Class of 2006

Updates in 2019

Robert Allison, M.D., was named chief medical officer at Sendero Health in Austin, Texas. Posted 8.7.19.


Updates in 2018

Robert Allison, M.D., is now chief of the Infectious Diseases Section and associate director for research in the Department of Transfusion Medicine at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. He is also on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. In addition, Allison was the major corresponding author of “Binding of Free and Immune Complex-Associated Hepatitis C Virus to Erythrocytes Is Mediated by the Complement System,” which was published in Hepatology in May. Posted 7.16.18.

Zaher Elmir, M.D., is practicing general surgery at Lake Regional Urgent Care in Leesburg, Florida. Posted 7.16.18.

Matthew Henry, M.D., is a cardiothoracic surgeon at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn, N.Y. He practices all aspects of cardiac surgery, including coronary bypass, valve repair/replacement, ECMO, and left ventricular assist devices. He is also heavily involved with the structural heart program, performing trans-catheter aortic and mitral valve replacements (TAVR). He has completed more than 200 cases since 2016. Posted 4.1.18.

Phuong Nguyen, M.D., is practicing at Central Valley Colon and Rectal Surgical Associates in Fresno, California. Posted 7.16.18.


Updates in 2017

Danielle Bass, M.D., is the head team physician for the Chicago Sky of the WNBA. Posted 10.1.17.

Stefano Bordoli, M.D., completed his general surgery residency in 2011 at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He went on to complete the vascular surgery fellowship program in 2013 at Greenville Hospital System in South Carolina. He and his wife, Kari, have two sons. They live in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where Bordoli is a member of the vascular surgery faculty at Spectrum Health, teaching general and vascular surgery residents. He is also on the clinical faculty at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Posted 10.1.17.

Stephanie Lee, M.D., recently opened Elite Women’s Health, a gynecology practice in Tallahassee. She and husband/classmate Matthew Lee, M.D., are raising their four children. “In the fall,” she said, “we will have one in high school, one in middle school and two in lower school. It's hard to believe that the first two kids were born while we were students at FSUCOM!” Posted 10.1.17.