PGY 7 Loyola University Of Chicago Stritch School Of Medicine
Claire Liepmann is a current Pediatric ID fellow anticipated to graduate in June 2023. She attended Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine prior to completing a combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, MI. Her interests lie primarily in global health which is one of the main reasons she chose to do fellowship at Indiana University where there is exciting clinical and research work happening in global health. Her current research is mentored by Dr. Andrea Conroy and focuses on malaria associated kidney disease and recovery. The department is also supporting her to become certified in clinical tropical medicine by the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. When not at work she enjoys exploring the outdoors with her dog Quantum, intermittent crafting, and traveling the world.
PGY 5 Liberty University College Of Osteopathic Medicine
After earning a B.S in Mathematics at Wake Forest University and graduating medical school at Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Shannon's medical training brought her to the Midwest where she completed pediatric residency at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at Ascension St. Vincent. Shannon chose to pursue fellowship at Riley Hospital for Children because of the warm and welcoming personality of the division as well as the diversity of interesting cases seen at such a large children's hospital. Her interests in pediatric infectious disease include global health, antimicrobial stewardship, and medical student/resident education. Outside of the hospital, Shannon enjoys spending time with her husband (a surgery resident) and newborn son as well as their two dogs, Halpert and Mosby.
Aneesha Kamath is a dual internal medicine-pediatrics fellow studying infectious disease. She is a "lifer," having completed her undergraduate, medical school, and residency training through Indiana University. She chose to continue her training at IU based on her wonderful experiences as a resident with infectious disease faculty and fellows on both the adult and pediatric sides. Aneesha is passionate about global health and mitigating health disparities. She enjoys caring for the diverse population served by our fellowship program. Aneesha loves the mystery-solving aspect of infectious disease as well as the joy in medicine of helping patients feel better. Outside of the hospital, she likes spending time with her husband (a radiology resident), two cats, and dog as well as reading, eating ice cream, and traveling.
Kirsten K. Prabhudas-Strycker, MD
PGY 7 Indiana University School of Medicine
Kirsten Prabhudas-Strycker is a dual internal medicine-pediatrics fellow studying infectious diseases and global health. She attended undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame and completed her medical degree and residency at Indiana University. Her primary interests lie in global health, education, infection prevention and stewardship. She loves infectious diseases as a specialty because she loves making such a big difference in patients' lives, focusing on prevention and quality, and thinks the questions answered within infectious diseases are interesting. In her free time, Kirsten enjoys swimming, biking, reading sci-fi/fantasy novels, and cooking/baking.
Physicians interested in applying for a Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Global Health Fellowship at IU School of Medicine can submit an application through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).