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AOGME Residents and Fellows Council

AOGME Residents and Fellows Council

AOGME Residents and Fellows Council

The AOGME Residents and Fellows Council (RFC) was established in 2018 to develop future leaders in the osteopathic profession by creating a community and forum for residents and fellows to connect, collaborate and learn. The RFC's purpose is to:

  • Provide a home for residents and fellows to come together, exchange ideas, and network
  • Serve as a platform for residents and fellows to voice their ideas and concerns to graduate medical education (GME) leaders
  • Develop future leaders
  • Promote well-being along the continuum of GME
  • Support advocacy efforts that address the needs of medical trainees

A 10-member advisory group produced proposed bylaws and a strategic plan for the Council. The members of the advisory group are:

Jonathan Alterie, DO
PGY3, Emergency Medicine
Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
Emergency Residency Program (MWU/CCOM)
Downers Grove, Illinois

Vivek Babaria, DO
PGY5, Interventional Spine and Sports Fellow
OSS Health
York, PA

Ginger Cupit, DO
PGY2, Family Medicine
Georgetown University-Providence Hospital
Washington, D.C.

Breanne Jaqua, DO, MPH
PGY2, Emergency Medicine
St. Vincent Mercy Hospital
Toledo, Ohio

Daniel Krajcik, DO, MBA
PGY1, Family Medicine
Ohio State University Medical Center
Athens, Ohio

Tim Lemaire, DO, MPH
PGY3, Family Medicine
Alaska Family Medicine
Anchorage, Alaska

Danielle Maholtz, DO
Pediatrics
Akron Children’s Hospital
Akron, Ohio

Cassandre Marseille-Perard, DO
PGY3, Family Medicine
Detroit Wayne County Health Authority
Detroit, Michigan

Gabrielle Samuels, DO
PGY3, Family Medicine
Chief Resident
Overlook Medical Center
Summit, New Jersey

Ryan Smith, DO
PGY2, Family Medicine
St. John Maccomb-Oakland Hospital
Warren, Michigan

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Webinars

Residents and Fellows Council Informational Webinar

Thursday, September 27, 2018

This webinar introduced the new AOGME Residents and Fellows Council. The council's purpose it to strengthen and develop the medical education continuum in accordance with the osteopathic recognition. View webinar recording and slides.

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