Sue Ellen presents a clinical unknown to Nick, Jennifer, and Dan
Nicholas Hornstein is a PGY-3 at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, earned his undergraduate degree from Brandeis University, and graduated from Columbia University with an MD and a PhD in Computational Biology. He has a passion for climbing, cooking, furry animals, and the advancement of medical genomics/technology. He will be furthering his education next year with a Fellowship in Hematology Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center and couldn’t be more excited.
Suellen Li is a PGY-2 internal medicine resident at Massachusetts General Hospital. She grew up in Roanoke, VA and attended Duke University, where she studied Environmental Sciences & Policy and Global Health. She then moved to Chicago to complete medical school at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. After finishing residency, she hopes to pursue a career in hospital medicine. In her free time, she enjoys reading, eating chips and being a cat mom.
Jennifer Plotkin is a PGY2 in internal medicine at UCLA. She was born and raised in Los Angeles. She attended MIT for undergrad where she majored in Chemistry. She completed her medical school training at Johns Hopkins. She loves internal medicine for its problem solving and meaningful therapeutic relationships with patients. Her interests include primary care, endocrinology, and medical education, particularly in the veteran population. Outside of medicine, she enjoys running, rooting for the Lakers and Dodgers, and exploring restaurants.