Current Fellows 2021-22
Jaskaran Singh, MD, grew up in Fresno, California. He studied neuroscience at UCLA and attended medical school at Tufts, where an early exposure to hospice and palliative medicine set his standard for the quality of care patients with life-limiting illnesses should receive. After finishing a residency in emergency medicine from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, he has been working as an ER doctor at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. He enjoys spending time with people close to him and being outdoors.
Raina Shah, DO, is originally from Cerritos, California. She studied anthropology and biology at UC Irvine. She went to Touro University, Nevada, for medical school and returned to UC Irvine for family medicine residency. She was drawn to the empathetic and collaborative efforts of palliative and hospice care. She hopes to expand her knowledge and communication skills in fellowship. She enjoys painting, wine, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Michael Staines, MD, was born and raised in Stamford, Connecticut. He completed a bachelor's degree in economics at Tulane University, and obtained his medical degree in 2017 from St. George's University in Grenada. He did his medical internship at New York Medical College Westchester Medical Center and subsequently went on to complete his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at SUNY Upstate. Over the course of his training, he developed a passion for palliative care and looks forward to contributing to the specialty.
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