|Luke Quehl, MD (PGY-1)
Luke received his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine. He also received a BA in English and biology from BU. Luke is interested in neurodevelopmental disorders, public health, TBI and neurocritical care. He focused his undergraduate English studies on oral tradition and enjoys observing the vast differences in how two patients might explain the same symptoms, and reflects on ways he might tailor his interview style to establish their trust and build their medical literacy.
Luke likes to tinker with tech, design, and programming, and has used these skills for designing and building sets for plays and dabbling in 3D. He also enjoys anything that puts him outside in a new place including bicycling, camping, farming and traveling. He chose UNC because of its reputation for excellence in comprehensive care, its strong advocacy for vulnerable patient populations, and the friendliness of everybody here.
|Nathaniel Wooten, MD (PGY-2)
Nate received his medical degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. He grew up in Raleigh, NC and went to undergraduate school at Wake Forest University. Nathan’s areas of interest are concussion and epilepsy. He chose UNC because of the warm people, wonderful location, and its strong commitment to education. Some of his hobbies include exercising, cooking, and backpacking.
|Sonia Ann Varghese, MD, MPH, MBA (PGY-3)
Sonia received her medical degree from the American University of Antigua. She also holds an MBA in health administration from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire and a MPH in public health from the University of North Texas in Fort Worth, Texas. Sonia’s area of interest in neurology is autism. She chose UNC due to its great reputation, highly ranked residency program, the experienced faculty and the supportive staff. Her interests are watching sports, traveling, trying new restaurants and spending time with her family.
|Katelyn Ammons, MD (PGY-4)
Katelyn received her medical degree from the University of Toledo. Her areas of interest in neurology are epilepsy and sleep disorders. Katelyn chose UNC because she was impressed with the program, global health opportunities, and most importantly, the friendly people. In addition, Katelyn enjoys the beauty of the Triangle area and its many offerings. She says, “Being a runner and outdoors person, I love that I can do my favorite activities outside all year long in beautiful Chapel Hill.” Some of Katelyn’s other hobbies include tennis, kayaking, traveling and cooking.
|Jordan Broman-Fulks, MD (PGY-5)
Jordan went to medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina. Having attended UNC as an undergraduate, he couldn’t wait to get back to the area for his residency, as Chapel Hill is beautiful, affordable, and family-friendly. He and his wife are the proud parents of three children. Together they enjoy attending college sporting events and visiting the mountains and the beach, both just a few hours away.