Welcome UCSF Division of Geriatrics Fellows 2019-2020!
UCSF Division of Geriatrics is very excited to announce our 2019-2020 class of our geriatric medicine and GeriPal fellowship year!
The GeriPal fellow is:
- Adi Shafir: Adi went to UC Berkeley for undergrad and then went to University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine for medical school. Adi also joined us as an MSTAR student while in med school, working with Christine Ritchie on a project looking at homebound older adults in housecalls. She also enjoys spending time with her pug, Milhouse.
The geriatrics fellows are:
- Jocelyn Ko: Jocelyn shows us that at UCSF, U Can Stay For life. After attending Stanford for undergrad, she came to UCSF for medical school and is a current IM resident and is participating in the HSL pathway. She is working with Stephanie Rogers on a hip fracture project. Jocelyn enjoys game night, including group games like Taboo and Codenames (maybe a new division event – game night!).
- Analiese DiConti-Gibbs: Analiese went to MIT for undergrad in Bioengineering, then to USC for Medical School and IM residency, where she now a chief resident. A little trivia about Analiese – she was the MIT Women's Water Polo Club President (division water polo team anyone?)
- Diana Anderson: Diana will be the world’s first geriatrician/dochitect. She did her undergrad and graduate school at McGill in Architecture. Then she attended medical school at University of Toronto followed by IM training at Columbia. She is currently a Bioethics fellow at Harvard. She also enjoys photography, including infrared photography.
- Teresa Kuo: Originally from Ohio, Teresa completed both her undergraduate and medical school studies at Ohio State University Ohio state. She then went to Kaiser SF for IM residency, now post-residency working in SNFs through Kaiser (and is potentially interested in a career as a medical director in skilled nursing facilities).