Meet Our Residents

PGY-4

  Background  

Mudit Chowdhary, MD
Chief Resident
PGY-4

Medical School: Mercer University School of Medicine
Undergrad: University of Georgia
Hometown: Valdosta, GA
Why Rush:  “The Rush University Radiation Oncology Residency Program stood out to me for several reasons.  First, the program places a priority on developing high-quality and compassionate radiation oncologists.  Second, the department is very supportive of resident education and scholarly activity.  Third, I appreciated the cohesiveness of the resident group.  Finally, I wanted the chance to enjoy the experience of living in a truly world-class city like Chicago.” 

Cory Hogue, MD
Chief Resident
PGY-4

Medical School: University of Louisville
Undergrad: Bellarmine University
Hometown: Louisville, KY
Why Rush:  “Rush is a leader in patient-centered cancer care.  The faculty provides excellent training in a collegial environment.  The residents are close- knit, social, and supportive.”

Cory Hogue, MD

PGY-3

  Background  
Nathaniel Camden, MD
PGY-3

Medical School: University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
Undergrad: Loyola University Chicago
Hometown: Peoria, IL
Why Rush:  “I chose Rush based on an away rotation experience which highlighted the program’s strong resident rapport, research opportunities, and excellent clinical education from attending physicians, dosimetry, and physics.  And nothing beats summer and fall in Chicago.”

Nathaniel Camden, MD

J Fletcher Drogos, MD
PGY-3

Medical School: Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
Undergrad: Colorado State University
Hometown: Grand Junction, CO
Why Rush:  “I chose Rush because of its reputation for strong clinical training, excellent mentorship and friendly residents.”

John F Drogos, MD

PGY-2

  Background  
Kevin King, MD
PGY-2

Medical School: Rush Medical College
Undergrad: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Hometown: Batavia, IL
Why Rush:  I chose Rush because I wanted to train at an academic center with faculty who are not only experts in the field, but also truly care about their patients.  Multidisciplinary tumor boards at Rush bring together a skilled team of medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists to deliver personalized care to each patient.  The program itself provides an hour of protected learning time every morning and Rush provides care for a diverse patient population across the city of Chicago promising a comprehensive case-based clinical training.”

Kevin King, MD

Michael Zhou, MD
PGY-2

Medical School: University of Cincinnati
Undergrad: Vanderbilt University
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Why Rush:  “Rush is truly a resident-focused training program.  Their faculty enjoys teaching and cares about resident wellness.  It’s comprised of a close knit group of residents who work hard but also have lots of fun.  It’s an exciting time to be trained at such a diverse, high-volume and patient-centered cancer program in the city of Chicago.”

Yu Michael Zhou, MD