Dr. Dines received her M.D. from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, and did her intern year in Pediatric at University of California Los Angeles. She has research experience in Huntington’s disease, epilepsy and neuroimaging techniques involving preterm infants and neurodegenerative conditions. Her research interests are in Neurogenetics.
Class of 2018
Jennifer Dines, MD
Mesaki "Kenneth" Ndugga-Kabuye, MD
Dr. Ndugga-Kabuye received his B.S. at UCLA before receiving his M.D. with Honors from Ross University School of Medicine. His last two years of medical school where spent in Queens, New York City, before completing his transitional year at SUNY Stony Brook Medicine. His interests are pharmacogenetics & oncogenetics. He is also interested in the role of public-private partnerships in maximizing the benefits of genetics for all communities.
Class of 2019
Amanda Freed, MD
Dr. Freed received her Bachelorʼs degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology at University of Michigan before receiving her M.D. from David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. While at UCLA, she did research in the genetics of hyperlipidemia. She then completed a Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency at Yale New Haven Hospital. There, she developed an interested in transitional care for young adults with genetic disorders. She is also interested in teaching and mentoring undergraduate and medical students.