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Madeline Colter

Maddi Colter, MD

Hometown:

Medical School:  Kansas University SOM - Wichita

Interesting Fact

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Benjamin Gibson, MD

Hometown: Huntsville, AL

Medical School:  University of South Alabama

Why LSU Baton Rouge? Large ED with high volume to ensure great clinical experience

What would you be doing if you weren't doing Emergency Medicine? Farming

Interesting Fact: I’m an avid sportsman. I love fishing as well as duck, turkey, deer, and alligator hunting.

Alyssa Gonzales

Alyssa Gonzales, MD

Hometown: Miami, FL

Medical School:  San Juan Bautista SOM

Why LSU Baton Rouge? One of the main things I was looking for in a program is how much I clicked with the residents and faculty. I felt that immediate connection during my interview dinner.  

What do you do on your days off? Spend time with friends, brunch, and shopping  

Interesting Fact: Brunching should be considered an extreme sport.

Justin Hammett

Justin Hammett, MD

Hometown:

Medical School:  Eastern Virginia Medical School

Interesting Fact: I’m an outdoorsman.  If it involves the woods or the water I’m likely interested!

Seth Hebert

Seth Hebert, MD

Hometown: Pontchatoula, LA

Medical School:  LSU - New Orleans

Why LSU Baton Rouge? Lots of comradery among the residents, very diverse patient population, and the ability to see sick patients on day one.

What do you do on your days off? Anything outdoors, cooking, hanging out with friends.

Interesting Fact: Spent 5 years delivering foot-long hot dogs on roller skates.

Mitchell Hymowitz

Mitchell Hymowitz, MD

Hometown: Manhattan Beach, CA

Medical School:  UT San Antonio

Why LSU Baton Rouge? LSU Baton Rouge was so appealing because of the high acuity and volume that I knew I would see in my training.  Combine that with an open, approachable group of residents and I was sold. The program has proven to be well-rounded with excellent faculty and a push for early autonomy in clinical practice. I feel confident that I will be well prepared after residency.

EM interests? wilderness medicine, critical care

What would you be doing if you weren't doing Emergency Medicine? Probably living in the mountains in Colorado, snowboarding and skiing would be involved in winter

Random fact?

My grandpa won an Emmy award in sound editing

Tyler Lebouef

Tyler Lebouef, MD

Hometown: Thibodaux, LA

Medical School:  LSU - Shreveport

Why LSU Baton Rouge? I'm a South Louisianian at heart. I wanted to train here and take care of the people of Louisiana. This program has an incredible amount to offer, and I knew I'd receive top-notch training here.

What would you be doing if you weren't doing Emergency Medicine? Farmer

Five-year plan? Own several hundred acres of land

Random Fact: Red beans and rice makes up 20% of my body weight. I've been in school with the guy to the right of me since 2nd grade.

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Corey Melancon, MD

Hometown: Thibodaux, LA

Medical School:  LSU - Shreveport

Why LSU Baton Rouge? The faculty and residents were all so incredible. They made me feel at home on my away rotation. The independence given from day one intern year helps you grow tremendously as a growing clinician. An added bonus for me was that it’s close to home and close to all of my favorite things to do.

What would you be doing if you weren't doing Emergency Medicine? Probably running fishing charters or would have taken over my father’s business building guitars

What do you do on your days off? I absolutely love offshore fishing and run charters whenever I have time. I’m always cooking and love any time spent outdoors hunting, fishing or at the shooting range.

Random fact? I've been in school with the guy to the left of me since 2nd grade.

Sameer Mishra

Sameer Mishra, MD

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Medical School:  Morehouse SOM

Interesting Fact: I enjoy challenging myself, like being a Falcons fan in Baton Rouge

Jessica Quach

Jessica Quach, MD

Hometown: Houston, TX

Medical School:  Texas A&M

Why LSU Baton Rouge? The program is very well-rounded, and I connected with many people from the get-go. Faculty and staff were all very knowledgeable and the organization and curriculum seemed purposeful and thoughtful. Definitely a great program for EM.

Random fact: Horror movies went from being my most hated to my favorite genre of movies after watching them in a theater environment.

Alice Rear

Alice Rear, MD

Hometown: Eugene, OR

Medical School:  Oregon Health & Science University

Why LSU Baton Rouge? I rotated in BR as a medical student, and I was impressed by this program's level of acuity, the trauma experience, and how much residents enjoyed spending time together outside of work. The atmosphere in the ER is very team-based and collaborative, and your co-residents want to see you succeed. 

Interesting Fact: I worked as a crisis counselor before medical school. I once forgot the words to the national anthem while singing it at a state high school basketball game.

Brian Western

Brian Western, DO

Hometown: Tyler, TX

Medical School:  Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine

Why LSU Baton Rouge? LSUBR offers a busy, high-acuity emergency department with ample opportunity to learn and grow into the physician you want to become as we serve and are the receiving center for a very large catchment area in southern Louisiana. Our ICU experience and continuous exposure to pediatrics at our dedicated Children's Hospital really make this program stand out. The biggest impression from my interview day here was the people, though - residents and faculty alike make me feel supported as a learner and as a friend. With the dynamic changes that each COVID surge brought, we got to see our program leadership repeatedly advocate on our behalf.

What do you do on your days off? Days off are spent at the Burbank dog park, visiting friends / family, or date nights with my fiancee!

Interesting Fact: I once balanced an egg on a nail over the equator.