Radiology

Diagnostic Radiology Residency

The Department of Radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin offers a comprehensive four-year residency in Diagnostic Radiology under the auspices of the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals. Six positions are available each year, and are filled through the specialty match (PG-II level) through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Applications are accepted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Candidates must obtain and complete one year of clinical graduate medical education (transitional PG-I, preliminary medicine PG-I, preliminary surgery PG-I, or the equivalent) before beginning the residency in Diagnostic Radiology.

Residency Information

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Educational Objectives
The residency in Diagnostic Radiology provides a complete clinical and academic experience, which is fully compliant with the Program Requirements for Residency Education in Diagnostic Radiology, as accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The residency provides intensive clinical experience in all subspecialty areas of Diagnostic Radiology. Direct clinical training with graduated responsibility, a comprehensive didactic program, and excellent availability for participation in a wide variety of research activities provides a complete academic Radiology residency.

Program Outline
The residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals is fully accredited and in complete compliance with the Program Requirements for Residency Education in Diagnostic Radiology of the ACGME. Specific requirements for nuclear medicine training and breast imaging are provided in the residency.

The program curriculum emphasizes strongly subspecialized rotations in all areas of Diagnostic Radiology. Specific rotations in thoracic radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, abdominal imaging, neuroradiology, interventional radiology, breast imaging, computed tomography, ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, and pediatric radiology form the basis of the curricular effort. Radiologic-pathologic correlation is emphasized throughout the residency, and enhanced by attendance at the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology four-week course in radiologic-pathologic correlation. (Tuition is provided for this course.)

The residency is based at Froedtert Hospital, a 500-bed academic tertiary-care hospital located on the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center's 115-acre suburban campus. Froedtert is the adult acute care medical center serving the Medical College of Wisconsin, and houses a Level One Trauma Center, the Froedtert & the Medical College Cancer Center and active programs in many areas including organ transplantation, neurosciences, musculoskeletal disease, and a variety of other major programs, centers and institutes. Approximately 365,000 radiology and nuclear medicine examinations are performed annually at Froedtert Hospital.

Residents spend six curricular months at the Zablocki VA Medical Center, a tertiary-care, subspecialized, Dean's Committee medical center, which is located approximately three miles from the Froedtert campus (about six minutes by car). VA rotations in digital imaging and vascular and interventional radiology are tightly integrated with similar rotations at Froedtert Hospital. Two rotations in general imaging provide the resident the opportunity to experience a mixed (rather than subspecialized) practice pattern in Radiology. The VAMC performs approximately 120,000 examinations per year.

Pediatric Radiology is taught at the Children's Wisconsin, a major regional pediatric resource. Approximately 150,000 pediatric examinations are performed by the Radiology Department at Children's. Children's Wisconsin Radiology is accredited under the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals' core Diagnostic Radiology residency, and also provides fellowship training in Pediatric Radiology.

The faculty of the Department of Radiology of the Medical College of Wisconsin include recognized national and international leaders in radiology, radiologic physics, and magnetic resonance science. Faculty members hold national and international offices in many major radiologic societies and provide senior leadership to organized Radiology at many levels including educational organizations, accrediting bodies, and scientific organizations.

All affiliated hospitals and departments are well equipped with modern radiologic imaging equipment. The main department at Froedtert Hospital includes five state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging units as well as several research magnets, five General Electric multi-slice helical CT scanners including the most recently developed 64-slice unit, and advanced ultrasound units, digital angiography units, mobile fluoroscopic special procedures rooms, a hybrid PET/CT device, and modern SPECT capability on all nuclear medicine cameras. The Department has a fully functional PACS system with enterprise-wide image distribution. The Department of Radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin serves as a developmental partner for several industrial collaborators with major partnerships in place with General Electric Healthcare.

The Radiology Department library contains pertinent Radiology journals and textbooks as well as other educational materials. The library is equipped with network workstations with appropriate software, access to the ACR Learning File, and other teaching collections in electronic format. Access to Medline, the Internet, STATDX and digital presentation facilities are available.

A resident may elect to use up to five days of educational leave annually to attend a scientific meeting or course. Two days may be spent to attend the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting in Chicago, which is not charged against educational leave time.
Residency Graduates

CLASS OF 2020

Manav Bhalla, MD
MP Shah Medical College, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India

Bryce D. Bodell, MD
Hometown: Portland, OR
Undergraduate: Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Medical School: University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, AZ
Fellowship: Interventional Radiology, University of Colorado-Denver

Katherine Cavallo Hom, MD
Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ
Undergraduate: University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Medical School: University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, AZ
Fellowship: Breast Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Jon Jesse, III, MD
Hometown: Sioux Falls, SD
Undergraduate: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL
Medical School: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, IL
Fellowship: Body Imaging, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Brent Jordan, MD
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Undergraduate: Emory University, Atlanta, GA / MPH-George Washington University, Washington, DC
Medical School: University of Illinois College of Medicine, Urbana, IL

Bridget Kistner, MD
Hometown: Newton, IL
Undergraduate: St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
Medical School: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, IL
Fellowship: Advanced Abdominal Imaging, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Chad Mackay, DO
Undergraduate: Brigham Young University
Medical School: Nova Southeastern University
Fellowship: Neuroradiology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Sabina Mullin, DO
Hometown: East Lansing, Michigan
Medical School: Michigan State University
Fellowship: Breast Imaging, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Eric R. Smith, MD
Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
Undergraduate: University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
Fellowship: Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Caroline E. Squires, MD
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, IA
Undergraduate: Truman State University, Kirksville, MO
Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Fellowship: Thoracic Imaging, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

CLASS OF 2019

Ryan Beck, MD
Neuroradiology Fellowship
University of Washington, Seattle, WA 

Eric Fair, MD
Abdominal Imaging Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Nicholas Johnson, MD
Musculoskeletal Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Steven J. Johnston, MD
Musculoskeletal Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Jerome Larson, MD
Interventional Radiology Fellowship
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Kassie McCullagh, MD
Neuroradiology Fellowship
Stanford University, Stanford, CA

David Mitchell, MD
Interventional Radiology Fellowship
Washington University, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, St. Louis, MO

Dmitry Schneiderman, MD
Interventional Radiology Fellowship
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

CLASS OF 2018

Marcus W. Bickford, MD
Abdominal/Body Imaging
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Joshua M. Bonis, MD, PhD
Neuroradiology Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Kristin E. Fay, MD
Neuroradiology Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Tyler M. Flessner, MD
Abdominal/Body Imaging Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Christopher J. Kleefisch, MD
Neuroradiology Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Casey A. Melcher, MD
Vascular & Interventional Radiology Fellowship
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Joshua R. Pohlman, MD
Pediatric Imaging Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin/Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Matthew R. Vickery, MD
Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

CLASS OF 2017

Stephen W. Goth, MD
Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Frederick G. Joachim III, MD
Abdominal/Body Imaging Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Omar D. Katib, MD
MR Predominant Body Imaging & Musculoskeletal Fellowship
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL

Christopher J. MacDonald, MD, PHD
Musculoskeletal-MRI & Neuroradiology Fellowship
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Jennifer L. Mulkerin, MD
Body Imaging Fellowship
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA

Mark E. Ogilvie, MD
Interventional Radiology
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN

Benedictta O. Omene, MD
MR Predominant Body Imaging & Musculoskeletal Fellowship
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL

Alexander M. Tassopoulos, MD
Body Imaging Fellowship
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA

Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I apply directly to your program?

Six (6) positions are available each year, and are filled through the specialty match (PG-II level) through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Applications are accepted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Candidates must obtain and complete one year of clinical graduate medical education (transitional PG-I, preliminary medicine PG-I, preliminary surgery PG-I, or the equivalent) before beginning the diagnostic radiology residency.

When can I apply to your program?

We start reviewing applications when ERAS opens on September 15 so we urge you to complete your application as early as possible. Applications are reviewed through November 1.

How many letters of recommendation do you require?

Three (3) letters are required.

Who should write the letters of recommendation?

Anyone who can advocate for your relevant work experience, knowledge, research, etc. The MSPE is highly valued.

How many interview days do you offer?

Approximately six (6) interview dates per year.

When is your interview timeframe?

October through early January.

How do I get invited to interview?

If you are selected to interview you will be contacted through the ERAS scheduler.

How do I schedule an interview?

Via the ERAS scheduler after you have been invited.

Do you offer waitlist?

Yes, through the ERAS scheduler.

I’m interested in applying to both the IR and DR programs, do you offer combined interviews?

Yes, we prefer to interview IR/DR candidates together.

What are your USMLE Step 1 and USMLE Step 2 CK minimum score requirements?

Average Step I in our program was 238, which is right at the mean for radiology candidates in the NRMP. We have, however, no minimum required score for application. All applications are reviewed. Individuals with lower Step 1 scores, especially those substantially below the mean, are at a relative disadvantage for consideration of interview.

Is there an attempt limit for either of the USMLE exams?

We have no firm limit. We review each applicant individually.

By the time of application, do you need us to be fully ECFMG certified?

No, however ECFMG is needed prior to day one of the residency.

Do you have a cutoff date for application from time of graduation? If yes, how many years?

There isn't a specific cutoff date but the longer someone waits, they will need to explain how they are spending their time.

Do you accept COMLEX scores?

Our residency requires the USMLE scores in the application process. COMLEX is not accepted as a substitute.

Do you share anything about Milwaukee on interview day?

Yes, we share a video tour of the city and invited applicants will receive other information about relocating to Milwaukee.

Is there a dinner/social the night before?

Yes, we will provide Zoom links for completely optional social time with current residents the evening before your interview.

How long is interview day?

Approximately 4.5 hours. There are both morning and afternoon virtual interview days scheduled.

How many candidates do you interview each day?

Up to 12 candidates during our virtual interview season.

Will I meet the Program Director on interview day?

Yes.

Will I get a chance to meet and talk with current residents?

Yes, residents will be very involved throughout the interview day.

Am I eligible for the diagnostic radiology residency?

The Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals (MCWAH) Diagnostic Radiology Residency follows ACGME and MCWAH requirements related to resident eligibility. Specifically:

ACGME Diagnostic Radiology Requirements

Eligibility Requirements – Residency Programs
All prerequisite post-graduate clinical education required for initial entry or transfer into ACGME-accredited residency programs must be completed in ACGME-accredited residency programs, or in Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC)-accredited or College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)-accredited residency programs located in Canada. Residency programs must receive verification of each applicant’s level of competency in the required clinical field using ACGME or CanMEDS Milestones assessments from the prior training program. (Core)

Prerequisite Training
To be eligible for appointment to the program, residents must have successfully completed a prerequisite year of direct patient care in a program accredited by the ACGME, RCPSC (Canada), or CFPC (Canada) in emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, surgery or surgical specialties, the transitional year, or any combination of these.

ACGME Institutional Requirements

An applicant must meet one of the following qualifications to be eligible for appointment to an ACGME accredited program:

  • Graduation from a medical school in the United States or Canada, accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME); or,
  • Graduation from a college of osteopathic medicine in the United States, accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA); or,
  • Graduation from a medical school outside of the United States or Canada, and meeting one of the following additional qualifications:
    • holds a currently-valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates prior to appointment; or,
    • holds a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a United States licensing jurisdiction in his or her current ACGME specialty/subspecialty program; or,
    • has graduated from a medical school outside the United States and has completed a Fifth Pathway program provided by an LCME-accredited medical school.

MCWAH Requirements

  • Applicants are not eligible for a MCWAH sponsored residency if they have been previously terminated from a MCWAH sponsored program.
  • All applicants accepted into a MCWAH sponsored ACGME accredited program must obtain the required medical licensure by the start of training (see MCWAH’s Licensure, Resident Educational License and DEA Number Requirements for Housestaff policy).
  • Applicants must have appropriate U.S. immigration status to begin graduate medical education with the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals. If a candidate does not have U.S. immigration status that permits MCWAH to employ him/her on the designated start date, the training position will not be held and may be offered to another candidate.
Do you sponsor visas for residents

We do welcome residents and sponsor visas in compliance with MCWAH policies. View MCWAH's visa information.

For the intern year is there a maximum number of weeks we are allowed to do Radiology?

During the clinical year, elective rotations in diagnostic radiology must occur only in radiology departments with an ACGME-accredited diagnostic radiology residency program or an RCPSC-accredited diagnostic radiology residency program located in Canada and cannot exceed two months.

Resident Experiences

At our program, we are exposed to an extremely broad range of pathology seen through the numerous imaging modalities we use to provide diagnostic information for our patients. I appreciate training in a department that is on the cutting edge of our specialty and feel I will be well-prepared as a practicing radiologist.

Ben Meyer, MD 2017-2021

What distinguishes our program from others is the incredible volume of studies we have access to on each service. Training is all about repetition; I firmly believe that the more studies we read in residency, the better radiologists we will emerge as when we graduate. While the expansion of MCW/Froedtert to include more imaging sites is not without challenges, it also presents us with the privilege of unceasing education. This is reinforced by our staff, who have always encouraged me to stay busy reading studies each and every day. I've constantly been reassured by having matched at MCW by the way that our program looks after us. Whether it's making sure we have meal cards for our call shifts, obtaining new textbooks for the resident library, or our staff going to bat for us when we're applying for fellowships and jobs - I am so thankful to know that our administration and faculty have my back. With the current R3 class having just found out their match results, it's inspiring to see that for residents in our program who invest in their training, the sky is truly the limit in terms of fellowship and job opportunities. It's clear to me that the future is very bright for our department, program, fellows, and residents. It is an absolute privilege to be here.

Matthieu Mayer, MD 2019-2023

What struck me as perhaps a unique distinguishing feature of MCW’s Radiology Dept. is the collegiality, easy flow of knowledge, and frequent case sharing and discussion that occurs across all levels of training and expertise. Whether it’s the junior attending, senior expert, or fresh R1 resident, there is no sense of hierarchy to preclude an intellectual discussion or stir intimidation. It would’ve been impossible to know just how great of a training program this is, here at MCW, without experiencing it as a resident, as most programs seem similar in the interview process. The greatest asset to the program is the group of attendings across all radiology subspecialties and training backgrounds who love to teach, and care for their residents holistically. Another surprising element is the variety of cases and pathology a radiology resident will come across in the course of his/her training at MCW.

Nour Dababo, MD 2019-2023

MCW offers a collegial atmosphere where the faculty and residents feel like family. My co-residents have quickly become some of my best friends. We support each other during work and often get together outside of work. Our department even has a social committee with department sponsored events including past golf outings, socials at local beer gardens, holiday parties, Oktoberfest, Whirlyball, and many others. Going through the match process I was looking for a program that would prepare me well for my future career. MCW goes above and beyond. We have an abundance of complex studies at a high volume academic center. There is always something to be learned here. Our call prepares you for the real world, whether that's an academic or private practice job. MCW offers great benefits. We have ample moonlighting opportunities nearly every single day. It’s not uncommon for residents to make 1.5 times their salary because of moonlighting opportunities. The program supports our educational opportunities like paying for tuition to AIRP, and supporting us during board prep and exam time. Our covered parking is also free and a three minute walk to the reading room!

Ashley Norton-Gregory, MD 2017-2021

Current Residents

Residents are drawn from around the country and have diverse personal backgrounds. They consistently achieve certification in Diagnostic Radiology, and go on to outstanding subspecialty fellowship training programs both in our institution and in highly recognized academic institutions nationally, or enter excellent practice opportunities.

Class of 2021

2020-2021 R4

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Tyann Floore, DO

Radiology Resident

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN; Undergraduate: University of South Florida; Medical School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine; Fellowship: Breast Imaging, University of North Carolina

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Colin C. Hansen, MD

Radiology Resident

Hometown: Racine, WI; Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Fellowship: Mammography/Women’s Imaging, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

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Joshua Jarman, MD

Radiology Resident

Hometown: Lindon, UT; Undergraduate: University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Fellowship: Breast Imaging, Wake Forest Baptist Med Center, NC

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Stacey Jesser, MD

Resident

Hometown: The Dalles, OR; Undergraduate: Oregon State University; Medical School: Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine; Fellowship: Abdominal/Body Imaging, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

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Michael D. Koets, MD

Resident

Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI; Undergraduate: Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI; Medical School: Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI; Fellowship: Vascular & Interventional Radiology, University of Michigan

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Tad J. Maguire, MD

Resident

Hometown: Ottawa, IL; Undergraduate: University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL; Medical School: University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, IL; Fellowship: Interventional Radiology Residency, Medical College of Wisconsin

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Benjamin D. Meyer, MD

Resident

Hometown: Sioux Falls, SD; Undergraduate: Gustavas Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN; Medical School: University of South Dakota-Sanford School of Medicine, Vermillion, SD; Fellowship: Abdominal/Body Imaging, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

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Ashley A. Norton-Gregory, MD

Resident

Hometown: Brimfield, IL; Undergraduate: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL; Medical School: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, IL; Fellowship: Abdominal/Body Imaging, Duke University, Durham, NC

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Kaleen Puccetti, MD

Resident

Hometown: Franklin, WI; Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Madison; Medical School: Penn State College of Medicine; Fellowship: Breast Imaging Fellowship, University of Illinois

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Eric P. Segal, MD

Resident

Hometown: Sacramento, CA; Undergraduate: UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Fellowship: Abdominal/Body Imaging, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

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Sai H. Vagvala, DO

Resident

Hometown: Schaumburg, IL; Undergraduate: University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL; Medical School: Midwestern University-CCOM, Downers Grove, IL; Fellowship: Neuroradiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital-Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Class of 2022

2020-2021 R3

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Johanna Dobard, DO

Resident

Hometown: Springfield, MO; Undergraduate: Louisiana State University; Medical School: A.T. Still University, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine

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Nathan Gruenhagen, MD

Resident

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN; Undergraduate: Indiana University, Bloomington, IN; Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

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Jason Hibbard, MD

Resident

Hometown: Seattle, WA; Undergraduate: Washington State University; Medical School: University of Minnesota

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Alexander Kurdi, MD

Resident

Hometown: Chicago, IL; Undergraduate: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL; Medical School: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

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Thomas Lindsay, MD

Resident

Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI; Undergraduate: Michigan State University, East Lansing; Medical School: Central Michigan University College of Medicine

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Erica Lanser, MD

Resident

Hometown: Milwaukee, WI; Undergraduate: Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI; Medical School: Creighton University School of Medicine

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Danielle Nagel, MD

Resident

Hometown: Chicago, IL; Undergraduate: Northwestern University, Evanston, IL; Medical School: University of Illinois College of Medicine

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Eric Wideburg, DO

Resident

Hometown: Milwaukee, WI; Undergraduate: Carnegie Mellon University; Medical School: Des Moines University

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Kennedy Wirtz, MD

Resident

Hometown: Wausau, WI; Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin

Class of 2023

2020-2021 R2

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Patrick Budney, MD

Resident

Hometown: Cedarburg, WI; Undergraduate: Marquette University; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin

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Monica Cooley, MD

Resident

Hometown: Mequon, WI; Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Madison; Medical School: University of Cincinnati

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Nour Dababo, MD

Resident

Hometown: Foster City, CA; Undergraduate: University of California, Berkeley; Medical School: University of Illinois, Chicago

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Olufisayo Fagbemi, MD

Resident

Undergraduate: University of Minnesota Twin Cities; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin

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Matthieu Mayer, MD

Resident

Hometown: Winneconne, WI; Undergraduate: Marquette University; Medical School: University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Pouria Mossahebi, MD, PhD

Resident

Hometown: Tehran, Iran; Undergraduate: Amirkabir University of Technology; Medical School: University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Douglas Pierce, MD, MS

Resident

Undergraduate: Brigham Young University; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin

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Nidhi Reddy, MD

Resident

Hometown: Peoria, IL; Undergraduate: University of Missouri, Kansas City; Medical School: University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine

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Benjamin Voss, MD

Resident

Hometown: Mascoutah, IL; Undergraduate: Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville; Medical School: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Class of 2024

2020-2021 R1

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Dylan Applin, MD

Resident

Hometown: New Berlin, WI; Undergraduate: Wisconsin Lutheran College; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin

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James Moroney, MD

Resident

Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI; Undergraduate: York University; Medical School: Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids

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Nicholas Organ, MD

Resident

Hometown: Franklin, WI; Undergraduate: University of Notre Dame; Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin

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Javier Lopez Puebla, MD

Resident

Hometown: Guaynabo, Puerto Rico; Undergraduate: University of Puerto Rico; Medical School: University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine

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Jamie Strike, MD

Resident

Hometown: Greenfield, WI; Undergraduate: Creighton University; Medical School: Creighton University School of Medicine

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Stephen Williams, MD

Resident

Hometown: Washington, IL; Undergraduate: University of Illinois; Medical School: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Contact Us

For further questions regarding the residency, please contact:

Mark D. Hohenwalter, MD - Program Director
Abigail Goelzer, MS - Program Manager II, Radiology
agoelzer@mcw.edu | (414) 955-1195 | (414) 259-9290 (fax)
Department of Radiology
Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals
c/o Froedtert Hospital
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226