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New Pediatrics Fellows (2021-2022)

Tuesday, December 29, 2020
McGovern Davison Children's Health Center

The Duke Department of Pediatrics fellowship programs are designed to provide outstanding training to prepare our fellows to excel as sub-specialty clinicians, researchers, and teachers within the field of pediatrics. The department currently trains fellows in a wide variety of sub-specialty programs. These programs combine independent learning with modern clinical training, faculty mentoring, didactic instructions and top-notch research. Each program offers a variety of options for interested fellows, such as a focus on clinical expertise, research, subspecialty areas, or multidisciplinary proficiency.

Welcome to our newest group of fellows who will arrive in July 2021.

Allergy and Immunology

Nicole Koutlas, MD
Residency: Duke University Medical Center

Geoffrey Hall, DO
Residency/Chief Residency: University of Maryland
Cardiology

Henry Foote, MD
Residency: Duke University Medical Center

Meredith Soy, MD
Residency: Duke University Medical Center
Critical Care Medicine
Leon Bederman, MD
Residency/Chief Residancy: Emory University
Elizabeth Thompson, MD
Residency: Duke University Medical Center
Fellowship: Duke University Medical Center (Cardiology)
Joe Zakhar, MD
Residency: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Fellowship: University of Colorado Medical Center (Cardiology)
Endocrinology
Kathryn Blew, MD
Residency: Duke University Medical Center
Gastroenterology
Danielle Clark, MD
Residency: Duke University Medical Center
Hematology-Oncology

Hutton Clark Chapman, MD
Residency: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Alexandra Huy, MD
Residency: West Virginia University / Charleston Medical Center
Infectious Diseases

Hani Hatab, MD
Residency: Harlem Hospital Center

Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Elizabeth Heyward, MD
Residency: University of Arkansas Medical Sciences
Fellowship: Duke University Medical Center (Infant Complex Care)
Denise Helena Moreira, MD
Residency: Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Ashley Stark, MD
Residency: Duke University Medical Center
Rheumatology
Caitlan Swaffer, MD
Residency: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill