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Meet Our Division Fellows

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Zachary Ciochetto, MD

Division of Infectious Diseases Fellow, Class of 2022

Hometown: Sterling Heights, MI | Undergraduate: Saginaw Valley State University | Medical School: University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Saint Kitts and Nevis | Residency: Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, Clinton Township, MI

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Jack Keegan, MD

Division of Infectious Diseases Fellow, Class of 2022

Hometown: Appleton, WI | Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Madison | Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin | Residency Program: Medical College of Wisconsin

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Harinder Rana, MD

Division of Infectious Diseases Fellow, Class of 2023

Hometown: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada | Undergraduate: University of British Columbia | Medical School: Saba University School of Medicine | Residency: MedStar Health Internal Medicine, Baltimore, MD

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Erin Guenther, DO

Division of Infectious Diseases Fellow, Class of 2023

Hometown: Oshkosh, WI | Undergraduate; University of Wisconsin-La Crosse | Medical School: Kansas City University (KCU) | Residency: Medical College of Wisconsin

Other Past Graduates

The Infectious Disease Fellowship Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin was started in July 1969. Over the years, our program has grown and we have graduated a total of 80 graduates by June 2020. At the end of two years of training, fellows from our program have been able to go out into any setting to continue their work as ID specialists. The following is a listing of where our most recent fellows have gone after graduation:
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2021

Patrick Kennedy, DO
Transitioned to 3rd year of Critical Care only in combined ID Critical Care Fellowship

Kenneth Swanson, DO
Private Practice, Advocate Aurora Health, Milwaukee and SE Wisconsin

2020

Loren Nunley, MD, MBA
Private Practice, Metro Infectious Diseases Consultants, Chicago, IL

Haroon Shah, DO
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Toledo

2019

M. Bilal Abid, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and Hematology/ Oncology, Department of Medicine, MCW

Jeremiah Stromich, MD
Private Practice, ProHealth Care, Milwaukee, and SE Wisconsin