Catching up with our resident interns

As our PGY-1 interns inch closer to their year anniversary, we wanted to check in and see how they have adjusted to life as WashU neurosurgery residents in St. Louis. Andrew Coxon, MD, MSCI What drew you to neurosurgery?I feel that neurosurgeons can quickly establish a very special bond and trust with their patients. I […]

Meet our new residents

This summer WashU Neurosurgery welcomed four new residents to our program: Ajay Chatrath, MD, PhD, Tatenda Mahlokozera, MD, PhD, Alexander Perdomo Pantoja, MD, and Jane Yuan, MSCI, MD. All four have quickly acclimated to life as a neurosurgery resident. Learn about the challenges and accomplishments that the first few months have brought. Ajay Chatrath, MD, PhD What […]

Summer scholars reflect on their time at WashU

This past summer, the Department of Neurosurgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis partnered with Johns Hopkins and the University of Miami MILLER School of Medicine to offer the Black Lives Matter Summer Scholarship. The aim of the scholarship is to give Black medical students early exposure and research experience in the […]

Q&A with Neurosurgery Resident Anja Srienc

Resident Anja Srienc hiking in Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois

Anja Srienc, MD, PhD, is a PGY 4 resident training in neurosurgery. A native Minnesotan, she also happens to speak three languages and has studied in Europe and Australia. She plans to go into academic medicine. Q. Tell us a little about your background and why you’re pursuing neurosurgery training? I grew up in an […]