Chief Residents for 2015-16 Honored at Annual Dinner
The annual dinner honoring the 2015-16 graduating Chief Residents of the General Surgery Residency Program was held on Friday, June 3, 2016 atop The Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco in the Alexandria Room. After an introduction by the Department Chair, Dr. Nancy Ascher, the Chief Residents were introduced by Linda M. Reilly, M.D, Program Director, Lygia Stewart, M.D., Associate Program Director, and Ryutaro Hirose, M.D., Associate Program Director. The Chiefs gave riveting talks about their life experiences and journeys through medical school and residency, culminating with graduation.
Pictured left to right: Joy Walker, MD; Rebecca Maine, MD, MPH; Emily Huang, MD; Shareef Syed, MBChB, MRCS; Lucy Kornblith, MD; Carolyn Seib, MD; and Cerene Jeanty, MD. - Photograph Courtesy of Dr. Lawrence Way
Joy Walker will remain at UCSF as an ACGME Clinical fellow in Vascular Surgery; Rebecca Maine will move to the University of Washington for a Surgical Critical Care Fellowship; Emily Huang has accepted an appointment as a Clinical Instructor in General Surgery at UCSF; Shareef Syed will remain at UCSF, taking a position as a Clinical Fellow in the Abdominal Transplant Fellowship Program; Lucy Kornblith will remain at UCSF as a Surgical Critical Care Fellow in the Department of Surgery at Zuckerberg SFGH; Carolyn Seib will remain at UCSF as a Clinical Fellow in Endocrine Surgery and Cerene Jeanty will enter private practice at St. Mary's Medical Center and St. Francis Memorial Hospital in San Francisco.