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Episode 143: Human Dx Unknown with Dan and UAB residents- headache in the time of COVID

Dr. John Alexander presents a Human Dx unknown to Dr. Courtney Wagner, Dr. Ryan Goetz, and Dan

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Courtney Wagner

Courtney Wagner is PGY-2 in Internal Medicine resident at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She is a Florida native and grew up in and around the water either swimming competitively, SCUBA diving, or fishing. She initially graduated from the University of Central Florida with a biological sciences degree and taught high school science before going back to school for nursing at the University of South Florida.  After gaining experience at the bedside as an ICU nurse, she pursued a career in medicine by returning to UCF for medical school. Currently interested in academic medicine with a heart for hospice and palliative and the geriatric population. She loves cooking, hiking, and triathlons, having completed over 60 races, including Ironman Cozumel. 

John Alexander

John Alexander is a PGY-2 internal medicine resident at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. He got his undergraduate degree in history from Rhodes College and graduated from William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine. His research interests include clinical and diagnostic reasoning and cardiology. He hopes to pursue a career in academic medicine. Outside of the hospital he enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. 

Ryan Goetz

Ryan Goetz is a second-year internal medicine resident at the University of Alabama Birmingham. He attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia. He wants to pursue a career in pulmonary/critical care medicine after completing his residency. His clinical/research interests include ventilator physiology/teaching, clinical reasoning, bronchiectasis, and ARDS. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys Orange Theory Fitness workouts, craft beer, and history podcasts.

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