PGY-3 Residents
2013 residents

Jonathan Unkart, MD



Ryan Moran, MD

Ryan holds a Bachelor’s in Economics from the University of California, Davis and earned his MD from the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. After Ryan obtained his medical degree, he completed three years of internal medicine residency at the University of Maryland. He has had several opportunities to incorporate economics into his clinical interests including a rotation with the World Health Organization focusing on the role of incentives with tobacco. His preventive medicine interests lie between health policy, health economics and clinical care


Daniel Correll, DO

Dr. Correll, a San Diego native and UCSD alumnus, graduated from Midwestern University's Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2013 on a Navy scholarship, and completed Internal Medicine training at Naval Medical Center San Diego. Afterwards, he served as a General Medical Officer providing clinical care and also working on patient safety research. After the Navy, he came to UCSD Preventive Medicine as an American Cancer Society fellow with an interest in population based medicine, emergency preparedness and quality improvement. His research focus is on the association between diabetes and carcinogenesis.



Deepa Sannidhi, MD


Deepa was born and raised in New Jersey. She attended Rutgers University where she earned her Bachelors degree in Biology, Nutritional Science and Religion, and developed a passion for integrating Nutritional science and Integrative Medicine. Deepa ultimately attended Rutgers - New Jersey Medical School, and recently completed a family medicine residency at Hunterdon Medical Center Department of Family Medicine. Deepa is excited to pursue a Preventive Medicine Residency at UCSD. Her long-term interest lies in creating health care delivery models that better allow primary care physicians to practice lifestyle medicine in a clinical setting. She plans to use the amazing resources at UCSD to become an expert in the fields of Nutrition, Obesity, Lifestyle, and Integrative Medicine research. Deepa loves everything about food - going to restaurants, cooking it, and reading about it. She even blogs about it! She’s super excited to explore San Diego with her husband and high school sweet-heart.

PGY-2 Residents



Emily Bruno, MD

Emily is a diplomat-turned-doctor, coming to medicine after two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia, followed by 13 years as a Foreign Service Officer in the U.S. Department of State. At State Emily served domestically in numerous offices in Washington, DC, and at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in New York, as well as internationally in Taiwan, Iraq, Chad and Sudan. While a medical student, Emily was selected as a Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Associate in the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change at Harvard Medical School. Through this program, Emily trained local surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses on operating room safety at surgical centers throughout Madagascar. She also collected data on existing surgical capacities to inform the creation of a National Surgical Plan for Madagascar. After earning her MD, Emily completed an internship in General Surgery at the University of California San Diego before entering the Preventive Medicine residency. Her languages include French, Mandarin Chinese, Amharic, and basic Spanish and Arabic. She spends her free time running and doing yoga, as well as hanging out with the four dogs she rescued from Darfur.

2013 residents

Amutha Rajagopal, MD


2013 residents

Bryan Long, MD


2013 residents

Thomas Kocher, MD

Thomas is a board-certified pathologist with professional interests including cancer epidemiology in special populations and applications of molecular methods to epidemiology.


2013 residents

Charles Martin, DO


Lieutenant Commander Charles D. Martin was assigned to the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) and completed two West Pack deployments before earning his BSN. Upon graduating nursing school he was assigned to Naval Hospital Pensacola on the Medical Surgical Ward. He was transferred to the Intensive Care Unit and earned his Critical Care Registered Nuse certification. In 2005 he went to Naval Hospital Guam and continued working in the ICU and later transferred to the Post Anesthesia Care Unit as the Division Officer. Before leaving Guam, he was accepted into the Health Professions Scholarship Program and was admitted to medical school in 2009. Upon graduation from WVSOM, he transferred to Naval Hospital Pensacola for an Internship in Family Medicine. He was then assigned as the Battalion Surgeon for 2nd Battalion 7th Marines stationed in Twentynine Palms, CA and deployed to the Middle East. He served as the task force surgeon and earned his Fleet Marine Force Warfare Officer qualification. In 2016 he transferred and was assigned as the Senior Medical Officer for the Medical Readiness Department. LCDR Martin jumped at the chance to get back into the operation setting when a hot fill came available for the USS Arlington (LPD 24) Senior Medical Officer billet. While attached to the USS Arlington LCDR Martin earned his Surface Warfare Medical Department Officer qualification.