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Current Neonatal - Perinatal Medicine Fellows

New Fellows 2018
Welcome party for our first year fellows (2018)

Current Fellows

Blair GermainThird Year Fellow

Blair Germain, M.D.

Blair was born and raised in Brooklyn NY. She graduated from Binghamton University with a Bachelors degree in Molecular and Cell Biology. She then attended medical school at  the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Sint Marten. She completed her pediatric residency training at Goryeb Children's Hospital in Morristown, NJ. Blair's research interests include neonatal neurology and nutrition. She loves health and fitness and her favorite thing to do outside of fellowship is go to the gym or spend time with her nephews.

Jonna MarretThird Year Fellow

Jonna Marret, D.O.

Dr. Marret is from the small town of Cardwell, Missouri. She received her Bachelor of Science from Arkansas State University. She then went on to Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, Florida. After medical school, she completed her pediatric residency at Louisiana State University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her research interest is neonatal lung injury. Dr. Marret enjoys reading, spending time with her husband, Adam, and loves to visit family back home in Missouri and Arkansas.

George Third Year Fellow

Koshy M. George, M.B.B.S.
Dr. George is from Trivandrum, a city in South India. He attended medical school at The Government T.D. Medical College in Alappuzha, India. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX. His research interests include neonatal infectious diseases. He loves to travel, watch movies, listen to music and enjoys spending time at home and traveling with his wife.

Jason JacksonSecond Year Fellow

Jason Jackson, D.O.

Jason was born and raised in the small town of Bridgeport in central West Virginia. He attended West Virginia Wesleyan College where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in musical theatre performance after which he spent time traveling the country as a professional performer. He returned to complete his pre-medical studies at the University of Pittsburgh before attending medical school at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency at the former Miami Children’s Hospital, now Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, in Miami, FL. While in residency he became interested and active in the areas of health policy and QI, which he hopes to continue to develop throughout his time in Rochester. Outside of fellowship his interests include supporting live local music and theatre and traveling whenever possible.

Mallory PrideauxSecond Year Fellow

Mallory Prideaux, M.D.

Dr. Prideaux is from Houston, TX, although she moved around a lot during her childhood, including living in Venezuela for 5 years. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, and then attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX. She completed her pediatric residency at Maimonides Infants and Children's Hospital. Her research interests include neonatal HIE as well as graduate medical education. She enjoys reading, horseback riding, traveling, and spending time with her husband and her two cats.

Perihan UlemaSecond Year Fellow

Perihan Ulema, D.O.

Peri was born and raised along the Jersey Shore. She received a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry as well as French and Francophone Studies at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. She also spent a semester abroad in Avignon, France where she strengthened her mastery of the French language. Peri finished both graduate and medical school at UMDNJ/Rowan University in New Jersey where she published research on human telomerase activity.  She went on to complete her residency in Pediatrics at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, where she conducted research in neonatal neurology. In her free time, Peri enjoys traveling to new places and visiting her family and friends back home. She is excited to discover all that Rochester has to offer.

Diana HuangFirst Year Fellow

Diana Huang, M.D.

Diana was born and raised in New Jersey. She attended The College of New Jersey as a member of the 7-year accelerated BS/MD program, spending a year abroad at Oxford University. She then graduated from Rutgers University-New Jersey Medical School. She completed her pediatrics residency at Albert Einstein Medical College of Medicine at Jacobi Medical Center in Bronx, NY. In her free time, she likes eat, watch TV, and spend time playing video games with her husband.

Shiho KutsuwadaFirst Year Fellow

Shiho Kutsuwada, M.B.

Shiho is from Tokyo, Japan but she spent her childhood in Singapore for 6 years and in Los Angeles for 6 years. She graduated from the University of Toyama, School of Medicine and completed a transitional internship at Jichi Medical University Hospital followed by an internship at U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa in Japan. She completed her pediatric residency at Michigan State University/Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan, where she did research on the effect of antenatal corticosteroid on fluid and electrolyte balance. In her spare time, Shiho enjoys traveling, running and going to the gym.

Moina SnyderFirst Year Fellow

Moina Snyder, D.O.

Dr. Snyder was raised internationally between France and Oregon. After high school, she moved permanently to the US and attended Cornell University where she played basketball and received a Bachelor in Neurobiology with a minor in American Indian Studies. She attended Osteopathic medical school at A.T Still University SOMA and completed her pediatric residency at Driscoll Children’s Hospital in Corpus Christi Texas. Following her residency, she worked as a pediatric hospitalist for Valley Children’s Hospital in California where she developed an interest in healthcare policy as well as neonatal outreach and education in rural settings. Her other research interests include neuromorphology and developmental outcomes in the premature infant. In her free time, Dr. Snyder loves to travel the world, visit with friends and family, dance Argentine Tango, go horseback riding and explore Mother Nature’s gifts.