Drs. Matthew Tremblay, Shannon DeGroff, Michael Kisicki, Shirin Schilling, Jurate Ivanaviciene and Ibrahim Elali have joined the clinical faculty at UConn Health in recent months.
Tremblay is a neurologist who specializes in multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunology. He directs the Department of Neurology's multiple sclerosis clinic. Tremblay joins UConn Health from the University of California, San Francisco, where he completed an MS fellowship.
DeGroff is an obstetrician and gynecologist seeing patients in UConn Health's Women's Center and at UConn Health's Canton office. She joins the faculty after training at UConn Health as an OB-GYN resident, her last year as chief administrative resident.
Kisicki is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who sees patients at UConn Health's West Hartford office. Kisicki joins UConn Health from California, where he worked for Kaiser Permanente. He is board certified in psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry.
Schilling is a psychiatrist who stayed at UConn Health following her residency training in psychiatry, which included a year as inpatient chief of psychiatry.
Ivanaviciene is an infectious diseases physician who joined the faculty after completing a fellowship in infectious diseases at UConn Health. Her areas of expertise include HIV/AIDS, travel medicine, and hepatitis B and C.
Elali is a UConn-trained nephrologist who sees patients in the UConn Dialysis Center and UConn Health's main building in Farmington as well as the UConn John Dempsey Hospital.
Elali joined the faculty out of his UConn Health fellowship in nephrology.