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Meet Our Residents

Straight from the source: Hear about the program from our trainees

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Straight from the source: Hear about the program from our trainees

Our Family Medicine residents come from medical schools around the U.S. and outside the country. Learn more about our residents and see what a few of them have to say about our program.

Trevor Henderson, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Trevor Henderson, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Chief resident

What attracted you to medicine and family medicine?

My dad was a family doctor in my hometown and was the definition of a full-spectrum physician. This got family medicine on my radar at a young age. In medical school, I was torn between a few specialties. I spent a summer working with my dad in urgent care/walk-in settings and had a blast. I saw the impact he had on the community. At that moment, I knew family medicine was right for me.

What attracted you to Mayo Clinic?

I was a visiting student at Mayo in August 2020. I was amazed by the faculty support, emphasis on continued learning, and intradepartmental and cross-departmental collegiality. Mayo sees each patient as a multi-faceted effort, all specialties working together to form the best plan possible. I love our academic inpatient and rural outpatient focus. This is unique and not found in a lot of other programs. It prepares you for both types of practice.

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Hannah Scott, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hannah Scott, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Chief resident

What attracted you to Mayo Clinic?

From the moment my interview was complete, there was no question as to where I hoped to complete my family medicine residency. Mayo Clinic provides an exceptional opportunity to learn full spectrum and patient-centered care, train in various clinical settings, and be surrounded and mentored by residents and faculty who genuinely care for one another.

What is living in Rochester, Minnesota, like for you?

Rochester is a great location to train within. There are plenty of outdoor activities (skiing, tennis, hiking), it’s accessible, and is only a short distance from larger cities, such as Minneapolis.

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A day in the life of a family medicine resident

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A day in the life of a family medicine resident

Class of 2024

Badra Ali, M.D.

Badra Ali, M.D.

Hometown: Eagan, Minnesota
Medical school: Saint James School of Medicine (Anguilla)
Hobbies: I enjoy spending time with my wonderful family, hiking, and finding new tv series to stream with my husband.

Taylor Cammack, DO

Taylor Cammack, D.O.

Hometown: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Medical school: A.T. Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville, Missouri
Hobbies: Camping, skiing, kayaking, exploring National Parks, paleoanthropology, PC video gaming

Christina Barsoum, D.O.

Christina Barsoum, D.O.

Hometown: Royse City, Texas
Medical school: University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine, San Antonio, Texas
Hobbies: Hiking, bouldering, snorkeling, writing, film editing, charcutier, coffee drinker, converser

Autumn A. Hargraves, D.O.

Autumn Hargraves, D.O.

Hometown: Hartford, Wisconsin
Medical school: Des Moines University in Des Moines, Iowa
Hobbies: Video games, movies, Netflix, reading, climbing, cooking, running

Trevor Henderson, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Trevor Henderson, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hometown: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Medical school: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
Hobbies: Guitar (I'm a huge classic rock/heavy metal fan), film, trivia, classic video games, travel, collectables (specifically, action figures!), winter sports, biking, and creative writing

Halden D. Nielsen, D.O.

Halden Nielsen, D.O.

Hometown: Parma, Idaho
Medical school: Kansas City University, Kansas City, Missouri and Joplin, Missouri
Hobbies: Tennis, biking, reading, piano, church

Hannah Scott, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hannah Scott, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hometown: Toronto, Ontario, and Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada)
Medical school: National University of Ireland, Galway in Galway, Ireland
Hobbies: Downhill skiing, volleyball, travelling and spending time with my family and our new golden doodle puppy, Finn

Brittanee Samuelson, M.D.

Brittanee Samuelson, M.D.

Hometown: Decorah, Iowa
Medical school: AUC School of Medicine, in St. Maarten
Hobbies: Spending time with my family, going for walks and working out, kayaking, reading and learning to play piano and cook

Sara M. Shu, D.O.

Sara Shu, D.O.

Hometown: San Francisco, CA (but have moved around all my life)
Medical school: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP), Pomona, California
Hobbies: Baking, gardening, traveling, music, hiking, swimming, ultimate frisbee, horseback riding

Class of 2025

Hope Brus, M.D.

Hope Brus, M.D.

Hometown: Adel, Iowa
Medical school: American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Sint Maarten
Favorite movie: Any of the "Jurassic Park" movies 
Interests: Traveling, crafting, corgis, puzzles, gardening, and spending time with my husband on our fishing boat.
Why Mayo?: Mayo truly provides the best of both worlds. The resident-run clinic in Kasson allows me to take ownership of my patients and practice continuity of care in a rural setting. Fifteen minutes away is Rochester, where I have endless resources and leading specialists in every field that are excited to teach.
Ideal practice: 
My ideal practice is in a small town where I can practice full-spectrum rural family medicine. 

Fred Davis, D.O.

Fred Davis, D.O.

Hometown: Spanish Fork, Utah
Medical school: 
Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Des Moines, Iowa
Favorite movie: "Star Wars" (1-6)
Interests: 
Athletics (specifically lacrosse but also football and golf), skiing, mountain biking, being in the outdoors, cars, PC gaming, and hanging out with my wife and dog.
Why Mayo?: The best of both worlds between rural and academic medicine is made possible by the outpatient rural practice in a small town and downtown rotations at Mayo in Rochester with access to world-class resources and consultants. Many opportunities to progress and to find your identity as a physician. Since staff is interested in both your professional and personal development, Mayo doesn’t just train great doctors, but great people as well.
Ideal practice: Possibly a rural full-spectrum practice, sports medicine fellowship, education, or administration/leadership. I love that I can explore all these options at Mayo.

Camry Kelly, D.O.

Camry Kelly, D.O.

Hometown: Shoreview, Minnesota
Medical school: 
Rocky Vista University, Parker, Colorado
Favorite movie: 
I like any movie that comes with popcorn and snacks!
Interests: Distance running, cycling, watercolor painting, and downhill and Nordic skiing. If it is outdoors, I like it! 
Why Mayo?: I enjoy the idea of serving the smaller community of Kasson while still having the specialists and resources in Rochester to help me learn.
Ideal practice: Full-spectrum family medicine; I want variety in my clinic. I hope to get involved in academic medicine and help train future generations of physicians.

Eric Leveille, M.D.

Eric Leveille, M.D.

Hometown: Marlette, Michigan
Medical school: 
University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota
Favorite movie: 
"Avengers: Endgame"
Interests: 
Fishing, board games, and movie/television shows.
Why Mayo?:
Everyone was very personable and here at Mayo, I am able to get the balance of a big hospital with rural medicine.
Ideal practice:
My ideal practice as of now would be to do full spectrum care in a rural underserved area specifically focusing on Indigenous populations and LGTBQ+.

Vrinda Munjal, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Vrinda Munjal, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hometown: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Medical school: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
Favorite movie: "Pride and Prejudice" (2005)
Interests: 
Traveling, kickboxing, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Why Mayo?: Mayo Family Medicine offers incredible training in all aspects of family medicine! When I came here on my elective, I was impressed by the level and breadth of training offered here. I knew I would come out as a competent physician that is capable of working in inpatient and outpatient departments in both rural and urban areas.
Ideal practice: Right now, I am leaning towards a rural family medicine practice, but I’m leaving my options open in case I learn that I like something else along my journey as a resident at Mayo Clinic Family Medicine!

Manpreet Nijjer, M.B., B.Ch.

Manpreet Nijjer, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hometown: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Medical school: 
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Favorite movie: "Home Alone"
Interests: 
Traveling, hiking, playing board games, attending concerts, and spending time with family and friends.
Why Mayo?: I did a visiting clerkship with the Family Medicine Residency program during my final year of medical school. The faculty and residents were all approachable, passionate, and eager to support my learning. The Mayo Clinic community did not just talk about their core values like respect, compassion, and teamwork. I saw firsthand these core values being implemented in practice every day across the multidisciplinary team. I often found myself comparing my educational and clinical experiences to my time at the Mayo Clinic, which was telling. I was confident that I would be joining a community that is supportive and committed to helping me achieve my professional and personal goals.
Ideal practice: I can envision myself practicing in an outpatient setting in a suburban or rural area, although I am keeping an open mind about my future plans during my residency training.

Audrey Potts, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Audrey Potts, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hometown: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Medical school: 
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
Favorite movie: "Shape of Water"
Interests: 
Professionally, sports medicine, LGBTQIA2S+ health care, women’s health, mental health, and procedures. Personally, hockey, mountain biking, disc golf, ultimate frisbee, acoustic guitar, family and friends, nature, adventure, loose leaf tea, and drag queen shows.
Why Mayo?: I was drawn to the program’s incredibly welcoming and kind faculty, supportive learning environment, and endless opportunities to reach my career goals. I was also excited about learning from the best physicians in the world and developing my skills as a resident to build a very strong foundation as I transition into my future independent practice.
Ideal practice: Dual practice in sports medicine and general family medicine with a focus on underserved communities.

Rebecca Stoll, D.O.

Rebecca Stoll, D.O.

Hometown: Sarasota, Florida
Medical school: 
Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dothan, Alabama
Favorite movie: "The Princess Bride"
Interests: 
Reading, reality TV (especially if it takes place in the UK), baking, hiking, and spending time with many pets.
Why Mayo?: Mayo’s focus on education truly made a difference in my learning and growth as a student during the time I spent as part of the Mayo family as a medical student. It was clear from my interviews that through the Rochester program, specifically, I could prioritize taking care of underserved patients while working under the kindest and most approachable faculty that I had the honor of interviewing with.
Ideal practice: Taking care of underserved patients, with a focus on women’s health, reproductive health, mental health, and adolescent medicine.

Devin Wright, D.O.

Devin Wright, D.O.

Hometown: Monticello, Utah
Medical school: Kansas City University, Joplin, Missouri
Favorite movie: "Remember the Titans"
Interests: Sports, hiking, being outdoors, grilling, board Games, and spending time with family.
Why Mayo?: I had the opportunity to come as a visiting medical student and absolutely loved the experience! I enjoyed the blend of the thriving community-based Kasson clinic with exceptional inpatient training. Plus, the resources available for learning and training here are unmatched. When it came time to make a decision for my rank list, I found myself reminiscing on my month-long experience here and thinking if I can learn that much in a month, imagine what I can learn in three years!?
Ideal practice: My ideal practice is in a rural area where I cover inpatient, outpatient, and the local teams’ sporting events. I will have lots of procedures, POCUS, and OMT as part of the practice.

Class of 2026

Jacob R. Billings, D.O.

Jacob Billings, D.O.

Hometown: Rochester, MN
Medical school: Des Moines University of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines, IA
Favorite movie: Raiders of the Lost Ark
Interests: I love any type of fishing, hiking, or outdoor activities. I am an avid hockey player and try to ski when I can. I have a one-year-old Portuguese water dog and poodle mix puppy that I take on long walks and likes to sit with me on the front step.
Why Mayo? I am originally from Rochester, Minnesota, and have family close by. I really enjoy being able to stop by and hang out with them in my free time. It is nice to come back to the community and see how much it has changed. Mayo Clinic Family Medicine provides the unique ability to practice in a rural environment "Kasson" and practice in a tertiary medical center allowing for unparalleled education and development of a wide variety of skills. I know that the learning and the experiences that I receive at this institution will set me up to be the best family medicine physician I can be.
Ideal practice: My ideal practice would be in a semi-rural environment. A town of 35,000 people or so where I can see and perform a wide variety of procedures and have an all-encompassing practice. I think that community and learner education is incredibly important, and I hope to one day return to academic medicine and focus on how to better educate patients, students, and residents about medicine.

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Remi Boudreau, D.O.

Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Medical school: Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Denver (well really, Parker) CO
Favorite movie: Interstellar
Interests: Hiking, skiing, traveling, playing music, collecting hobbies.
Why Mayo? The learning environment is inspiring! Mayo really cares about setting doctors (and patients!) up for success by giving them the resources they need for life-long learning.
Ideal practice: A clinical practice with a mix of sports/osteopathic medicine and general primary care, working in the hospital, and teaching a class to medical students and other doctors about global health and decolonizing medicine.

Jasleen K. Dhaliwal, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Jasleen Dhaliwal, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hometown: Surrey, British Columbia
Medical school: University College Cork, Ireland
Favorite movie: The Princess Diaries
Interests: Soccer, tag rugby, Bhangra, Giddha, hiking, ice skating, baking, painting rocks, and spending time with my family and friends.
Why Mayo? Mayo Clinic was the perfect choice for me as I was looking for a program that provided comprehensive patient care in both urban and rural settings. The commitment to serving the local and global communities through endless opportunities in research and clinical medicine was one of many reasons I chose the Mayo Clinic. The faculty, staff, and residents were all very friendly and easy to talk to which reassured me that this program would support my learning and lead me to become a competent physician. Finally, the energetic and welcoming environment excited me to call it my home for the upcoming number of years!
Ideal practice: Providing full-spectrum care in family medicine with a special interest in women's health, preventative medicine, addiction medicine, and working with underserved communities.

Sheryl L. Fuehrer, M.D.

Sheryl Fuehrer, M.D.

Hometown: Albuquerque, NM
Medical school: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
Favorite movie: I've never had a favorite, but not infrequently will I quote Mean Girls and Legally Blonde.
Interests: Laughing/crying with friends and family, tennis > pickleball, any pre-arranged fitness class, film photography, watching ballet (annual Nutcracker enthusiast!), admiring the monthly issue of Architectural Digest, True Crime podcasts (preferably solved crimes), antiquing, and consignment sales.
Why Mayo?: Excellent training aside, there were non-curricular elements that set Mayo apart from other reputable family medicine programs. Would love to chat specifics (reach out!) but in brief, as daunting as residency sounded, I wanted a place where my humanness was valued. On my interview day, this was evidenced by the impressive Mayo resident satisfaction and program staff retention rates when compared to national trends. Perhaps the most important to me was training in an institution where humility and respect across all levels of hierarchy are the expectation. I found these at Mayo and I’m incredibly excited to learn and grow here.
Ideal practice: One foot in academic medicine (teaching medical students why family medicine is the coolest) and the other foot in organized medicine (teaching politicians and stakeholders why family medicine is the most important).

Spencer L. Hofschulte-Beck, D.O.

Spencer Hofschulte-Beck, D.O.

Hometown: East Bethel, MN
Medical school: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
Favorite movie: Its a tie between The Sandlot and Good Will Hunting
Interests: biking, running, listening to classic rock, reading sci-fi/adventure novels
Why Mayo? The unparalleled number of resources, scientific innovation, and enormous amount of time and effort which goes into teaching its learners about the common as well as the rare cases.
Ideal practice: Outpatient practice with frequent teaching to medical learners and becoming a nursing home medical director

Ebuka Ibuoka, M.D.

Ebuka Ibuoka, M.D.

Hometown: I was born in Lagos, Nigeria. Spent half of my life so far in Lagos and the second half in the U.S and Caribbean islands.
Medical school: All Saints University, Dominica and Chicago, IL
Favorite movie: Dr. Who Christmas specials
Interests: I love music, sports like soccer, tennis and hiking, swimming, and exploring different places around the world.
Why Mayo? I chose Mayo because from my interactions early on I could clearly see the patient first values in action. I also loved the care for the community in and around Rochester. That, coupled with a unique mix of rural, outpatient medicine, and academic inpatient medicine is extremely valuable to a well-rounded medical education and ultimately for the patients we serve. It is truly an honor to be here.
Ideal practice: My ideal practice would be a good balance of full spectrum family practice with a large focus on obstetrics, outpatient pediatric care, and a dazzling of sports medicine mixed in.

Jessica Langevin, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Jessica Langevin, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.

Hometown: Windsor, ON, Canada
Medical school: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Dublin, Ireland
Favorite movie: I can’t choose one! My favorites are Armageddon, Jurassic Park, and Lord of the Rings (trilogy).
Interests: Scuba diving, hiking, camping, fishing, reading, and arts and crafts.
Why Mayo? As a visiting medical student, I was impressed by the faculty and residents' eagerness to teach and constant support. I truly felt like a valued member of the team. The training environment is also unique — as a resident you get to develop autonomy as a provider in the resident-run clinic located in rural Kasson, while also having the opportunity to train in and have access to world-class resources in Rochester.
Ideal practice: Full spectrum family medicine in a semi-rural area while also being involved in academic medicine.

Jessica Salpor, D.O.

Jessica Salpor, D.O.

Hometown: Pella, IA
Medical school: Des Moines University in Des Moines, IA
Favorite movie: Pretty Woman or really anything with Julia Roberts
Interests: travel, art and cultural events, houseplants, music and concerts, baking, and sports
Why Mayo? I loved the intentional and innovative culture of the program. The opportunity to learn in a robust academic center and readily apply those lessons in a rural clinic environment similar to where I intend to practice in the future was the perfect fit for my goals!
Ideal practice: I want to be positioned to serve my community well and have a practice that keeps me on my toes daily. I’d like my patients to know they will be heard and their concerns addressed to the best of my ability. I truly want my practice to feel like a partnership with my patients where we are comfortable with each other and focused on achieving their health goals. Currently my interests within family medicine are women’s health and obstetrics, sports medicine, procedures, and osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM), so an ideal practice would involve a mix of these interests.

Katherine Spurlock, D.O.

Katherine Spurlock, D.O.

Hometown: Medina, MN
Medical school: West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (Lewisburg, WV)
Favorite movie: Bridesmaids
Interests: running, baking, spending time near water, college football, charcuterie boards
Why Mayo? I grew up hearing about how great Mayo was and then saw for myself that the needs of the patient really do come first here. I was also impressed by the incredible level of collaboration amongst providers. The unique combination of academic inpatient and rural outpatient, while still being fully supported and challenged by dedicated faculty and colleagues sounded like the perfect environment for me!
Ideal practice: I would love to practice full-spectrum family medicine in a rural Minnesota community. I envision working in a clinic with colleagues who are passionate about providing personalized patient-centered care that considers how social determinants of health and available community resources impact patient’s day to day lives. I hope to be a dedicated leader and member of the community who advocates for patients inside and outside of clinical walls.