Sheva Chervinskiy, DO
Sheva Chervinskiy is a second year Allergy/Immunology fellow who trained at University of North Texas and Arkansas Children’s Hospital. She is interested in food allergy and chose our program because of our excellent food allergy research. She also was drawn to the welcoming and supportive environment that fosters all interests.
Uyenphuong Le, MD
Uyenphuong Le grew up in Northern Virginia and did her undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia. Then she attended graduate school at Georgetown University before going on to medical school, internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. Dr. Le moved back to the DC area and worked for 3 years as a hospitalist prior to starting her Allergy/Immunology fellowship at UNC.
Shaili Shah, MD
Shaili is currently a second year Allergy/Immunology fellow. She grew up in a small town in central NJ. From there she went on to complete her undergraduate training at New York University where she earned a BA in Psychology and Chemistry. She attended medical school in NY at New York Medical College which is where she gained her primary exposure to the field of Allergy/Immunology and was involved in multiple projects regarding the epidemiology of angioedema and food allergy in NY state. She then came to Chapel Hill to complete her Internal Medicine training, and finally joined our department as Allergy/Immunology fellow this year. Her career interests include clinical education and the public health impact of allergic diseases with a clinical focus in allergic rhinitis, asthma and urticaria/angioedema.
Allison Burbank, MD
Dr. Burbank, originally from Arkansas, completed her undergrad, medical school, and Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency. Immunology has always been her interest and she has spent 2.5 years working in a basic science immunology lab in college. Dr. Burbank was able to put these interests to use while in medical school and residency when she worked in the Allergy and Immunology clinics both at our university hospital and at Arkansas Children's Hospital. Dr. Burbank is thrilled to be in the fellowship program, and plans to pursue a career in academic medicine focusing on clinical/translational research.
Dr. Kobernick completed medical school and Internal Medicine and Pediatric residency training at Tulane University School of Medicine. After training, he practiced for four-years as a National Health Service Corps Scholar on the Navajo Reservation, serving as Chief of Pediatrics for 2 of those years. Dr. Kobernick plans to return to the Navajo Reservation to further characterize and improve the care of asthmatic children after completing Allergy/Immunology Fellowship.