Our graduates are comfortable entering private practice, but many pursue fellowship opportunities. Recent alumni have entered into a variety of fellowships.


Graduation Year​


R. Bleicher, MD​ ​1999-2000 ​Oncology Fellowship - John Wayne Cancer Center
E. Burton, MD​ ​2009-2010 ​Cardiovascular & Thoracic Fellowship - University of North Carolina
​G. Chu, MD ​2013-2014 ​​Colorectal Fellowship - St. Vincent Hospital, Erie, PA
H. Gonzalez, MD​ ​2012-2011

​Minimally Invasive Fellowship - Milwaukee, WI

​J. Houda, MD ​2007-2008 ​Cardiovascular & Thoracic Fellowship - Allegheny General Hospital
​D. Kwazneski, MD ​2014-2015 ​Critical Care, Burn Fellowship - University of Florida Health
​M. Lee, MD ​1992-1993 ​Cardiovascular Thoracic Fellowship - Indiana University
​D. Lomago, MD ​1999-2000 ​Cardiovascular Thoracic Fellowship - Indiana University
​V. Malit, MD ​2012-2013 ​Minimally Invasive Fellowship - Lond Island Jewish Hospital
M. Massie, MD​ ​1994-1995 ​Vascular Surgery Fellowship - University of Massachusetts
​T. McIntyre, MD ​2003-2004 ​Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship - Boston, MA
​S. McKenna, MD ​1996-1997 ​Plastic Residency Program - Temple University
J. Means, MD​ ​2004-2005 ​Laparoscopic Fellowship - Duke University
​C. Myers, MD ​2006-2007 ​Minimally Invasive Fellowship - Duke University
T. Opperman, MD​ ​2007-2008 ​Minimally Invasive Fellowship - Methodist Hospital, Houston TX
​S. Parvanthaneni, MD ​1996-1997 ​Cardiovascular Thoracic Fellowship - Loyola, Chicago, IL
​A. Pierce, MD ​1993-1994 ​Cardiovascular Thoracic Fellowship - Albany, NY
​F. Puckett, MD 2006-2007​ ​Cardiovascular & Thoracic Fellowship - Carolina Medical Center, NC
​N. Reddy, MD ​2012-2013 ​Thoracic Fellowship - UPMC Presbyterian
​M. Ryan Reidy, MD ​2014-2015 ​Cardiothoracic Fellowship - The Texas Heart Institute 
​J. Robinson, MD ​2006-2007 ​Plastic Surgery Fellowship - MUSC, Charleston, SC
​H. Roozrokh, MD ​2002-2003 ​Liver Transplant Fellowship - Stanford University
​T. Short, MD 2010-2011 Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship - Little Rock AK​ and Burn Fellowship, Chapel Hill, NC
​C. Six, DO ​2011-2012 ​Critical Care Surgery Fellowship - University of Pittsburgh
​R. Subbarayan, MD ​2012-2013 ​​Vascular Fellowship - Medical College of Wisconsin
​A. Werner, MD ​1995-1996 ​Vascular and Intravascular Fellowship - Arizona Heart Institute
​J. Young, MD 2010-2011 ​Breast Fellowship - Rosewell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, NY
B. Yucisin, MD​ ​2007-2008 ​Minimally Invasive Fellowship - Duke University
​C. Zaw-Mon, MD ​2005-2006 ​Critical Care Trauma Fellowship - Denver General, Denver, CO


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UPMC Mercy General Surgery Residency Program
Department of Surgery
UPMC Mercy
1400 Locust Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Kurt R. Stahlfeld, M.D., Program Director

Lisa Herald, GME Senior Department Manager

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