Resident Academic Activities

Katerina NellaKaterina Nella, M.D. (Class of 2011)
I was born and raised in Greece. I finished the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and I moved to the United States for postgraduate training. I initially joined Dr. Pipinos lab at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, studying the effects of oxidative stress on mitochondrial function. After completing a 2- year basic science research fellowship, I joined the combined Nebraska- Creighton Universities pediatric residency program. Enjoying training in a solid pediatric program, I found my interest in Endocrinology strengthened by an extensive exposure to various endocrine disorders and syndromes. The role-model influence of the endocrinologists I have worked with has reinforced my decision to pursue an academic career in the field. I was accepted to train at the National Institute of Health- Georgetown Pediatric Endocrinology program in Bethesda, Maryland. I am looking forward to become an excellent endocrine clinician and researcher.

Resident Teaching Awards

 

Stoolman and Law

Sharon Stoolman, UNMC Clerkship Director,
awarding JD Law the 2012 Outstanding
House Officer Teaching Award

Schmidt and Trout

John Schmidt, CUMC Clerkship Director,
awarding Kia Trout the 2012 Outstanding
House Officer Teaching Award

 
Resident Posters at the Pediatric Research Forum  

Marisa Fisher

Marisa Fisher at the 2010 Pediatric
Research Forum

Sara Reinke

Sara Reinke (right) at the 2010 Pediatric
Research Forum

Shaija Shelby

Shaija Shelby at the 2010 Pediatric
Research Forum

 

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