Pain Medicine Fellow Placements

Congratulations to our 2018 Pain Fellowship graduates!

We wish them the best as they embark on their new careers.

Fellow Institution Location
Kevin Greer, M.D. Private Practice-Hess Orthopedics Harrisonburg, VA
Eli Harris, M.D. Private Practice-Hospital Pain Management, Saint Alphonsus Medical Group Nampa, ID
Kai-Ling Hsu, M.D. Private Practice-Kaiser Northern Virginia
James Liadis, M.D. Private Practice-Pain Clinic at the Shepherd Center Atlanta, GA
Joshua Morris, M.D. Private Practice-Pain Medicine and Anesthesia at Schneck Medical Center Seymour, IN

Congratulations to our 2017 Pain Fellowship graduates!

We wish them the best as they embark on their new careers.

Fellow Institution Location
Clayton Barhorst, M.D. Private Practice-Legacy Pain Tomball, TX
Tina Dailey, D.O. UVA Pain Management Center Charlottesville, VA
Brian Freed, D.O. Private Practice-Summit Medical Group Berkeley Heights, NJ
Bryan Kirby, M.D. Private Practice-Carrollton Orthopaedic Clinic Carrollton, GA
Jason Litt, M.D. Private Practice-Precision Orthopedics Gaithersburg, MD

Congratulations to our 2016 Pain Fellowship graduates!

We wish them the best as they embark on their new careers.

Fellow Institution Location
Joe DiChiara, D.O. Private Practice Knoxville, TN
David Hall, M.D. Private Practice Charleston, SC
Sung (Kevin) Im, M.D. Private Practice Los Angeles, CA
Michael Ingraham, M.D. Private Practice Norfolk, VA
Anna Irwin, D.O. UVA Pain Management Center (part-time) University of Virginia

Congratulations to our 2015 Pain Fellowship graduates!

We wish them the best as they embark on their new careers.

Fellow Institution Location
John Butz, M.D. Private Practice Rapid City, SD
Charles Clover, M.D. Private Practice Charlotte, NC
Brian Forzani, M.D. Private Practice Austin, TX
Reza Salajegheh, M.D. Attending Anesthesiologist University of Virginia PMC
Ruzbeh Toussi, D.O. Private Practice Fishersville, VA

Lynn R. Kohan, M.D., directs the Pain Medicine Fellowship. Fellows are interviewed and selected during the summer of the year preceding the fellowship year, in a highly competitive process. During most years, at least one fellow is a graduate of a residency in a field other than anesthesiology, most often Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation or Neurology.

More information about the pain medicine fellowship here.