Meet our current fellows at The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
Dr. David Ross, MD – Sports Medicine Fellow
David Ross, MD was born and raised in Miami, Florida – where he fell in love with ice hockey at a young age while watching his hometown Florida Panthers. He played hockey competitively in high school and on the collegiate level at Washington University in St. Louis. Following his undergraduate education, he enrolled in medical school at the State University of New York – Downstate College of Medicine. After medical school, he completed his residency in Family Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania – where he spent time covering a variety of Penn athletic teams as well as the Penn Relays, Philadelphia Marathon and Tri-Rock Triathlon. In his free time, David enjoys traveling, playing golf, sailing, and attending Triple Crown horse races.
Dr. Alexis Tingan, MD - Former Sports Medicine Fellow
Alexis Tingan, MD was born and raised in the Southeast Texas town of Beaumont, where he first fell in love with sports as a multi-sport athlete. He left Texas for New Jersey to attend college at Princeton University, where he participated in track and field. Following college Alexis worked for a year with Vanderbilt University Sports Medicine before enrolling in medical school at Emory University. After medical school, Alexis completed a year of general surgery internship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania before starting Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) residency at the University of Pennsylvania. During his last year of PM&R residency, Alexis served as chief resident. He is no stranger to the family medicine department as he has spent time during his residency rotating through the Family Medicine department. In his free time, Alexis enjoys spending time with his wife and two dogs, as well as cooking creole cuisine, playing/watching sports, and following American politics.