CURRENT RESIDENTS

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PGY-3 Residents


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Marsha-Gail Davis, MD

Dr. Davis originally hails from the beautiful island of Jamaica. She received her BA from Swarthmore College and completed her MD at UCSD School of Medicine and her internal medicine residency at Yale New Haven Hospital. She has been interested in lifestyle medicine since high school and that grew into her career focus in medical school. She is particularly interested in the effective implementation of healthy habits, the intersection of community health and digital health technology and health disparities. She believes the adage "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" (implemented through lifestyle medicine) and primary care are the foundations of an optimally functioning healthcare system. Her hobbies include being in nature, singing, doing anything creative, cooking and most importantly eating. She also speaks Spanish and is skilled in public speaking.



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Angelo Asheh, DO

Angelo was born and raised in New England and has since migrated to the West Coast. Angelo began his journey in medical education as an emergency medicine physician assistant. Desiring more experience and knowledge, Angelo decided to attend medical school at LECOM where he graduated medical school in 3 years with Sigma Sigma Phi honors. He completed a preliminary Internal Medicine program at the University of Connecticut. He then moved on to residency in Anesthesiology at the University of Connecticut before transitioning to Preventive Medicine at UC San Diego. After experiencing many facets of the medical field, from acute to chronic illnesses, and from procedural based fields to clinic care, he was compelled to do more to prevent the onset of illness through preventive care. Angelo’s professional interests include addiction medicine, especially prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug abuse in vulnerable populations and those with chronic pain history. He plans on using the unique and innovative resources at UCSD, the diverse patient population of San Diego, and his continued training to gain insight onto how we can use all of the tools at one’s disposal to prevent illnesses and assist those with addiction disorders.

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Christopher Granda, DO


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Michael Austin, DO

Dr. Austin is currently an active duty US Navy physician born and raised in beautiful Sonoma County, Northern California with degrees from UC Berkeley and Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine CA. Upon graduating medical school in 2012 he completed an internship year at the Naval Medical Center San Diego along with two-years of postgraduate training in Pathology at the National Military Medical Center in Bethesda MD. He additionally completed multiple tours as the medical officer for units in the US Marine Corps, most recently having returned from the Kingdom of Bahrain with the 5th Brigade. He is excited to train in General Preventive Medicine at UC San Diego and SDSU given the exceptional opportunities available within the program to train in Lifestyle Medicine with a particular interest in linking diet, exercise and environmental determinants to disease prevention.


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Anastasia Maletz, DO

Anastasia is a home grown Oregonian who loves good food and the great outdoors. Having grown up with fresh local produce and the forests and rivers of the great Northwest she is acutely aware of the importance of having access to good food and the beauty of nature to our health. She graduated from Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences and was commissioned as a Captain in the US Air Force in 2016. She completed her intern year at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio before being assigned to family medicine at Vandenberg AFB on the central California Coast for two years. While she was there, she realized that many of her patients did not understand how to be well and this realization pushed her down the path of preventive medicine. Her goal is to educate and empower people to take control of their own health through what they eat, how they move, and by creating health in the environment around them.





PGY-2 Residents

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Nancy Carballo, MD
Nancy is from Los Angeles, CA, where she earned a BA in English and earned her medical degree at UCLA through the Drew Program. After completing an internship in Family Medicine, she transitioned to Preventive Medicine at UCSD to pursue her passion for incorporating Lifestyle Medicine into patient care. She has actively participated in sleep research publications and looks forward to exploring sleep hygiene further in the context of disease prevention as well as its implementation within public health.

Nancy Carballo, MD

Nancy is from Los Angeles, CA, where she earned a BA in English and earned her medical degree at UCLA through the Drew Program. After completing an internship in Family Medicine, she transitioned to Preventive Medicine at UCSD to pursue her passion for incorporating Lifestyle Medicine into patient care. She has actively participated in sleep research publications and looks forward to exploring sleep hygiene further in the context of disease prevention as well as its implementation within public health.

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Rosalynn Conic, MD, PhD

Rosalynn was born in Belgrade, Serbia and she moved to Cleveland, OH with her parents following the NATO bombings. After completing high school she returned to Belgrade for medical school to be closer to her aging grandparents. During medical school she became involved in dermatologic research and her desire to learn additional statistical and epidemiologic methods led her to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Translational Science at Case Western Reserve University, during which she also had significant exposure to clinical informatics. Following this, she completed her intern year in General Surgery at University of Maryland during which she realized the importance of prevention and healthcare equality. Her goal is to continue research in cutaneous and musculoskeletal disease, evaluate effects of lifestyle changes on these diseases and continue her work in clinical informatics. In her free time she likes to play tennis, swim and explore restaurants.