Joshua A. Hess
Fellowship: Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN
Jacob T. Kilgore
Fellowship: Pediatric Infectious Disease, Duke University, Durham, NC
Ed Moran, MD
Ed is a West Virginia native, attended South Charleston High School and graduated from Marshall University with degree in Education in Math and Physics. He then went to Lehigh University and graduated with a Master's in Mathematics. He then taught high school math and physics in Boone County, WV, then 2 years of teaching at WV State College. He then attended Marshall University School of Medicine where he received his degree in medicine. Ed is married with three children.
Ed now practices with Valley Health Systems' Fort Gay, WV office, serving both adults and children in their outpatient setting.
Academic Highlights: 11/6/06 - Lecture on “Dementia- a case presentation of normal pressure hydrocephalus” to Internal Medicine residents
Autumn Whitlock-Morales, MD
Autumn grew up in Nicholas County, West Virginia. She is a graduate of Marshall University School of Medicine and completed a Medicine-Pediatrics residency program, also at Marshall. She now practices with Richwood Area Community Hospital serving both adults and children in an inpatient and outpatient setting.
Ryan Cicenas, MD
Ryan was born in Gary, Indiana but went to high school in Huntington, WV. He did his undergraduate work in mathematics at Marshall University (where he also played football for the Thundering Herd - and was part of the 1992 National Championship Team). He completed medical school and residency training in Medicine-Pediatrics at Marshall University. Interestingly, he graduated high school with Aaron McGuffin and went to college with Chad Smith (who also was his Alpha Tau Omega little brother). Special interests include football (of any sort, though especially Notre Dame and Marshall) and music. Ryan also participates in a pediatric outreach program at a rural high/middle school once per month. Ryan is board certified in both Pediatrics & Internal Medicine.
Chad Smith, MD
Chad is a West Virginia native whose interests include research on Streptococcal pneumoniae resistance. He works closely with Internal Medicine Chairman Emeritus, Dr. Maurice Mufson and has won several research awards for his research endeavors. Chad is married and has two young children. Chad was the Chief Resident for the Department of Medicine. He is now board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.