Current Fellows

Below are our current fellows in the 2023–24 academic year.


Hannah ArchibaldHannah Archibald, MD (2nd Year Fellow)

Hometown: Sacramento, NY
Undergrad: Bates College (Major: Biology)
Medical School: UCSF
Residency: UCSF Primary Care General Internal Medicine Track

I am interested in advanced care planning and serious illness communication, mental health, and career decision-making. I decided to pursue the fellowship because I am excited for the opportunity to work with clinician educator leaders at UCSF and explore my interest in medical education as a career. I also love working at the Mt. Zion DGIM Clinic and am happy to be able to continue working with my patients. I look forward to continuing to develop my skills as a PCP, to learn how to be an effective preceptor for the residents, and to develop skills as a medical educator.

Maya IsaacsohnMaya Isaacsohn, MD (2nd Year Fellow)

Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Undergrad: Tufts University (Major: Community Health, Art History)

Medical School: Emory University School of Medicine
Residency: Emory Internal Medicine Residency

I am interested in chronic disease management of vulnerable populations, with a focus on obesity and diabetes. Additionally, I am interested in patient education and exploring the power of social support and community on health. I decided to pursue the Clinician Educator Fellowship to allow for more primary care exposure and the opportunity to work and collaborate with the UCSF DGIM faculty. I am excited to work as a primary care physician to further develop my skills as a clinician and medical educator. I am looking forward to being a part of the Obesity Medicine Area of Concentration gaining additional training in that area.

Jessica EricksonJessica Erickson, MD (2nd Year Fellow)

Hometown: Berkeley, CA
Undergrad: Harvard University (Major: Psychology)
Medical School: UCSF
Residency: UCSF Primary Care General Internal Medicine Track
Other Prior Experiences: Research Fellowship in Biomedical Ethics at Stanford University  

I am interested in medical education, curriculum development, clinical reasoning, primary care, geriatrics, palliative care, mental health, narrative medicine, care for vulnerable populations, and bioethics. I decided to pursue this fellowship so I could continue working with my amazing UCSF DGIM colleagues, continue caring for my diverse and complex primary care patient panel, and continue serving as an educator and mentor for residents and other learners. For my scholarly work, I am looking forward to developing an outpatient medical education curriculum that focuses on efficient and effective high-yield teaching topics for primary care providers.