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Incoming Geriatrics Fellows 2024-25

  • Jaeyoun Choi, MD,

    Jaeyoun Choi, MD,

    Jaeyoun Choi, MD, originally from South Korea, completed his medical education at Yonsei University in Seoul. As part of the mandatory military program, he served as a primary care doctor in underserved areas, discovering a passion for geriatrics, particularly in addressing chronic pain in elderly populations. Before pursuing an internal medicine residency at Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois, he gained valuable experience as a pain specialist in Korea. In his spare time, he delights in playing with his 16-month-old daughter and enthusiastically engages in outdoor activities.

  • Daney Lozano, MD

    Daney Lozano, MD

    Daney Lozano, MD is American-Mexican-Colombian and grew up in Arizona. She earned her bachelor's degree at Yale University and completed medical school at Loma Linda University. She moved to San Diego for Internal Medicine residency training at UCSD and is very excited to be staying local to pursue Geriatrics fellowship. Her affinity for older adults began in childhood, as she spent her summers with grandparents, and continued throughout residency as she cared for older adults in various settings. Her geriatrics interests range from home-based primary care to consultative medicine to dementia care. She hopes to promote health literacy and access for underserved populations. During her free time, Daney enjoys exercising, running, and reading. She loves exploring the lovely beaches of San Diego and trying new coffee shops or restaurants in North Park.

  • Angelica Suarez-Ramirez, MD

    Angelica Suarez-Ramirez, MD

    Angelica Suarez-Ramirez, MD grew up in Mexico City before moving to San Diego where she completed undergrad at SDSU. She then moved away from her family to Buffalo NY where she completed medical school and Internal Medicine residency at the University of Buffalo. She is excited to be coming home to pursue her passion for taking care of older adults and the underserved population, which began with her grandma. She is especially interested in home-based care and dementia care as well as the nursing home setting. In her spare time, Angelica can be found trying new places to eat, reading, playing video games, watching movies, or sharing cat videos with her brother.