Chief Residents (2013-2014)
Joshua Barocas, MD
I was fortunate to have strong, dedicated teachers throughout my medical education. These were people that simultaneously exuded compassion and confidence, humility and strength, and trepidation and perseverance. These were people who taught me to appreciate the beauty of medicine. I can only hope to be a fraction of that during my medical career for others. I am excited to begin this process as Chief Resident.
Jacqueline Kehler, MD
It is truly a privilege to work with the housestaff and education team at the University of Wisconsin this year as a Chief Resident. I have had the opportunity to train with intelligent, compassionate, and very hardworking colleagues during my residency at UW, and I am proud of the emphasis that our program places on education. I look forward to working with Lyndsey and Josh to foster and contribute to this environment, and working with our residents to achieve their individual goals.
Lyndsey Runaas, MD
My residency in internal medicine at the University of Wisconsin was both challenging and incredibly rewarding. It helped shape me as a clinician, professional, and person. It was a privilege to work in a supportive environment filled with intelligent and accomplished colleagues, faculty, and staff. I am excited and honored to have the opportunity to add to this tradition of education in my role as Chief Resident this year and look forward to working with Jacky and Josh in helping our residents create their own formative experiences.
Chief Residents (2012-2013)
Kristin Berg, MD
I am excited and humbled to be a part of the tradition of Chief Residents at the University of Wisconsin. I look forward to working with the Housestaff in helping them achieve their goals and finding their niche in medicine. I am proud of the emphasis on education, and professional opportunities our program provides, and look forward to the challenge of continuing this trend.
**Dr. Berg is currently a Women's Health Research Fellow at our institution.
Carmen Campbell, MD
Residency is a formative experience. I am fortunate to have completed my training at UW. In addition to a high quality education, the program offers a nurturing environment to help each resident find his/her path in medicine. I am honored to serve as a chief resident and hope to contribute to the learning and growth of future residents.
**Dr. Campbell is currently a Rheumatology Fellow at our institution.
Becky MacAllister, MD
I have had such a wonderful experience in the the UW Internal Medicine program. During my residency I have matured both as a person and physician under the guidance of our excellent staff, and with the support of my co-residents. I am very excited to be a chief resident and to be an active part of the education team for our next group of house staff.
**Dr. MacAllister is currently a Hospitalist Faculty at the University of Florida at Gainesville.
Chief Residents (2011-2012)
Elizabeth Chapman, MD
It is truly an honor to have the opportunity to be a chief resident in the University of Wisconsin Internal Medicine Residency Program. I am impressed each day by the intelligence, integrity, and kindness of the attending physicians and house staff, and I look forward to being a part of the educational experience for our residents and interns - both as a teacher and as a learner. It is a privilege to work with a group of house staff that has such strong character and professionalism and to be present during such a pivotal point in their careers.
**Dr. Chapman is currently a Geriatrics faculty member at our institution.
Kathryn Miller, MD
Residency is an inherently challenging time. You are learning new knowledge, mastering new skills, and developing many new relationships. This program provided me the support and opportunities that I needed to accomplish my career goals and allowed me to have a satisfying family life. As a chief resident, I look forward to contributing to this environment and helping other residents reach their potential.
**Dr. Miller is currently a General Internal Medicine faculty member at our institution, with a Sports Medicine clinic.
Tabraiz Mohammed, DO, MS
I have had the opportunity to work with great co-residents and learn from some of the most distinguished physicians in the world during my residency at the University of Wisconsin. I am honored to serve as a chief resident in this program, and hope to contribute to the maintenance of a great learning environment that not only cherishes education but also promotes a culture of excellence. I also look forward to innovating new ways in which we can continue to promote scholarship and help our residents achieve their full potential.
**Dr. Mohammed is currently a Heme/Onc fellow at our institution.