Raha and Shub join #PrezSharmin to tackle a clinical unknown presented by Carlos
Shub Agrawal is a PGY-2 at Emory’s J. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine Residency. She grew up in Athens, GA and attended New York University for undergraduate degrees in neuroscience and anthropology. She attended the AU UGA Medical Partnership for medical school where she first became passionate about medical education. She is currently doing medical education research about how to best use podcasts in UME and GME curriculum. She hopes to spend her career teaching and designing curriculum in academic medicine. Outside of medicine, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends and imagining all the trips she will take once it is safe to travel again!
Raha Sadjadi is a PGY2 internal medicine resident at Emory University School of Medicine. She grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended UC Berkeley for undergrad. After spending her whole life in the Bay Area, she moved to Atlanta to complete medical school at Emory University. At Emory she pursued her passion for caring for underserved populations while rotating at Grady Hospital and she found wonderful mentors invested in her growth as a physician and human. For these very reasons, she remained at Emory to complete her internal medicine residency. She is interested in transplant hepatology and in reducing healthcare disparities.
Carlos Rubiano is an Inpatient Medicine chief at UNC Hospitals where he also completed his internal medicine residency training. Prior to moving to North Carolina with his wife with whom he couples matched with, he completed his medical school training at Florida State University and undergraduate training in Biology at Florida Gulf Coast University. In medicine, he has a particular interest in medical education and hopes to be a clinician-educator as a soon-to-be hospitalist and one day as an ID clinician. Outside of medicine he loves playing pickleball and invites everyone to try this booming sport.