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Meet the residents

 

The VCU Department of Ophthalmology welcomes three residents each year for a total of nine in our 36-month program.

 

Third-year residents (PGY-4)

Michael Wallace, MD - White coatMichael T. Wallace, M.D.

Undergraduate school: Freed-Hardeman University
Medical school: University of Alabama School of Medicine
Internship: University of Alabama Hospital

 

John Chuong Le, MD - White CoatJohn Chuong Le, M.D.

Undergraduate school: Virginia Commonwealth University
Medical school: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Internship: Virginia Commonwealth University Health System

 

Adam Pflugrath - White coatAdam E. Pflugrath, M.D.

Undergraduate school: William & Mary
Medical school: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Internship: Virginia Commonwealth University Health System

 

Second -year residents (PGY-3)

Jason Papas, MDJason Papas, M.D.

Undergraduate school: University of Akron
Medical school: Northeast Ohio Medical University
Internship: Summa Akron City Hospital

 

Samara Wasim, MDWasim Samara, M.D.

Undergraduate school: University of Jordan
Medical school: University of Jordan Faculty of Medicine
Internship: Saint Agnes Hospital

 

Michelle White, MDJulia Michelle White, M.D.

Undergraduate school: Georgetown University
Medical school: Georgetown School of Medicine
Internship: MedStar Harbor Hospital

 

First -year residents (PGY-2)

Sergei Dmitruk-cropSergei V. Dmitruk, M.D.

Undergraduate School: University of Colorado
Medical School: University of Colorado Medical School
Internship: Riverside County Regional Medical Center

 

Timothy Holley-cropTimothy “Daniel” Holley, M.D.

Undergraduate School: University of Florida
Medical School: FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
Internship: University of Central Florida College of Medicine

 

Sumeet Jindal-cropSumeet Jindal, M.D.

Undergraduate School: East Carolina University
Medical School: Brody School of Medicine
Internship: Grand Strand Medical Center

 

The size of the residency program fosters a cohesive unit of young doctors that are enjoyable to train with and allows each resident to reach surgical numbers that far exceed the national average. – Charlie Thompson, residency Class of 2012