Our Graduates

Our graduates have entered a variety of careers over the past 20 years, including administration, primary care, hospital medicine, subspecialty practice, health sciences research, and private practice. During the past five years, roughly half of our residents practice primary care Med-Peds with an increasing number of graduates entering the field of hospital medicine or completing further subspecialty training in single and dual specialties. The training you receive in our program is very well balanced and will prepare you for endless career options.

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Graduate Spotlight

Alumni of the Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program go on to pursue a diverse range of careers and opportunities after graduation. Meet a few of our graduates and find out what they are doing now.

Adam DuVall, MD - Class of 2016

Adult and Pediatric Oncology and Pediatric Hematology at University of Chicago

Dr. Adam DuVall trained in both adult and pediatric oncology (and pediatric hematology) at OHSU. Dr. DuVall is now junior faculty at the University of Chicago, with a focus on AYA cancer. He does psychosocial research and examines patient reported outcomes and health-related quality of life measures in prospective clinical trials.

Cuoghi Edens, MD - Class of 2014

Adult and Pediatric Rheumatology at University of Chicago

Dr. Cuoghi Edens is a combined adult and pediatric rheumatologist. Dr. Edens completed her dual rheumatology training in Cleveland at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital/University Hospital and is now an assistant professor at the University of Chicago where she is also the pediatric rheumatology program director.  Dr. Edens has a special interest in rheumatic diseases in children and ensuring their health care as they transition into adulthood. She is also interested in the interplay between reproductive health, pregnancy, and rheumatic diseases. Dr. Edens uniquely cares for pregnant women with rheumatic diseases and conducts research in this area.

Jennifer Hasvold, MD - Class of 2014

Adult Hospitalist in Rapid City, South Dakota

Dr. Jennifer Hasvold moved back to her hometown in South Dakota after finishing residency at the University of Michigan and currently works as an IM hospitalist. Dr. Hasvold worked in outpatient pediatrics for six years before stepping back to take on her current role of post-clerkship curriculum director for the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine.

Jeanne Rittschof, MD - Class of 2013

Indian Health Services in Shiprock, New Mexico

Dr. Jeanne Rittschof works at the Northern Navajo Medical Center in Shiprock, New Mexico where she enjoys serving the Dine people. Dr. Rittschof lives on the Navajo Nation which is in the four corners area of the southwest. She practices the full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient medicine-pediatrics care where she incorporates the training she received from the University of Michigan.

Karina Whelan, MD - Class of 2017

Adult Primary Care at University of North Carolina

Dr. Karina Whelan is currently faculty in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of General Medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Dr. Whelan splits her time between her faculty primary care practice, teaching medical students, and working on quality improvement. She is the clerkship co-director for the integrated outpatient primary care clerkship, or Community Based Longitudinal Care Rotation. Dr. Whelan is also responsible for teaching and implementing the medical student quality improvement curriculum during this block. Her QI work focuses primarily on health equity in the primary care setting.

Sam Wilson, MD - Class of 2018

Adult Hematology and Adult and Pediatric Oncology at University of North Carolina

Dr. Sam Wilson is finishing up combined fellowship training in pediatric hematology/oncology and medicine hematology. Dr. Wilson will be staying on as faculty at the University of North Carolina, with a research focus and career interest in the aging-related complications in sickle cell disease. In addition to managing individuals with sickle cell disease, he will be seeing individuals with non-malignant hematological disorders.