First Year

Kelsey Rigby

Kelsey Rigby, DO

Kavish Singh

Kavish Singh, MD

Second Year

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Christopher Inserra, MD

Undergraduate: Boston College
Medical School: Creighton University School of Medicine
Residency: Creighton University Medical Center
Research Interests: Rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthropathies, osteoarthritis

Dr. Inserra's interest in rheumatology was born out of a background in physical medicine & rehabilitation as well as passionate mentorship that he received during his time at Creighton, where he learned that the field combines extensive knowledge of the musculoskeletal system with the many complexities of internal medicine.

Outside of medicine, he enjoys playing ice hockey and is thus happy to be spending his fellowship in northern New England. He also enjoys spending time with family, road trips and sampling new restaurants

Aakanksha Khanna

Aakanksha Khanna, MD

Undergraduate University: University of Toronto - Mississauga
Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine
Residency: State University of New York – Buffalo (or University at Buffalo)
Research Interests: Gamification in Medical Education, Interactive teaching models

Dr. Khanna’s interest in rheumatology was born out of her interest towards the art of problem-solving. The challenges posed by complex cases, such as the ones typically seen in the field of Rheumatology, offer a diagnostic dilemma that she enjoys solving. Her interest in building long-lasting patient relationships as well as love for history taking and physical exam skills further solidified her interest in this field. She has been enjoying her clinical experience thus far. Furthermore, given her immense interest in medical education, she has been thrilled to be in a mentoring and teaching role.

Her passion outside of medicine is dance; to fuse her prior dance training and ongoing medical training she aims to teach her patients with Rheumatologic diseases the importance of exercise in improving overall quality of life. She also enjoys traveling, trying new outdoor activities, and learning new cultures.