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PGY-1

Jules BodoJules Bodo

Email: jbbodo@gmail.com

Medical School: Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine, Class of 2014

Undergraduate College: University of Maine At Fort-Kent

Hometown: Yaounde-Cameroon / Fort-Kent, Maine

Podiatric Specialty: Sports Medicine, Surgery, Wound Care

Personal Info: I was born in one the surrounding villages of Yaounde, in Cameroon, Central-West Africa. In that environment, the only thing that was constant was education, and it didn't come without sacrifice. If there is any type of sporting activity, I am in. I love being at home with my family. My two favorite places are Cameroon and Fort-Kent, Maine.

Podiatry is an interesting part of medicine. It encompasses conservative care and surgery, the best of both worlds, and it will allow me give back to the community. 

Why this program? All residents are treated equal in this program. There is always somebody willing to teach. It is a well-rounded program. The faculty has a broad medical and surgical knowledge. The program also has a weekly resident run-clinic, cadaver labs, journal club, weekly didactic lecture with other residents, and daily teaching rounds. At Sisters of Charity Hospital, a lot is done to provide to the residents with a favorable environment to learn. And Buffalo is a friendly place.

Adnan MalikAdnan Malik

Email: adnanmalik88@gmail.com

Medical School: Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine

Undergraduate College: Temple University

Hometown: Philadelphia

Podiatric Specialty: Flatfoot Reconstruction

Personal Info: I like playing sports, particularly basketball, watching movies, and fixing computers.

Why this Program: I was drawn to this program because it exposes you to not only all the different aspects of podiatry, but also medicine in general, to make you a more well rounded doctor upon completion of the program.

Erica SuprenantErica Suprenant

Email: erica.suprenant@gmail.com

Medical School: Scholl

Undergraduate College: The Ohio State University

Hometown: Dayton, OH

Podiatric Specialty: Wound Care

Personal Information: I am a huge animal lover and enjoy going to the nearby zoo. I am also a PADI certified scuba diver, a balloon artist, and cake decorator.

Why this Program? After spending the past eight years living in large cities, I was ready to get back to suburban living, and Buffalo was just the place. Everyone at Sisters of Charity Hospital was very welcoming and excited about teaching. I was also impressed with the academics and workshops offered. Most important to me was the high quality of wound care exposure the residents get.

PGY-2

Jason KeltyJason Kelty

Email:  jasonkelty@gmail.com

Medical School: Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine

Undergraduate College: Xavier Unversity

Hometown: Wadsworth, OH

Personal Info: I am a big fan of Cleveland sports, Ohio State football and Xavier basketball. I also enjoy jogging, playing basketball and tennis, reading, and spending time with family and friends.

Why this Program? It's a grossly overused term, but this program truly provides its residents with a very well rounded podiatric education. With the private office experience, daily group rounds, weekly didactic sessions, monthly journal club, excellent outside rotations and robust surgical exposure, this is a program that produces podiatrists who are more than prepared to practice successfully.

Moody MankeriousMoody Mankerious

Email: moodyasham@gmail.com

Medical School: Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine

Undergraduate College: University of Texas at Arlington

Hometown: Arlington, Texas

Podiatric Specialty: Sports Medicine 

Personal Info: I was born and raised in Cairo, Egypt and moved to the US to continue my high school, undergrad and medical school. I enjoy soccer, photography, and filmmaking.

Why this program? Upon my visit to this program, I felt a friendly environment from residents and attending doctors. Also, I believe this is a well-balanced program with good training.

Christopher SheenaChristopher Sheena

Email: christophersheena@gmail.com

Medical School: Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine, Class of 2013

Undergraduate College: Wayne State University

Hometown: West Bloomfield, Michigan

Podiatric Specialty: Sports Medicine, Surgery

Personal Info: Born and raised in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, I am the oldest of 3 children and the first to become a physician in my family. I gravitated towards podiatry after many sprained ankles playing soccer growing up.  I am a big Detroit sports fan and in my free time, I enjoy watching/playing sports, working out, movies, ping pong, and heading home to see family and friends.

Why this program? This program seemed to be a perfect fit. Sisters of Charity Hospital provides its residents the resources to become well-rounded clinicians and surgeons. With a resident-run clinic and broad surgical experience, I believe this program will prepare me for the real world. The attending physicians are always ready and willing to teach, giving me a unique insight to their trained eye. In addition, journal clubs and weekly medicine lectures allow the residents to expand their knowledge in all fields of medicine.

PGY-3

Ashley BojrabAshley Bojrab

Email: ambojrab@gmail.com 

Medical School: The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Class of 2012

Undergraduate College: Indiana University, Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Hometown: Fort Wayne, Indiana

Podiatric Specialty: General Podiatry

Personal Info: Growing up in the midwest, I became very passionate about traveling and exploring the outside world. I am from a large Lebanese family with many relatives in the healthcare field and chose to follow in my sister's footsteps to become a podiatrist. I am a huge Colt's fan. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, going to movies, playing tennis, or just sitting outside by a nice fire at the lake.

Why this Program? Upon my many visits to Sisters of Charity Hospital, I was able to experience the interaction between the doctors and the residents. They showed great knowledge, dedication, and respect not only to their patients but their residents too. I found Sisters to have the trifecta that I was looking for in a program. It is well rounded in academics, surgical skills, and clinical assessment. Something I found unique to the program is the resident-run clinic and how well it prepares its residents for their future career.

Sara MahmoodSara Mahmood

Email: smahmoodchs@gmail.com

Medical School: Temple University College of Podiatric Medicine

Undergraduate College: University of Washington

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Podiatric Specialty: Diabetic Limb Salvage 

Personal Info: I enjoy running and volunteering throughout the community.

Why this program?

The friendly attendings/staff at this program.