-resourced and vulnerable individuals, including refugees.

Resourcefulness was on display as the fellows collated items and secured donations from faculty members to acquire essential toiletry supplies. Coming together, the fellows crafted each kit, showing a collective dedication to community well-being. The culmination of their efforts was the delivery of these care packages to the organization's founder, Priya Gangwani.

Learn more about GrassRoots Projects