Current Fellows

A photo of Eric Robinette.

Eric Robinette, MD Clinical Fellow, Division of Infectious Diseases 513-803-8694

A photo of Felicia Scaggs Huang.

Felicia A. Scaggs Huang, MD Clinical Fellow, Division of Infectious Diseases 513-636-4578

Advice from Former Fellows

Kevin Downes, MD Fellowship Years: July 2011 - June 2014 (Infectious Diseases), July 2012 - December 2014 (Clinical Pharmacology)

Q: What's the best advice you were given at Cincinnati Children's? 
A: You can’t find the answer if you don’t ask the question.

Q: What advice would you give to new fellows joining Cincinnati Children's?
A: Explore everything that Cincinnati Children's has to offer and don’t be afraid to reach out to someone you don’t know. Look around. If there is something you want to do, it can be done here.

Andrea Hahn, MD Fellowship Years: July 2011 - September 2014

Q: What advice would you give to new fellows joining Cincinnati Children's?
A: Take advantage of the Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training (CCTST), the Clinical Translational Research Center (CTRC), and the core facilities (including the Biobank) in developing your research project. There are many opportunities for collaboration and use of facilities outside of your primary division.

Josh Schaffzin, MD, PhD Fellowship Years: July 2015 - June 2017

Q:What’s the best advice you were given at Cincinnati Children’s?
A: Being a consultant is different from being a primary team attending.

Q: What advice would you give to new fellows joining Cincinnati Children’s?
A: The system is huge and complex, but can be navigated. Ask for suggestions of to whom to direct your questions.

Matthew Washam, MD, MPH Fellowship Years: July 2014 – June 2017

Q: What’s the best advice you were given at Cincinnati Children’s?
A: Fellowship is a great time to ask lots of questions and try new things

 Q: What advice would you give to new fellows joining Cincinnati Children’s?
A: Three years goes fast! Start exploring the many different areas within the Division early on to figure out what excites you. Try to take advantage of the large volume of pre-existing data and samples in developing your research project.

John Woltmann, MD Fellowship Years: July 2014 - June 2017

Q:What’s the best advice you were given at Cincinnati Children’s?
A:You were given two ears and one mouth for a reason.

Q: What advice would you give to new fellows joining Cincinnati Children’s?
A: If Cathy ever asks you for something, your answer should always be: Yes, ma'am and thank you.