Current Rheumatology Fellows
First Year Fellows
Abigail Gilbert, MD, was named a 2013-2014 Driskill Rheumatology Fellow. She joined the Division of Rheumatology in 2013. After growing up in Washington, DC, she attended Brown University where majored in Math and Judaic Studies. After college, she returned to DC and spent two years working at NIH studying a mouse model of Pompe Disease. She earned her medical degree at Vanderbilt where she was active in the medical student-run free clinic and was awarded the medical student volunteer of the year. She completed a combined residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine, serving as the med-peds chief resident her final year. She enjoys spending time cooking, skiing, biking, and relaxing with her family.
Mary Mahieu, MD, was named a 2013-2014 Driskill Rheumatology Fellow. She joined the Division of Rheumatology in 2013 after completing her residency in Internal Medicine at Northwestern. She completed her MD at the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Mary has been working with the SOLVABLE (Study of Lupus Vascular and Bone Long-term Endpoints) study in the Division of Rheumatology since 2011. Outside of her fellowship, Mary enjoys cooking, trying new restaurants in Chicago, traveling, and spending time with family.
Second Year Fellows
Amy Archer, MD, PhD, was named a 2012-2013 Driskill Fellow. She joined the Division of Rheumatology in 2012 after completing her residency at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She completed her MD/PhD at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. During her MD/PhD Program, she received the Eliot Goldings Award in Rheumatology at UT Southwestern, and a PEO Scholar award, which is a merit-based award granted to only 85 women in the US and Canada who are pursuing advanced degrees. Outside of her fellowship, she enjoys cooking, running, playing sports and traveling.
Diana Sandler, MD, was named a 2012-2013 Driskill Rheumatolgy Fellow. She joined the Division of Rheumatology in 2012 after completing her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Chicago (Northshore). She completed her MD at Rush University Medical College in Chicago in 2009. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Loyola University Chicago in 2004 with a BS in Business Administration and a minor in Biology. Diana has been active around the Chicagoland community, splitting her time during college and medical school among the Uptown Café Restaurant for the Homeless, the Children’s Memorial Teen Center, the Hillel Jewish Student Organization, and the Pilsen Homeless Healthcare Clinic. Outside of her fellowship, her interests include spending time with family, traveling, restaurants, and the ballet.
Third Year Fellows
Ben Korman, MD, PhD, was named a 2012-13 Driskill Rheumatology Fellow. He joined the Division of Rheumatology as a fellow in the summer of 2011. Dr. Korman is from the Cleveland area and earned his undergraduate and medical degrees at The Ohio State University. During medical school, he participated in the NIH Clinical Research Training Program and won Ohio State's Department of Internal Medicine Research Award. He has since gone on to do his Internal Medicine Residency at Northwestern University where he is a part of the Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) and been awarded multiple Department of Medicine teaching awards.