Residency

Pediatric Residency Leadership Team

Pediatrics Residency Program Directors

Pediatrics Residency Program Directors

Weisgerber_Mike_2020Mike Weisgerber, MD
Program Director
Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
Pediatric Hospitalist, Children’s Wisconsin
mweisger@mcw.edu

Dr. Weisgerber received his undergraduate degree from Marquette University. He received his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed his pediatric residency at the Medical College of Georgia. He then returned to Milwaukee to complete a fellowship in general academic pediatrics and master's degree in epidemiology from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Following fellowship he joined the department of pediatrics faculty as a pediatric hospitalist in 2004. He was an associate director of the pediatric residency program from 2008-2012 before becoming the program director in 2012.

Dr. Weisgerber is an avid sports fan and he enjoys playing, coaching, and spectating. The only teams he likes more than Marquette are his daughters' soccer teams. He enjoys the diversity of patients and conditions he sees as a hospitalist and is active in many aspects of medical education – from administration to teaching on the wards to educational research. "I love having three jobs in one – being a hospitalist, a clinician-educator and a Program Director! The people here at MCW are fantastic – whether it is the patients, the faculty, the nurses, the students, the fellows, the administrative staff – and of course the residents. I can't imagine being anywhere else."

Bethany Auble, MDBethany Auble, MD
Associate Program Director
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
Endocrinology, Children's Wisconsin
bauble@mcw.edu

Dr. Auble received her medical degree from Penn State University, and then went to the University of Rochester for her pediatric residency. She then went to the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital to complete her fellowship in Pediatric Endocrinology. In 2012, Dr. Auble joined the faculty of the Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Wisconsin. In July 2015, Dr. Auble became an associate program director for the pediatric residency program, and she is excited to bring a subspecialist perspective to training. Dr. Auble's pediatric endocrine practice includes Type 1 Diabetes, thyroid disease, growth and puberty concerns. She is also the physician lead for a combined clinic with the Bone Marrow Transplant team and the Cystic Fibrosis Related Diabetes clinic. "I am so excited to work more closely with our fabulous pediatric residents to enhance their training and support their future career goals."

Danita Hahn, MDDanita Hahn, MD
Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
Pediatric Hospitalist, Children's Wisconsin
dhahn@mcw.edu

Dr. Hahn received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. She completed her pediatric residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin followed by a year as chief resident. After her chief year, she joined the pediatric faculty at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2013, practicing pediatric hospital medicine at the Children’s Wisconsin. Being a pediatric hospitalist has allowed her to pursue her clinical goals of caring for hospitalized children, and it has also given her the opportunity to keep her passion for education close to her heart, as she continues to work closely with residents both clinically and in various academic pursuits. As such, she was excited to join the medical education team as associate program director in 2016. Her specific medical education interests include handoffs and documentation improvement. Although she was born and raised in rural Northern Wisconsin, she has grown to love the Milwaukee area and has now enthusiastically called it her home for over 10 years. Outside of medicine, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three sons, as well as cheering for her sons at their many soccer games, reading, music, travel, and Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers, and Notre Dame sports. See a video of Dr. Hahn in action.

Amanda Rogers, MDAmanda Rogers, MD
Associate Program Director
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
Pediatric Hospitalist, Children's Wisconsin
arogers@mcw.edu

Dr. Rogers received her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and her medical degree from Loyola University in Chicago. She completed her pediatric residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin followed by a chief residency year at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Following her chief year, she joined the Department of Pediatrics at MCW as a pediatric hospitalist. Her role as a hospitalist has allowed her to continue to enjoy the two things about MCW she loved the most: the amazing breadth of patients that are cared for here and the ability to work closely with residents. She thoroughly enjoyed her time as chief resident being involved with medical education and was thrilled to return to Med Ed as an associate program director in 2015. She particularly enjoys being involved with simulation education and quality improvement work. Although she frequently returns to nearby Chicago to visit family, she now calls Milwaukee home and has loved sharing all the city has to offer with her husband and two children.

Kristine Saudek, MDKristine Saudek, MD
Associate Program Director
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
Neonatologist, Children's Wisconsin
ksaudek@mcw.edu

Dr. Saudek received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia. She received her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia. She completed her pediatric residency at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Le Bonheur Children's Hospital. Following graduation, she joined the department of pediatrics as a pediatric hospitalist at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation while her husband completed his fellowship in pediatric cardiology. She joined the department of pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin/Children's Wisconsin in 2007, where she has been very involved in medical education first as an associate clerkship director and now as an associate program director since 2014. Dr. Saudek loves her job in the newborn nursery and her role as an associate program director. "Residents have always held a special place in my heart." Dr. Saudek has three children and despite growing up in Savannah, Georgia, has come to love Milwaukee (including winter) and considers this home.

Abigail Schuh, MDAbigail Schuh, MD
Associate Program Director
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Children's Wisconsin
aschuh@mcw.edu

Dr. Schuh received both her undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She completed her pediatric residency at the Medical University of South Carolina and her fellowship training in pediatric emergency medicine at the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Hospital. In 2015, Dr. Schuh joined the faculty at the Medical College of Wisconsin as an attending physician in the emergency department and trauma center at Children's Wisconsin. She enjoys working with residents at the bedside in the emergency department as well as through simulation, and she was excited to join the medical education team as an associate program director in 2016. She looks forward to working with residents to help optimize their educational experience and support their career goals. Dr. Schuh is happy to have settled back in her native Wisconsin with her husband and son where they enjoy spending time with extended family and cheering for the Badgers, Brewers, and Packers.

Pediatrics Residency Chief Residents

Pediatrics Residency Chief Residents

Mansa Monga
mmonga@mcw.edu

Dr. Monga was born in New Delhi, India and moved to Toronto, Canada when she was 6 years old. She received her undergraduate degree from American University of Antigua and her medical degree from International American University College of Medicine. Never having been to Milwaukee before, she didn’t know what to expect. “Milwaukee has become a home away from home for me and my husband, and my colleagues feel like family. The beer, cheese, and incredible coffee shops are a bonus.” Though she is a Raptors fan through and through, the Bucks have left their impression. In her free time, Mansa loves to ride her bike, explore different restaurants in the area, and go on long walks with her goofy dog Cheeseburger. After her chief year, Mansa plans to pursue a career in primary care pediatrics.   

Reid AidanAidan Reid
areid@mcw.edu

Aidan is a native of Melbourne, Australia, and made his way to the US to finish high school in Colorado before playing collegiate tennis at Boise State University. After a gap year coaching tennis in The Hamptons and playing the futures tour in Europe he returned to Colorado for medical school at Rocky Vista University. Pediatrics was an easy choice, as was choosing Milwaukee and MCW for residency training. “I was immediately impressed by the combination of a nationally and world-renowned faculty who remain down to earth, approachable, and dedicated to resident education and professional development”. When not in the hospital, you’ll generally find Aidan enjoying one of MKE’s beer gardens, golfing, biking, camping, fly fishing, or cheering on his beloved Brisbane Lions and Denver Nuggets. Following chief year, Aidan will be applying for Pediatric Cardiology fellowship.

Snellgrove KendallKendall Snellgrove
ksnellgrove@mcw.edu 

Dr. Snellgrove was born in Huntsville, Alabama but grew up around the country as her father was serving in the Army. She eventually made her way back to Alabama and attended college at Samford University, majoring in Biology and minoring in Religious Studies. She received her medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and couples matched with her husband, who completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at MCWAH. The first time she stepped foot in Wisconsin was on her interview day. “I had an overwhelming sense of comfort and certainty here. This program and city have quickly become family.” Outside of work, Kendall enjoys traveling and frolicking around new cities, running (read: jogging) and hiking, cheering for the Bucks and the Crimson Tide, walking her mini-bernedoodle Barkley (who is best friends with Mansa’s dog!) around the lakefront, taking care of her plants, and drinking lavender lattes at local coffee shops. She and her husband also learned to snowboard after moving to Wisconsin, which has been a source of laughter and entertainment for her friends. Following her chief year, she plans to pursue fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.  

Pediatrics Residency Staff

Pediatrics Residency Staff

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Heather Aschoff
Program Coordinator
(414) 266-6803 | haschoff@mcw.edu

Heather completed her Bachelor’s degree in Geography from Michigan State University.  Before coming to the Medical College of Wisconsin, she worked at Milwaukee Public Schools in several community engagement roles including volunteer management, corporate sponsorship, and technical education for high school students.  In her current position, Heather serves as the lead on managing evaluations, ensuring compliance with the ACGME, coordinating the Program Evaluation Committee and Clinical Competence Committee, and working with applicants and faculty during the annual recruitment season.

 

Christina HoppeChristina Hoppe
Program Coordinator
(414) 337-4145 | choppe@mcw.edu

Christina earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin and her Master’s degree in Psychology from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. With previous experience in higher education and public health, Christina works with second year residents and community-based organizations to help coordinate the Community Pediatric Rotation. In addition, Christina coordinates fellowships for Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Christina is excited to be a member of the medical education team and looks forward to working with everyone!


Smith_ChandraChandra Smith
Education Coordinator II
(414) 337-7034 (office) | cesmith@mcw.edu

Chandra Smith received her undergraduate degree from Illinois State University. She received her Masters degree in Higher Education Administration from Robert Morris University and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. In 2019 Chandra joined the Medical College of Wisconsin and in 2020 transitioned to the Graduate Medical Education department as an Education Program Coordinator II. She enjoys working with residents and assisting them through their 3 year residency journey. Chandra is happy to live closer to her family in Chicago. She has settled in Wisconsin with her husband and two daughters.

Kayla Stanley
Education Program Associate
(414)-266-2786 | kstanley@mcw.edu

Kyla earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Health and minor in Psychology from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Prior to joining the MCW Pediatric Medical Education Department, Kyla interned with the Office of Global Health with MCW. In her current role, Kyla serves as the Education Program Associate for the Pediatric Residency, working closely with the Program Director, Associate Program Directors, Chief Residents, Coordinators, and other office staff.

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