Sindhuja Kadambi, MD
Dr. Sindhuja (“Sindhu”) Kadambi completed her undergraduate education in genetics at Rutgers University in New Jersey and then completed a master’s degree in neuroscience and cellular biology at the California Institute of Technology. Sindhu then returned to New Jersey to attend the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School prior to her joining the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Rochester. She received the T. Franklin Williams Award in 2017 for the most outstanding internal medicine resident in the geriatrics experience and has been active in the AGS resident chapter in Rochester. She has been conducting research, published, and presented on cancer care in older adults. Sindhu plans to pursue oncology fellowship training at the University of Rochester following her geriatric medicine fellowship to ultimately join the growing field of geriatric oncology.
Rebecca Kant, DO
Dr. Rebecca (“Becky”) Kant completed her undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame where she majored in psychology with a minor in Chinese. She then completed a study abroad program in Shanghai, China. Becky then went on to Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine for medical school before joining the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Colorado. She has already been active in geriatrics research as a resident physician and served as leader of the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) resident chapter in Colorado. She also assisted in planning the Resident and Fellow programs nationally for AGS. Becky is also an accomplished musician, playing the cello and performing internationally.
Kah Poh Loh, MD
Dr. Kah Poh (“Melissa”) Loh originally grew up in Malaysia and then completed her undergraduate education in biomedical science and medical school at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. She then went on to Internal Medicine Residency training at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. As a resident, she served as a leader in the AGS Resident Chapter at Baystate and co-chaired the resident’s section of the AGS nationally. Melissa then decided to pursue hematology/oncology fellowship at the University of Rochester. During this time she has enrolled in the master’s program in clinical investigation at the University of Rochester and has been active clinically, in research, and in publications in the field of geriatric oncology. She now joins the geriatric medicine fellowship following completion of three years of heme/onc training.