Congratulations to our graduating R5s!

2016 Graduating R5s
From left: Todd Blumberg, M.D., Akash Gupta, M.D., Dayne Mickelson, M.D., Emily Harnden, M.D., Clifford Hou, M.D., Sean Haloman, M.D., and Jessica Telleria, M.D.

Congratulations to our graduating R5s! Thank you for your hard work and best of luck in your future pursuits!

Todd James Blumberg, M.D.
Following residency, Todd will complete a fellowship in pediatric orthopedics at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).  He plans to join an academic practice, either on the coasts or back home in Texas. 

Akash Gupta, M.D.
After residency, Akash will be completing a fellowship in Foot and Ankle at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, while his wife, Kelsey, finishes her Pediatric Nephrology fellowship at Seattle Children's Hospital. After fellowship, they plan to settle in the Pacific Northwest. 

Sean Paul Haloman, M.D.
After residency, Sean will move with his family to Los Angeles to complete a sports medicine fellowship at the Southern California Orthopaedic Institute (SCOI).  Upon completion, he and his wife, Elsa, plan to stay and practice in Southern California.  

Emily Claire Harnden, M.D.
After residency, Emily and her husband, Graham, will move to Taos, New Mexico, where she will complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Taos Orthopedic Institute.  Upon completion, Emily plans to practice General Orthopedics and Sports Medicine somewhere in the Mountain West.

Clifford Chenghwa Hou, M.D.
After Residency, Cliff and his wife, Jenny, will move to the Bay Area where he will complete a fellowship in sports medicine at the SOAR Medical Associates. Upon completion of fellowship, Cliff and Jenny hope to settle down on the West Coast.

Dayne Timothy Mickelson, M.D.
Following residency, Dayne and his family (wife Kelly, along with sons Bryce, 3, and Ayden, 1) will be moving to North Carolina where he will complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Duke University.  Upon completion of fellowship, they are planning to return to the Pacific Northwest.

Jessica Jewel Maxine Telleria, M.D.
Following residency, Jess and her boyfriend, Carlton, are moving to Boston where she will complete a Foot & Ankle fellowship at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. Thereafter they will return home to the greater northwest to establish their respective careers and enjoy the outdoors.