Pulmonary, Critical Care, & Sleep Medicine Fellows

First-Year

Photo of Dr. Christopher Amann MD Christopher Amann, MD
Photo of Dr. Ken Chen MD Ken Chen, MD
Photo of Dr. Abhishek Gadre MD Abhishek Gadre, MD
Photo of Dr. Abdur Husain MD Abdur Husain, MD

Dr. Husain came to United States after completing medical school in Pakistan to join Emory University, Atlanta, as a research scholar in the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care. He spent two years participating in various clinical research projects on ARDS and sepsis, subsequently developing a keen interest in sepsis biomarkers. He then went on to train as an internal medicine resident in Atlanta and was actively involved in the sepsis committee that looked at compliance with sepsis bundles.…

Photo of Dr. Erica Lin MD Erica Lin, MD
Photo of Dr. Darrell Nettlow MD Darrell Nettlow, MD
Photo of Dr. Brandon Nokes MD Brandon Nokes, MD
Photo of Dr. Sagar Patel MD Sagar Patel, MD
Photo of Dr. Jenny Yang MD Jenny Yang, MD

Second-Year

Photo of Dr. Mona Alotabi MD Mona Alotabi, MD
Photo of Dr. Jeff Barry MD Jeff Barry, MD
Photo of Dr. Amy Bellinghausen MD Amy Bellinghausen, MD
Photo of Dr. Ian Joel MD Ian Joel, MD
Photo of Dr. Jisha Joshua MD Jisha Joshua, MD
Photo of Dr. Mazen Odish MD Mazen Odish, MD

Dr. Odish was raised in Tempe, Arizona, where he completed his undergraduate and medical training. He then completed his residency at UC San Diego in internal medicine and pediatrics in 2013, and is currently board certified in both fields. His interest in intensive care started in medical school during his physiology courses, and Dr. Odish is planning on continuing ICU based research during fellowship.…

Third-Year

Photo of Dr. Ian N. Britton MD Ian Britton, MD
Photo of Dr. Thomas Heacock MD Thomas Heacock, MD
Photo of Dr. Michael Lam MD Michael Lam, MD
Photo of Dr. Matt Light MD Matt Light, MD
Photo of Dr. Ryan Nelson MD Ryan Nelson, MD

Dr. Nelson was born and raised in Rockford, IL. As an undergraduate at Northwestern University, he gained exposure to medicine by volunteering at Children’s Memorial Hospital and also had his first research experience working in a lab investigating the effect of tRNA structure on translation. In medical school, he continued his research pursuits, participating in basic science investigation on the effect of dietary monosaccharides in the virulence of pseudomonas.…

Photo of Dr. Alexandra Rose MD Alexandra Rose, MD

Dr. Rose was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and spent the majority of her childhood in San Diego, California. She has a passion for liberal arts, which led to a major in film studies in college, but her love of helping others ultimately prompted her to pursue a career in medicine. Baylor College of Medicine provided the foundation for strong clinical skills and knowledge, as well as her first exposure to the intensive care unit.…