NEW FELLOWS

 

Welcome to our new fellows!

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Imane Chibane, MD
Brain Injury Medicine Fellow

Dr. Chibane is board certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Neurology. She studied Medicine at Laval University in Quebec City and completed her Residency in Neurology at the University of Montreal. 

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Katherine Power, MD
Cancer Rehabilitation Fellow

Dr. Power grew up on the shore in New Jersey where she spent a lot of her free time jogging and biking.  She went on to receive a bachelor of arts degree from the College of Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.  During her time as an undergraduate, she spent a year studying biology at the University of Melbourne in Australia.  After graduation, she spent a year in a post-baccalaureate premedical program at the University of Pennsylvania.  She went on to attend medical school at St. George's University in Grenada, West Indies.  She then completed her intern year in internal medicine at Jersey Shore University Hospital, the hospital where she was born.  Dr. Power recently finished her physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at Montefiore Medical Center in New York.  During her residency she spent a month rotating at MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital, learning more about Cancer Rehabilitation.  She is happy to be this year's Cancer Rehabilitation Fellow and excited to be living in Washington DC where she is back to jogging and biking in her free time.  

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R. Dallin Thomas, DO
Sports Medicine Fellow

Dallin Thomas is a graduate of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine-GA Campus.  He trained in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in the National Capital Consortium at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.  He has been practicing since 2013 and specializes in musculoskeletal medicine that includes dynamic Ultrasound (US) evaluations, US & Fluorscopic guided injections and amputee care.  He is also interested in sports and regenerative medicine.   He is currently a Sports Medicine Fellow at Georgetown University Hospital. 

He is the husband of 9 years to a beautiful landscape designer and the mother of their four children.  He is an active duty Captain in the United States Army.  He loves service and believes that no one is ever too busy to serve.  

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Jessalynn Adam, MD
Sports Medicine Fellow