This year we have six residents and two fellows graduating on June 22. Congratulations on your achievements and the best of luck in your future careers.
From left to right:
Tom Littlefield, MD will be practicing at Dean Clinic in Sun Prairie.
Jennifer Lin, MD, is joining a large private practice group, Women's Healthcare Associates, based in Portland, Oregon. She will be at the Newberg clinical site, joining three other providers.
Elizabeth Sullivan, MD is moving to Providence, Rhode Island and joining a generalist practice and providing delivery services out of Woman & Infant’s Hospital.
Christie Trautman, MD is joining Melius, Schurr, and Cardwell Physicians for Women group in Fitchburg. They are a four person (soon to be five!) OB/GYN specialty, private practice group. The group provides obstetric labor and delivery services and surgical services out of Meriter Hospital.
Shiloh Small, MD will be working for the Southcentral Foundation which is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization serving the entire Alaska Native and American Indian population of the state - at the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage.
Jill Steinle, MD is heading back to her hometown of Bismarck, ND and will be joining Mid Dakota Clinic. She will be joining a group of seven other OB/GYNs, one of them her mother. Jill begins September 4th, so will have the summer to enjoy family and friends who she has missed for the past four years.
Nonyem Onujiogu, MD, completed her Gynecologic Oncology training July 1, 2009-June 30, 2012, under the mentorship of Dr. Joseph Connor. Dr. Onujiogu successfully defended her thesis, “DcR3 Inhibits Intratumoral CD8+ Lymphocytic infiltration by inhibiting LIGHT induced chemokine production in Ovarian Cancer.”
Nonyem is joining the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois.
Jennifer Krupp, MD, did her MFM fellowship training from July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2012. On May 31, 2012, she presented and successfully defended her thesis, titled “Dysfunctional Vascular Adaptations in Human Umbilical Vein Endothelial Cells (HUVEC) in Preeclamptic Pregnancies”.
Dr. Krupp has accepted a faculty position at the University of Iowa Medical School in Iowa City, Iowa.