Resident Snapshots


Resident, PGY-1

Jody Platto was born and raised in the suburbs of NYC and attending high school in Hanover, NH. After high school, Jody spent her formative years competing at elite levels of equestrian sport (eventing) and later studying and teaching foundational horsemanship. Insatiable curiosity brought her back to formal education and she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wellesley College with a BA and honors in neuroscience before earning her MD from the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson. During medical school, Jody’s passion for the sciences of learning and teaching motivated her to pursue a concurrent Masters of Medical Sciences in Medical Education with Harvard Medical School. Professionally, Jody aims to practice Sports Psychiatry while continuing to contribute to advancing medical education. Personally, Jody enjoys dabbling in triathlon and marathon training, writing, knitting, and time with family and friends. 

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Resident, PGY-2

Katie Fellows was born and raised in Reno, Nevada and was fortunate to receive her Bachelors of Science in the field of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology followed by her medical degree both from the University of Nevada Reno. Professionally, Katie has a strong interest in Inpatient adult medicine and academic medicine and finds teaching to be the most rewarding part of the job. In her free time, she enjoys woodworking, traveling, and hiking with her husband and her dogs.

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Resident, PGY-3

Kimi went to University of Washington for undergraduate and went to Chicago Medical School for her MD degree. Her professional interests include addiction psychiatry, forensic psychiatry as well as emergency psychiatry. Her personal interests include hiking, camping, video games, and finding good food.

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Resident, PGY-4

Born in Vietnam, Trung, or Jack as he prefers, moved to the Bay area when he turned 11. After spending some time there, he moved to Missouri where he attended St. Louis University and received his Bachelor’s in Biological Sciences with a Minor in Anthropology. Jack received his medical degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and his current professional interests include Adolescent Psychiatry with an emphasis in LGBTQ+ and Asian American mental health. He is deeply passionate about the intersections of race, gender, and ethnicity as they relate to mental health and loves to learn more about those subjects. In his free time, Jack loves to cook different Vietnamese dishes and learn choreography to the newest K-Pop videos. He also enjoys hiking the magnificent trails of Tucson in quest of finding the perfect Instagram spot.

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