Enjae Jung, M.D.

Clerkship Director

Enjae Jung, M.D.Enjae Jung, M.D. joined the OHSU Division of Vascular Surgery in 2014. Originally a Washington state native, she obtained her medical degree in 2006 from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. She completed both her general surgery residency and her vascular surgery fellowship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, also in St. Louis. During her time as a resident, she was honored with the Resident Teaching Award as well as the Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the medical school. Her husband, Timothy Hullar, M.D., is also a surgeon and operates within OHSU's Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery.

Kayvan Roayaie, M.D., Ph.D.

Clerkship Associate Director

Kayvan Roayaie, M.D., Ph.D., Clerkship Associate DirectorKayvan Roayaie, M.D., Ph.D. joined the Department of Surgery faculty at OHSU in October 2010 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Abdominal Organ Transplantation. Dr. Roayaie earned his baccalaureate degree in biochemistry at Rutgers University in 1991. He then pursued graduate studies as a Howard Hughes Medical Institute pre-doctoral fellow in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of California, San Francisco. He earned his doctorate in 1996, focusing on the molecular biology and genetics of signal transduction in sensory neurons. Dr. Roayaie attended medical school at UCSF, and obtained his medical degree in 2000. He remained at UCSF where he completed a residency in general surgery in 2006. During his residency, he co-founded the UCSF Surgery Global Health Program and participated in medical student education, earning the Class of 2007 Teaching Award. Dr. Roayaie was a clinical transplant fellow at UCSF and completed his fellowship training with the Division of Transplantation in 2008. 

Marci Jo Carlton

Student Coordinator
Vice-Chair, Association for Surgical Education Coordinators Group

Marci Jo Carlton, Department of Surgery Medical Student CoordinatorMarci Jo was born in Portland, Oregon. As the daughter of an Air Force officer, she lived in various states throughout her life. During her time in Central California she attended Modesto College where she earned her certification in Medical Assisting. Marci Jo also has a certification in Phlebotomy and Leadership Training. She is always looking for ways to improve her skills and learn new things. Currently, Marci Jo serves as vice chair for the Association for Surgical Education Coordinators Group, as well as secretary on three executive boards and is a member of several committees. She also maintains an active role in her church. In her free time, Marci Jo enjoys spending time with her two adult sons, reading, singing, acting, going to the beach, taking trips with her mom and hanging out with friends.