Current Fellows

Patient Safety Research Fellows

Pooja Reddy, MD

(2019 – 2021)

Dr. Reddy is a Pediatric Patient Safety Research Fellow. She graduated from Emory University School of Medicine in 2015 and completed residency at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore in 2018. She is also concurrently training as a Pediatric Gastroenterology fellow in her second year. Her interests include patient safety, efficient use of medical resources, and cost reduction in medicine.

Amanda Rosen, MD

(2020-2022)

Dr. Rosen is a research fellow within the Division of General Medicine.  She graduated from Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in 2017 and completed her internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian- Columbia University Medical Center in 2020.  Her research interests include biomedical ethics, patient safety, and critical care.  

 

 

Danielle Carter, MD

(2020-2022)

Dr. Carter is a clinical research fellow within the Division of General Medicine. She graduated from University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and completed internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian-Columbia University Medical Center in 2020. Her research interests include patient safety, reducing hospital acquired infections, and health IT systems. 

 

Anne Grauer, MD

(2020-2022)

Dr. Grauer is a Patient Safety Research Fellow.  She graduated from The Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell in 2016.  Dr. Grauer then went on to complete her internship at NYU School of Medicine and residency at New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center in 2020.  Her research interests include patient safety, EHR optimization and the use of Clinical Decision Support tools. 

Past Fellows

Headshot of Jerard Z. Kneifati-Hayek, MD

Jerard Z. Kneifati-Hayek, MD, MS

(2018 – 2020)

Dr. Kneifati-Hayek is the first Hospitalist Patient Safety Research Fellow. He graduated from Weill Cornell Medicine in 2014 and was a Howard Hughes Medical Institute research fellow. Dr. Kneifati-Hayek finished his residency in 2017 at New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medicine. His interests include patient safety and quality, and health outcomes research.