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Family Medicine Residency Program - Cheyenne

Kathlene Mondanaro, D.O.

PGYII

Kathlene MondanaroKathlene's journey to Osteopathic Medicine has been unconventional.  Originally from the east coast, she previously was an Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at Saint Michael's College (Vermont), where she pioneered a new paradigm of research with undergraduates in the mid-late 1990's and early 2000's.  She left a tenured position at Saint Mike's to attend to family needs in Colorado, where she thereafter had the opportunity to go to medical school - something she considered, but did not pursue at a more age-appropriate time.  She has been involved with international medical service since her early college days, and regularly works in Haiti as well as various places in Central and South America.  Her educational journey before medical school led to a PHD in organic chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania, and a MA in Theology from Saint Michael's College (Vermont), a BA in Chemistry from Bard College, and an AAS in Nursing from SUNY Dutchess Community College.  She is a graduate of Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, Colorado.  An outdoor enthusiast, Kathlene can be found hiking, biking, swimming, running or walking her dog in her time off.  She is owned by three parrots, and also enjoys yoga, SCUBA diving and reading.  She is grateful to be in such a strong program with supportive fellow residents and outstanding Attending Physicians!!


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