Kenneth Chin, M.D.
Home Town: Portland, ME
College: Northeastern University
Medical School: Tufts University
Career Plans: General Internal Medicine
Bio: Ken was born and raised in Portland, ME. He attended Northeastern University in Boston, MA where he studied Biology and Religious Studies. After college he worked at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where his work investigated pathogenic mechanisms and identifying targeted therapies in ovarian cancer. He stayed in Boston for Medical school where he attended Tufts University School of Medicine as a part of the Maine Track program. His experience in rural internal medicine in Maine lead to his desire to pursue a career in general internal medicine with the hopes to continue working in medical education. Ken met his wife, who is from the Rochester area, while at school in Boston and they have two sons. In his free time, other than playing with his kids, Ken tries to work on his dream career as a professional golfer, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, yoga and love for all things Boston sports (which is tough to be in Bills country)”
Michael Hannon, M.D.
Home Town: Danville, PA
College: St. Vincent College
Medical School: Penn State University
Career Plans: Critical Care / Cardiology
Bio: Mike grew up in Danville, PA and attended St. Vincent College in Latrobe PA where he majored in Biology and ran on the cross country and track teams. He has continued to run throughout medical school and residency and has participated in the Boston Marathon multiple times and also run several ultramarathons. He was originally drawn to apply the University of Rochester for training due to family in the area. On interview day he loved the opportunities and friendly people here and was fortunate to be able to train here. He is interested in ultrasound and is active in teaching the basics of it use to others. In addition to running he enjoys cycling, skiing, sailing, and waterskiing in Finger Lakes. Mike plans to pursue fellowship training in Cardiology and Critical Care with hope of working in CVICUs and Medical ICUs one day.
Rosaleen Petroccione, D.O.
Home Town: East Greenbush, NY
College: Cornell University
Medical School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Career Plans: Hematology/Oncology
Bio: Rosaleen grew up near Albany, New York. She completed her bachelors of science in Ithaca, NY at Cornell University in food science and nutrition. She then returned to Albany for a year to work as a medical technician prior to medical school. She completed medical school in Erie, PA, where she met her future husband and decided to pursue a career in Internal Medicine. University of Rochester's emphasis on medical education and collegial atmosphere initially drew Rosaleen to Rochester, and she was thrilled to continue her medical education at URMC for her Internal Medicine residency. After her chief resident year, Rosaleen plans to pursue a career in hematology/oncology with focus on medical education. She lives with her husband, who is currently a procedural hospitalist at URMC, and her dog. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, running, cooking, and rock climbing.
Dominick Roto D.O.
Home Town: Eastford, CT
College: Providence College
Medical School: U. New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Career Plans: Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Bio: Dom grew up in northeastern CT in the rural town of Eastford. He attended Providence College for undergrad where he majored in Psychology and History. He went on to do a post-bac at the University of Rochester, and then attended medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. He was drawn to URMC for residency because of the fantastic teaching faculty, diversity of the patient population that presents to the hospital, and the great group of residents within the program. After chief year, Dom plans to pursue a fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Outside of the hospital he enjoys cooking, exercising, and spending time with his wife and dog.