Welcome to the Medical Journalism CardioNerds Correspondents Page!
Medical journalism empowers the masses with key and timely health information, distilled from primary literature and other sources. The CardioNerds Medical Journalism Program is an immersive experience whereby CardioNerds Correspondents develop as journalists in the cardiovascular arena. Information is power, and we aim to improve health equitably by empowering everyone with accurate, timely, and relevant cardiovascular health news.
Meet Our Correspondents!
Kelly completed medical school at Emory University and residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she served as editor in chief for the 2018 Osler Medicine Survival Guide and was awarded the Priya Pallagumi Memorial Award for leadership. She is currently is a clinical cardiology fellow at Duke University and served on the 2019-2020 ACC FIT website editorial board in the education section. Kelly is planning to pursue a career in cardiac electrophysiology. In her free time, she enjoys running, playing volleyball, reading biographies, and cooking vegetarian cuisine.
Devesh @DeveshRaiMD is a chief resident at Rochester General Hospital and is going to start Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at Rochester General Hospital from July 2021. He was awarded as the best PGY3 of the year for his clinical acumen and peer teaching abilities. During residency, he has received travel and research grants and involved in multiple prospective studies. He is interested in pursuing a career in advanced heart failure, transplant, CMR, and #MedEd. He is involved in outcomes research and likes to think outside the box. Over the weekends, he is hiking and trekking with his wife @SodiumLady and exploring western NY. CardioNerds is the default podcast during long drives to these parks with NephJC