Aasheesh Kanwar, M.D.
Dr. Kanwar is a PGY-4 resident in the Department of Radiation Medicine. He received a medical degree from Texas Tech University Science Center of Medicine and completed his internship year in internal medicine at St. Mary’s Medical Center.
His research focuses on the application of clinical and imaging informatics (radiomics) to improve prediction of treatment response and radiation toxicities.
Christopher Deig, M.D.
Dr. Deig is a PGY-4 resident in the Department of Radiation Medicine. He received a medical degree from Indiana University and completed his internship year at the Colorado Health Foundation.
He is interested in exploring the role of cell free DNA as a biomarker to detect and monitor malignancies and refining our understanding of SBRT as a tool to treat early stage non-small cell lung cancer and hepatocellular carcinoma.
Carl Post, M.D.
Dr. Post is a PGY-3 resident in the Department of Radiation Medicine. He received a medical degree from University of Nebraska College of Medicine and a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He completed his internship year at Presence Saint Francis Hospital.
Hans Kim, M.D.
Dr. Kim is a PGY-3 resident in the Department of Radiation Medicine. He received a medical degree from State University of New York Upstate Medical University, a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from University of Pennsylvania, and a degree in biology and chemistry from Ajou University in South Korea. He completed his internship year with OHSU's surgery department.
He is interested in conducting metabolomic research studies (the study of the metabolome, coined as an analogy with the genome, proteome, etc.), in vitro and in vivo, using various types of cell cultures and perfused organs in the context of radiation induced oxidative stress.
Jehan Yahya, M.D.
Dr. Yahya is a PGY-2 resident in the Department of Radiation Medicine. She received her medical degree from Oregon Health and Science University and completed her internship year at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. In addition to her medical degree, Dr. Yahya has a bachelor’s degree in biology and Hispanic studies, as well as a minor in chemistry from Lewis and Clark College in Portland.
She is fluent in American Sign Language, Arabic, English and Spanish, and knows some Italian and Portuguese.
Kim Ohaegbulam, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Ohaegbulam is a PGY-2 resident in the Department of Radiation Medicine. He received hhis medical degree (M.D./Ph.D.) from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed his internship year in medicine at Hofstra/Northwell in Forest Hills, New York. In addition to hismedical degree, Dr. Ohaegbulam has a bachelor’s degree in biomedical science from the University of South Florida and a master’s degree in biomedical science from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. Ohaegbulam completed a two month Global Health Fellowship for Medical Spanish and Clinical Medicine in San Jose, Costa Rica in spring 2019.
Our program has a broad and flexible research focus that includes health services and outcomes-based research, clinical and translational research, as well as basic science research opportunities within OHSU community. Our goal is to provide an opportunity to garner a meaningful research experience during the critical years of residency training. Learn more about what our current residents are investigating.
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