Kassi Avent, MD
Dr. Kassi Avent grew up in Newport News, Virginia, and graduated from Christopher Newport University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She then went on to complete a master’s degree in tumor immunology at the Medical College of Virginia where she also completed her medical training. As a primary care physician, she is passionate about engaging patients and community in preventative medicine.
Jordan Cohen, DO
Dr. Jordan Cohen was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. He graduated from George Washington University with a Bachelor of Science degree. After working for three years in public health, supporting underserved populations in Washington, D.C., he decided to enter medical school at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He enjoys family medicine for the broad array of patients and the ability to focus on preventative medicine while incorporating osteopathic manual medicine.
Jenna Landers, DO
Dr. Jenna Landers grew up in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the University of Richmond with a major in biochemistry and minor in Latin American and Iberian studies. She earned her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her intern year at UPMC Shadyside in Pittsburgh. She is excited to join the Bryn Mawr Family Practice team, and her special clinical interests include global and women’s health.
April Lockley, DO
Dr. April Lockley grew up in several cities throughout the U.S. and graduated from Longwood University in Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She earned her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a Traditional Rotating Internship at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Queens, New York. She has interest in women’s health and population health.
Dr. Michael Siuta grew up in Union, New Jersey. He did his undergraduate at Cornell University and earned his medical degree and PhD from Vanderbilt University. His primary focus is patient education with clinical interests in cardiovascular health, cancer screening, management of metabolic disorders, orthopaedic injuries, and neurologic and neuromuscular diseases.
Class of 2020
Joseph O'Brien, DO
Dr. Joe O’Brien grew up in Vienna, Virginia, and attended the University of Virginia for his undergraduate degree. He earned a master’s degree in physiology at Georgetown University and then went on to earn his medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. O’Brien chose family medicine because he enjoys caring for patients of all ages. He is also interested in pursuing a fellowship in sports medicine.
Jason Sellers, MD
Dr. Jason Sellers is originally from the Philadelphia area and graduated from Boston University with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry. After working in the pharmaceutical industry, he earned his master’s degree in biomedical engineering in Paris, France. He returned to Philadelphia and earned his medical degree at Temple University School of Medicine. He chose family medicine for its diversity of patients and the focus on preventive care.
Andrew Short, MD
Dr. Andrew Short grew up in south central Pennsylvania and earned his undergraduate degree at West Chester University. After earning a master’s degree in biomedical science at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic medicine, he earned his medical degree at American University in the Caribbean. Dr. Short is excited to be a resident at Bryn Mawr Family Practice and looks forward to pursuing his interest in sports medicine during residency.
Kelly Strickler, DO
Dr. Kelly Strickler grew up in Cape May Court House, New Jersey, and earned her bachelor’s degree in biology. She earned her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Strickler chose family medicine because it allows her to form lasting relationships with her patients and their families. She is interested in full-spectrum family medicine, including pediatrics, women’s health, and preventive care.
Class of 2021
Elise Paquin, MD
Dr. Elise Paquin grew up in New England, attending Boston University for both her undergraduate degree as well as a master’s degree in biochemistry. She then earned her medical degree from Jefferson Medical College before completing two years of general surgical residency with Northwell Health (formerly North Shore/Long Island Jewish). Dr. Paquin chose to change to a career in family medicine because it allows her to focus more on preventative medicine and education, and is excited to help her patients take control of their health.
Amanda Stahl, DO
Dr. Amanda Stahl grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Scranton with her undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Biology. She earned her medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Stahl chose family medicine because “it is a dedication to walking with our patients when they struggle to stand: to walk with them on good and bad days, to fight for their well-being when they cannot fight for themselves, and to hear their hopes, dreams, and fears when others find it hard to listen.” She is interested in preventative care for all ages and osteopathic manipulative medicine. She enjoys Disney, cooking, and walking her German Shepherd, Stella.
Ama Tettey-Fio, MD
Dr. Ama Tettey-Fio was born in Akron, Ohio and graduated from Swarthmore College with a bachelor's degree in English literature and a minor in interpretation studies. She earned her master's in biology at Mississippi College before attending medical school at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. Dr. Tettey-Fio chose family medicine to practice full-spectrum care and has special interests in integrative medicine and women's health.
Eleanora Yeiser, DO
Dr. Eleanora Yeiser grew up in the Philadelphia area and earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from La Salle University. She earned her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Yeiser chose family medicine for its emphasis on preventative care and the opportunity to partner with people of all ages and backgrounds to maximize their health and live as well as they can.