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Resident and Fellow Section

The WSMA Resident and Fellow Section introduces these physicians-in-training to the WSMA and offers resources and guidance to help them navigate their careers and the changing landscape of health care.

RFS Governing Council

Meet the dedicated residents and fellows that make up the Resident and Fellow Section Governing Council.

2018-19 Residents & Fellows Section Governing Council

Elizabeth (Libby) Parker, MD, Chair
Anatomic/clinical pathology resident, University of Washington, Seattle
Dr. Parker is from Alaska, studied biology at Dartmouth College, graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine, and is currently an anatomic pathology resident at the University of Washington.

Grace Wu, Vice Chair
Palliative medicine resident, University of Washington, Seattle
Dr. Wu is originally from the Bay Area but has been back and forth across the country for medical training. After obtaining her medical degree from New York Medical College, she moved to Seattle to complete residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington. She has completed a fellowship in geriatric medicine and is currently a palliative medicine fellow.

Daniel Low, MD, Alternate Delegate
Family medicine resident, Swedish Cherry Hill, Seattle
Dr. Low is a family medicine resident physician at Swedish Cherry Hill in Seattle. He is most interested in cross-cultural and underserved medicine, as well as end-of-life care.

Brian Mugleston, MD, Delegate
Physical medicine and rehabilitation resident, University of Washington, Seattle
Dr. Mugleston is a local, having grown up in Tacoma, Washington. He earned his medical degree at UT Health in San Antonio, and afterwards came back home for a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Washington. Before medical school, he obtained a master's in education at UW and taught high school physics in Tacoma. He is interested in health policy, health education, and helping patients obtain the highest level of health and function through comprehensive and multidisciplinary rehabilitation. He likes being active outside in beautiful Washington State.

WSMA staff

Milana McLead, senior director of strategic communications and growth,
Alison Ippolito, associate director of membership,


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