Follow three Cleveland Clinic fellows and their journeys while training in the Heart & Vascular Institute. Advertising Policy Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy Jocelyn Beach, MD It’s freshman year again for Jocelyn Beach—well, not … Read More
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Jocelyn Beach, MD
It’s freshman year again for Jocelyn Beach—well, not exactly, but this is her first year in residency as an intern at Cleveland Clinic working in the integrated vascular surgery program. Jocelyn came to Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner College of Medicine after graduating from Cornell University, where she studied engineering. She’ll share her stories—“I have lots to learn,” she says—as she manages patients in vascular and general surgery at Cleveland Clinic.
Jason Lappe, MD
Jason is a member of the first graduating class of Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. The St. Lake City, Utah, native completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Brandeis University in Waltham,Mass.After earning his medical degree in Cleveland, he went on to Duke University, where he finished his training in internal medicine. This year begins his training in heart and vascular medicine at Cleveland Clinic.
Gabriel Loor, MD
This year is Gabriel’s fourth and final year as a fellow in cardiothoracic surgery at Cleveland Clinic. Before coming to Cleveland, he was in general surgery at the University of Chicago for five years and spent two years in the laboratory there. The Northwestern University medical school graduate grew up in Miami,Fla., and went to undergraduate school close to home at the University of Miami. Follow Gabriel as he embarks on his chief administrative year, when he’ll focus on advanced complex adult cardiac surgery with a specialization in heart failure.