Radiation Oncology Residents

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Laura M Downes, PGY-5

Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky

Medical School: University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Intern Year: Christ Hospital | Internal Medicine | Cincinnati, Ohio

Why UK? UK's residency program provides excellent clinical training, a high volume of cases. As a medical student, I... Read More

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Jeremiah Johnson, PGY-3

Hometown: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Medical School: University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Intern Year: University of New Mexico | Internal Medicine | Albuquerque, New Mexico

Why UK? UK's Radiation Oncology Program excels in academic and clinically focused, patient-centered care. They have a diverse population, high clinical... Read More

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Mark Kenamond, PGY-3

Hometown: Wheeling, West Virginia

Medical School: West Virginia University

Intern Year: CAMC Institute | Internal Medicine | Charleston, West Virginia

Why UK? My main reasons for choosing UK for residency were the friendly resident cohort, well established... Read More

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Evans Amoah, PGY - 2

Takoradi, Ghana

Medical School:
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Intern Year:
Case Western Reserve University/UHCMC | General Surgery | Cleveland, Ohio

Why UK?
UK Radiation Oncology program has distinguished faculty with varied backgrounds/interests and there is a strong camaraderie between residents. At UK, residents are also exposed to high clinical volume and diverse patient... Read More

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Zeta Chow, PGY - 2

Denver, CO

Medical School:
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Intern Year:
University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center – General Surgery

Why UK?
UK/MCC is the only NCI-designated cancer center serving the Eastern Kentucky Appalachian region. Here at UK, we serve the most disease-burdened and socioeconomically disadvantaged population in the United States. As a clinician, it is... Read More

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James A Knight, II, PGY - 2

Fishers, IN

Medical School:
Indiana University School of Medicine

Intern Year:
University of Kentucky Medical Center - General Surgery

Why UK?:
High volume of patients with acute medical and oncological needs, abundant opportunities for growth in clinical and research skills, strong sense of camaraderie amongst residents and staff

Research Interests:
High-grade gliomas;... Read More