Marshall University has prepared hundreds pediatric resident alumni to pursue a variety of career paths--from general pediatrics to a variety of subspecialties.
100% job placement and 100% fellowship match rate.
Dominique Elmore, DO
"I am currently a third year fellow in pediatric emergency medicine at University of Louisville in Louisville, KY. I am in the process of applying to jobs, as well as ultrasound fellowship.
I loved my time at Marshall University! The training I received was top notch. I love the small size and exposure to various pathologies. I enjoyed working directly with attendings. I enjoyed the exposure to procedures as well. I chose Marshall because it felt like home."
Yaslam Balfaqih, MD
“I feel proud that I am a MU Pediatrics graduate. While it’s relatively a small-medium program; there are plenty of opportunities for you to grow professionally, academically, socially & personally. I decided to go there because the naturally nice people & friendly work-atmosphere hit me from the first moment. I am confident that this program will help prepare you for whatever endeavor you go to afterwards. The sky’s the limit for your success & dream at MU Pediatrics.
Currently, I live in Panama City, FL & work as a general pediatrician at Emerald Coast Pediatrics, pediatric hospitalist & dept. vice-chair at HCA-Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center, and Clinical Faculty for Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM)."
Allyson Bias, MD (2022-2023)
Hometown: Ona, WV
Undergrad: Marshall University, Huntington,
MD: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine
Personal Interests: Spending time with my fiancé and dogs, travel, baking, hiking, kayaking, attending live concerts
Future Goals in Medicine: General Pediatrics with a specialization in Mental/Behavioral Health
Ashlee Roybal, MD (2022-2023)
Hometown: Temecula, CA
Undergrad: University of California, Irvine
MD: St. George’s Hospital in London
Personal Interests: Paddle boarding, swimming, karaoke, crafting, exploring new places with my wife
Futures Goals: Pediatric Intensive Care or gender based endocrinology