Internal Medicine Chief Residents
2019-2020 Chief Residents: Dr. Nibras Chowdhury, Dr. Logan Rhea
Danubia spent her childhood in Baton Rouge, Louisiana but relocated to Bowie, Maryland. She comes from a family of two children, including her identical older sister. She became a Blue Devil for undergraduate school at Duke University and pitched a tent outside Krzyzewskiville before big games. She majored in Chemistry. She then attended medical school at the Howard University in Washington, D.C. After medical school, Danubia ventured just outside of the nation’s capital city to Inova Fairfax Hospital for internal medicine residency. She is fascinated by the rapidly developing field of oncology, and hopeful that it will lead to breakthrough treatments that she will use in her career. Questionable decisions led her to simultaneously planning and executing her wedding, applying and interviewing for hematology/oncology fellowships, studying for and taking the internal medicine boards, and beginning chief resident year. She has no regrets. Danubia in her spare time, likes to scour the internet for travel deals, watch professional tennis (she is two short of seeing all the grand slams), and sample cuisine from all the local foodie hangouts.
Logan is a native of the DMV, born and raised in Burke, Virginia. He majored in chemistry at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, then traded the beach for the mountains and pursued his medical degree at the Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia. It was an easy choice to return to Northern Virginia for residency at Inova Fairfax Hospital, and he was honored to stay on for a “victory lap” and Chief Resident year. Logan is currently applying and interviewing for fellowship in hematology and oncology, and looks forward to where life takes him next. Additional medical areas of interest include resident education, high-value care and advocacy. Outside of medicine, Logan loves to travel, watch (read: stress over) local Washington-area sports teams, play tennis and some would say he listens to too much NPR.
Resident Team Faces Sheets (Teams 1-3 & A-D)
Policies (password protected)
Inpatient Rotation Forms - Wards, MICU, CCU
Outpatient and Elective Rotation Forms