Kelsey Busken, MD

Kelsey Busken, MD

Medical school: University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia, MO
Residency: St. Louis Children's Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis, MO

Sameera Faiz, MD

Sameera Faiz, MD

Medical school: University of Medicine and Health Sciences, St. Kitts
Residency: St. Joseph's University Medical Center, Paterson, NJ

Eric Hawley, MD, PhD

Eric Hawley, MD, PhD

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
Medical school: Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN (2021)
Residency: St. Louis Children's Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis, MO (2023)

Eric Hawley, MD, PhD started in fellowship in 2023. His clinical interests include solid tumors with research interests in drug design and development as well as sterile inflammation and immune tolerance. In his spare time Eric enjoys running, cycling, and exploring new playgrounds and public parks in the greater St. Louis area with his two kids.

Mary Claire McGlynn, MD

Mary Claire McGlynn, MD

Hometown: Belleville, IL
Undergraduate: Creighton University (2015)
Medical school: University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, IL (2019)
Residency: St. Louis Children's Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis, MO (2022)
Chief Resident St Louis Children's Hospital (2023)

Mary Claire started fellowship in 2023. She is currently in her clinical year. Her research interests include late effects of chemotherapies, HSCT, and gene therapy. Her QI project focuses on Risk Assessment and Mitigation for Hospital Acquired Venous Thromboembolism. When not in the hospital, Mary Claire enjoys trying new Saint Louis restaurants, visiting attractions like the St. Louis Zoo, and exploring nearby state and local parks with her inflatable kayak and her dog Captain.

Eman  Mosleh, MD

Eman Mosleh, MD

Hometown: Jerusalem
MD: Weill Cornell Medicine, Qatar, 2018
Residency: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, 2021
Eman Mosleh, MD started her fellowship in 2021. Clinically, Mosleh is interested in solid tumors within the Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) population. Her research interests revolve around developmental therapeutics, early phase clinical trials, and utilizing Electronic Health Records (EHR) to further improve patient outcomes and reduce iatrogenic toxicities. Mosleh is pursuing further training in Clinical Informatics with the goal of efficiently integrating technology, decision-making support tools, and predictive modeling into the workflow of pediatric oncologists to reduce provider burnout and improve patient outcomes. In her free time Mosleh enjoys hiking, philosophy, cooking, podcasting, and is a frequent author in medical satire journals.

Mithra  Lakshmi  Narasimhan, MD

Mithra Lakshmi Narasimhan, MD

Hometown: Chennai, India
MD: Meenakshi Medical College and Research Institute, 2012
Residency: Texas Tech University Health Science Center, 2022
Mithra Lakshmi Narasimhan, MD, started fellowship in 2022. She is interested in hematological malignancies, particularly high risk leukemias and lymphomas and to learn about clinical trials involving treatment and improving survival. She is also passionate about medical education.

Emily  Phillips, MD

Emily Phillips, MD

Hometown: Madison, WI
MD: Medical College of Wisconsin, 2019
Residency: University of Iowa, 2022
Emily Phillips, MD, started fellowship in 2022. She is particularly interested in using immunotherapies and cell therapies to improve patient outcomes. She looks forward to basic or translational research within that realm. In her spare time she enjoys exploring St. Louis, spoiling the cat, hiking and painting.

Mehul  Thakkar, MD

Mehul Thakkar, MD

Hometown: Nashik, India
MD: Seth GS Medical College, India, 2018
Residency: Case Western Reserve University, 2022
Mehul Thakkar, MD, started fellowship in 2022. His clinical interests include non-malignant hematology, hemostasis-thrombosis. Thakkar is also passionate about medical education and quality improvement.