Class of 2024

Class of 2024

Rohan Dalwadi, D.O.

Dr. DalwdiRohan Dalwadi, D.O., received his medical degree from Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Virginia in 2021 and his Bachelor of Arts in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is originally from Maryland. During medical school, Dr. Dalwadi served as a VCOM Ambassador and enjoyed performing outreach at UMBC to educate undergraduates on Osteopathic Medicine. As a research assistant at Sinai Hospital’s Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics, he explored a range of topics from patient satisfaction to post-surgical recovery. He has substantial volunteer experience supporting STEM education in underserved elementary schools and communities, providing basic hygiene products and healthy foods to those in need, as well as networking UMBC with local events such as the Red Shoe Shuffle and the Save-A-Limb Walk. Dr. Dalwadi is passionate about using a holistic, hands-on, osteopathic approach to patient care and expanding his practice of family medicine to adapt to his community’s specific needs. He hopes to create a judgement-free clinical environment for his patients of all ages and backgrounds. In his free time, Dr. Dalwadi enjoys hiking, longboarding, and spending time with his family and rescue dog, Nova.

Jasmine Gulati, D.O.

Dr. Gulati

Jasmine Gulati, D.O., received her medical degree in 2021 from Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, and her Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Gulati worked as a lab technician in Towson, MD and in a cardiovascular behavioral medicine research lab at UMBC. She also assisted in publishing a medical textbook and handbook for residents. She had extensive volunteer experience in Baltimore, MD that included mentoring elementary school children, assisting at a community mental health center, and providing dental supplies and other essentials to the local underserved population. Dr. Gulati is passionate about continuing her efforts with disadvantaged populations. She desires to practice family medicine with an emphasis on biopsychosocial care and women’s health. She believes in placing the patient at the center of their care, and she hopes to be a compassionate provider that creates a safe space for all of her patients. Dr. Gulati enjoys cooking, painting, and spending time outdoors with her significant other and rescue dog.

Shreya Patel, D.O.

Dr. Patel

Shreya Patel, D.O., received her medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2021. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Duquesne University, and worked as an urgent care medical assistant prior to medical school. Dr. Patel spent two months as a hospital clinical volunteer in India. She has extensive volunteer experience supporting community health and safety, children’s health and education, women empowerment, mental and spiritual health, and diversity. During medical school, Dr. Patel completed the Tulane University Medical Student Culinary Medicine Series and was active in the Health Meets Food Program, educating children and adults on affordable and accessible nutrition and culinary skills. She also served as an OMM teaching assistant during clinical rotations. Dr. Patel believes that open communication and education encourage individuals to actively participate in creating achievable goals for their health. She approaches medicine with a spirit of service, and strives for the holistic wellbeing of the body, mind, and spirit. Dr. Patel is an active volunteer in her faith community and enjoys playing tennis and basketball, traveling, working with children, and spending time with family and friends.

Yuval Pinto, M.D.

Dr. Pinto

Yuval Pinto, M.D., is a 2020 graduate of the New York State/American Program at the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. Prior to residency, he worked as a medical intern at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon, Israel. Dr. Pinto, originally from Rockville, Maryland, earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and Physiology from the University of Maryland, College Park. For over a decade, he volunteered as a case manager for community members dealing with terminal illness in the DMV area. Prior to medical school, Dr. Pinto researched the poliovirus at NIH and was the recipient of the Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award. He also conducted research at JCVI, where he focused on viruses and vaccine design. After years in research at the NIH, Dr. Pinto moved to begin his career as a physician, motivated by a desire to alleviate the unnecessary suffering of those who are disabled or disenfranchised. During medical school, he was recognized for his commitment to social justice. As a former medic in the Israel Defense Forces, his experience also includes providing medical care as a first responder and organizing international disaster relief assistance. Dr. Pinto is passionate about preventive, lifestyle, and customized medicine, as well as personal and long-lasting connections with his patients. In his free time, he enjoys CrossFit, brewing coffee, and baking sourdough bread. Dr. Pinto is fluent in English and Hebrew.

Logan Stonesifer, D.O.

Dr. Stonesifer

Logan Stonesifer, D.O., received his medical degree in 2021 from Liberty College of Osteopathic Medicine and his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the Pennsylvania State University. He is originally from Chambersburg, PA and is the recipient of the Chambersburg Hospital Medical Student Scholarship. He is a member of Sigma Sigma Phi National Honors Society. Dr. Stonesifer was a member of the sports medicine club and the LUCOM intramural softball team while in medical school. He volunteered at the Free Health Clinic to help provide care to underserved individuals in Lynchburg, VA. He has an interest in underserved and international medicine. Dr. Stonesifer chose family medicine because it offers the ability to practice a wide variety of medicine while building personal relationships with those within the community. He enjoys golfing, dogs, cooking, going to Penn State football games, and spending time with family and friends.

Frank Yang, M.B.B.S.

Dr. Yang

Frank Yang, MBBS is a 2020 graduate of Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University, in Shanghai, China. He completed a surgical preliminary year in 2021 at Nassau University Medical Center in New York. Dr. Yang is the son of physician immigrants and was raised in Bethesda, Maryland. After completing a year at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, he sought the diversity of experience attending medical school abroad could provide. During his medical training, he spent a summer at a rural hospital in southern Thailand, which impassioned him to put in countless hours of studying for the patients he loves and the lives he touches. After completing residency, Dr. Yang desires to teach and to practice in international and underserved areas as a physician who is capable of taking care of anyone who walks through the door. In his free time, he enjoys escape rooms, board games, and fishing. Dr. Yang is fluent in English and Chinese.