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Sarah Anderson

Sarah graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from Belmont University in 2017.  Since graduating, she has had the opportunity to work both in an emergency department and oncology office, gaining knowledge and experiences that have helped solidify her desire to apply to Physician Assistant school.  She is excited about the opportunity to work for Dr. Carter and learn all she can about plastic and reconstructive surgery.  In her free time, Sarah loves spending time with friends and family, traveling, and being outdoors.


Christine Antoniou

Christine graduated with a degree in Biology and Creative Writing from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was a member of the volunteer campus EMS squad.  Following undergrad, Christine spent several years working as a Community Health Worker serving low-income, vulnerable patients in rural Maryland.  Most recently, she completed a Master’s in Physiology from Georgetown University.  She also serves as a program coordinator and mentor for the S2M2 Program, a STEM mentorship program for high school students from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested in careers healthcare and medicine.  In addition, she serves on the Coaches Committee for KEEN, an organization that empowers youth with disabilities through free, non-competitive programs of exercise, fitness, and fun.  In her free time, Christine enjoys live music, working out, and spending time with her loved ones, including her two cats and her family’s shiba inu.  Christine is applying to medical school this year and is grateful for the opportunity to learn about plastic and reconstructive surgery with Dr. Carter as a mentor.


Maria-Fernanda Baragano

Maria-Fernanda graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2021 with B.S. in Biology and Anthropology and a minor in Chemistry on a Pre-Medicine track. Maria-Fernanda plans to further her education by applying to medical schools to pursue her passion for medicine. She is looking forward to working for Dr. Carter and learn all that she can about plastic and reconstructive surgery. Outside of work, Maria-Fernanda volunteers weekly with Elevate Elite AAU Basketball Organization, helping coach a sixth-grade girls basketball team. In her free time, Maria-Fernanda enjoys going to the gym, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends.

 


Emily Hester

Emily graduated from Amherst College in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in History.  At Amherst, Emily was a captain and four-year member of the women’s soccer team.  After graduating, she spent two years working in politics, communications, and the law, before deciding to return to school to pursue her passion for health and wellness — completing her post-baccalaureate pre-medical requirements at American University (AU).  She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Nutrition Education at AU, and looks forward to using this knowledge as a healthcare provider in the future.  Emily has also served as an assistant soccer coach at her high school alma mater, and hopes to get back into coaching again in the future.  She spends her free time with friends and family, working out, or walking her dog Nola.  Emily most recently worked in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy, and is excited to explore the overlap between reconstructive surgery, nutrition, and orthopedics while learning from Dr. Carter.  She will be applying to nursing or PA school in the future.


Bailee Lambert                                  

Bailee graduated with a B.S. in Biology from the University of Maryland in 2022. She plans to further her education by applying to PA school to pursue her lifelong passion for medicine and helping others. During her time at the University of Maryland, she was a member of the Public Health Without Borders organization which partners with communities around the world to aid in addressing global health disparities. She was also both a volunteer and medical assistant in the non-profit women’s clinic, the Pregnancy Aid Center in College Park, MD, where she helped provide culturally sensitive and attentive medical care to low-income women, adolescents, and newborns. She is extremely excited to expand her medical knowledge and experience and learn all she can about plastic and reconstructive surgery from Dr. Carter. In her free time, Bailee enjoys cooking, going to the gym, spending time with family and friends, and searching for the world’s best queso.

 


Felicia Tan

Felicia graduated from University of Richmond with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and a minor in Healthcare Studies. During her time at University of Richmond, she was a proud member of Alpha Phi Omega, where she served with various non-profit organizations and engaged in leadership opportunities. Since graduating, she has had the opportunity to work in cardiology and internal medicine where she first gained valuable patient care experience and medical knowledge. She also volunteered as a medical assistant and worked as a clinical coordinator at the Culmore Clinic, a nonprofit free clinic that provides affordable and accessible healthcare to low-income and underserved populations in the Northern Virginia area. In addition, she was able to work with other healthcare providers at the diabetes clinic where she learned to properly educate patients to prioritize their nutrition and health. Felicia most recently worked in an urgent care setting which solidified her decision to apply for NP or PA schools in the near future. She is extremely excited to pursue her passion in medicine and learn all she can about plastic and reconstructive surgery from Dr. Carter. In her free time, Felicia enjoys going to concerts, traveling, exploring different cuisines, and spending quality time with friends and loved ones.


Amy Yuan

Amy graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Biology. In addition to working for Dr. Carter, she volunteers at the Catholic Charities Medical Clinic in Washington, D.C where she shadows and assists a general surgeon. To further her education and her desire to help others, she plans on applying to Physician Assistant School. She is excited to learn about plastic and reconstructive surgery from Dr. Carter. In her free time, Amy enjoys cooking, exercising, and traveling.