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Division of Rheumatology
1959 NE Pacific St
Health Science Bldg BB561
Campus Box 356428
Seattle, WA 98195

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Phone: 206-543-3414

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Current Fellows

Current Rheumatology Fellows

Academic Year 2015-2016

Laura Durcan, MD - Senior Fellow, BB546

Dr. Laura Durcan graduated from The School of Medicine, University College Dublin in 2006.She completed residency and fellowship in rheumatology and general internal medicine accredited by the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. She has completed further fellowship training in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) at Johns Hopkins. Her doctorate was awarded from Trinity College Dublin for work undertaken evaluating the effects of physical activity and obesity on patient reported outcomes in inflammatory arthritis. She has been part of the OMERACT gout group an has a particular interest in imaging as an outcome in clinical trials. Her present areas of clinical and research interest is SLE. 


Jenna Thomason, MD MPH - First Year Fellow, BB546

Dr. Jenna Thomason grew up in Georgia and attended the University of Georgia for her undergraduate education. She then moved down the road from Athens to Atlanta, where she earned both MD and MPH degrees from Emory School of Medicine and Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. The Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Washington brought her to Seattle, where her love of Rheumatology was fostered. She enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest, painting, cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs and the Seattle Sounders.


Daniel Moon, MD - First Year Fellow, BB546

Dr. Daniel Moon grew up in South Korea where he earned his medical degree from the Yonsei University College of Medicine. During his time in medical school, he participated as an undergraduate research fellow in the study of the effect of steroids on calcium channel in human nasal epithelium.

Subsequent to his graduation, Daniel spent three years in Korea's public health centers where he provided medical service in rural areas. His daily interactions peaked Daniel's interest in joint pain and chronic disease management. He fully pursued this curiosity while completing his medical residency training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY.

Daniel believes it is by focusing on a patient's inherent value and making all efforts to understand a patient's medical comprehension of their journey the best resolutions and goals can be discovered and met. In his free time, Daniel likes to get outdoors. With family ties to the area, he is extremely excited to be in Seattle and enjoy all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer


Judy Juo, MD - First Year Fellow, BB546

Dr. Judy Juo grew up in Taiwan and received her MD degree from Fu Jen Catholic University. She spent a year in Texas doing research before completing her residency in Danbury Hospital in Danbury, Connecticut.


Saima Kamran, MD - First Year Fellow, BB546

Dr. Saima Kamran attended Sindh Medical University for her medical school training. She completed her residency at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine in New York. She will start her fellowship training in November 2014.


Meghan Greenfield, MD - Second Year Fellow, BB546

Dr. Meghan Greenfield grew up in Florida and attended The University of Florida for undergraduate school (Go Gators!). She then completed medical school and residency in New York City, graduating from Mount Sinai Beth Israel Internal Medicine program. After making the long trip across the country, she is excited to call Seattle her new home. She enjoys exploring Seattle’s food scene, swimming and playing with her new puppy.


Uche Obih, MD - Second Year Fellow, BB546

Dr. Uche Obih grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana (Who Dat!) and received her bachelor's degree in biology from Xavier University of Louisiana. She completed her medical school at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans and continued on to do her internal medicine residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Tal Gazitt, MD - Third Year Fellow, BB546

Physician Scientist & Acting Instructor

Dr. Tal Gazitt completed her BS in biology at Emory University in Atlanta, a combined MD/MSc degree at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel and her residency in internal medicine at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, CA.




2014-201 Rheumatology Fellows, Program Director & Associate Program Director


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