Meet our Current Residents

The UH/CWRU Urology Institute Residency Program is designed to provide trainees with clinical and academic skills to prepare for future roles as academic surgical leaders.

For a list of our residency graduates, please see our Alumni page.

PGY 1

Nicholas Sellke, MD

Nicholas Sellke, MD

Medical School: The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Helen Sun, MD

Helen Sun, MD

Medical School: Case Western Reserve University

Kimberly Tay, MD

Kimberly Tay, MD

Medical School: University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix

PGY 2

Michael Callegari, MD

Michael Callegari, MD

Medical School: University Of Oklahoma College of Medicine

Erin Jesse, MD

Erin Jesse, MD

Medical School: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Megan Prunty, MD

Megan Prunty, MD

Medical School: University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine

Ruel Neupane

Ruel Neupane

Medical School: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

PGY 3

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Karishma Gupta, MD

Medical School: Case Western Reserve University

 

Wade Muncey, MD

Wade Muncey, MD

Medical School: University of Washington

Danly Omil-Lima, MD

Danly Omil-Lima, MD

Medical School: Warren Alpert/Brown University

PGY 4 (Research)

Austin Fernstrum, MD

Austin Fernstrum, MD

Medical School: Michigan State University

Nathan Stehouwer, MD

Al W. Ray, III, MD

Medical School: Medical College of Georgia

PGY 5

Itunu Arojo, MD

Itunu Arojo, MD

Medical School: University of Texas/Galveston

Laura Bukavina, MD

Laura Bukavina, MD

Medical School: Northeast Ohio Medical University

Kirtishri Mishra, MD

Kirtishri Mishra, MD

Medical School: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

PGY 6 (Chief Residents)

Melody Chen, MD

Melody Chen, MD

Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine

Albert Kim, MD

Albert Kim, MD

Medical School: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Zhina Sadeghi, MD

Zhina Sadeghi, MD

Medical School: Tehran University of Medical Sciences

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