Dr. Alexandra Rojek presents a Human Dx unknown to Arsalan and Duke residents – Drs. Stacy Bagrova & Micah Schub.
Dr. Alexandra Rojek
Alexandra Rojek is currently an internal medicine resident at the University of Chicago, interested in pursuing hematology/oncology with an interest in translational research. She attended Harvard University for her undergraduate education in chemical and physical biology, and then medical school at UCSF. During medical school, she developed an interest in medical education, particularly in her research on implicit bias in medical student evaluations. She has always had an interest in diagnostic reasoning and loves being a contributing editor at the Human Dx Project, and is excited to work with CPSolvers on sharing this case!
Dr. Micah Schub
Micah Schub is a third year internal medicine resident at Duke. He grew up in Los Angeles, CA and got his undergraduate degree in (slapping the) Double bass performance at the Juilliard School and a masters at the Manhattan school of music. He returned to LA to play in Cirque du Soleil’s “Iris” for a couple years before making a sharp turn and attending University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He is interested in nephrology, clinical reasoning and medical education. Outside of work, you can find him playing sweet tunes with his residency Weezer cover band “Wheezer.”
Dr. Stacy Bagrova
Stacy grew up in Donetsk, Ukraine and was lucky enough to move to the US just in time for college. She completed medical school at the University of Florida (Go Gators!). Currently, she is trying to learn as much as possible and provide lots of (mostly unsolicited) teaching to junior learners as a third-year medicine resident at Duke University Medical Center. Her ideal career combines clinical rheumatology and medical education focused on diagnostic reasoning. In her free time, she loves to get lost in a good mystery novel, cook or bake while tuning in to one of her favorite podcasts, or go for a run, listening to a 70s-80s classic rock mix.