Dr. Siebert is the Program Director of the University of Washington (UW) Sports Medicine fellowship. He was born and raised near Chicago, and he completed his undergraduate training at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his medical degree from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, later moving to Seattle to complete his Family Medicine residency and Sports Medicine fellowship training at UW. He is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM), the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), and Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society.
Dr. Siebert is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, practicing and teaching Sports Medicine and outpatient Family Medicine. He sees patients at the Sports Medicine Center at Husky Stadium and the Northgate branch of UW Neighborhood Clinics, and he is a team physician for the University of Washington Huskies and Seattle Seahawks. Outside of his clinical roles, he is involved in resident and fellow education as well as research and curricular development, and he leads the UW Family Medicine Residency point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) curriculum.
Away from work, Dr. Siebert enjoys hiking, backpacking, distance running, traveling, and spending time with friends, family, and his wife and daughter.
Dr. Ashwin Rao is the Associate Program Director for the University of Washington Sports Medicine fellowship. He is board-certified in family medicine and sports medicine. He completed his undergraduate studies at Swarthmore College and his medical degree at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Rao completed his residency training in family medicine and his sports medicine fellowship at the University of Washington. He is an Associate Professor in UW’s Department of Family Medicine.
Dr. Rao currently serves as a team physician for University of Washington Husky Athletics. He is a medical consultant for the Brooks Beast Track Clumb.He is a member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine (AMSSM), the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the Washington Academic of Family Practice (WAFP), and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). He is an elected member of the AMSSM’s Board of Directors, for which he is the co-chair of the Education Committee.
Dr. Rao’s special interests include musculoskeletal ultrasound guided procedures, including percutaneous, tenotomy, platelet rich plasma and autologous blood injection, ultrasound guided joint injections, peripheral nerve hydrodissections. He enjoys medical student and resident education, patient-centered care, injury care and prevention, cardiac and mental health concerns in the athlete, concussion assessment and management, and emergency preparedness. Dr. Rao’s clinical practice is at the UW Husky Stadium Sports Medicine Center.
Kyle Nagle, MD, MPH is an Associate Program Director for the University of Washington Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and Director of its Pediatric Track.He is board-certified in pediatrics and sports medicine.He completed his undergraduate degree at Williams College and then earned his MD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School and his MPH from the University of Washington.He completed his residency at the University of Washington/Seattle Children’s and his Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Dr. Nagle has been a team physician at the high school, collegiate, and elite levels. He is a team physician for U.S. Ski and Snowboard and works with the U.S. Nordic Ski Team. He is also the head team physician for the U.S. Paralympics Nordic Ski Team. He has also served as a medical classifier for the International Paralympic Committee, and as team physician for the University of Wisconsin and the University of Denver. He is a member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine (AMSSM), the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Washington State Medical Society (WSMA), and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness (COSMF).
Dr. Nagle’s special interests include medical education, athlete development, exercise physiology, athlete mental health and resiliency, patient-centered care and injury care and prevention. Dr. Nagle’s clinical practice is at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Harmon is a Professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Section Head of the Sports Medicine Section and Head Football Physician at the University of Washington. She has been at the UW since 1998 when she first joined the fellowship faculty serving as the Director of the fellowship from 2004 – 2014. During her tenure as Director she helped establish the University of Washington as one of the pre-eminent sports medicine fellowships in the country, developing a rich Division I fellow sports-coverage experience, adopting a strong research focus, and becoming an early incorporator of musculoskeletal ultrasound. Under her leadership the fellowship also developed a strong procedural focus. Dr. Harmon remains actively involved in the fellowship as a teacher, colleague and mentor to fellows and graduates.
Dr. Harmon has long been a national leader in sports medicine with a particular dedication to the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM). She served on the board of directors from 2002 – 2006, the executive board from 2007 – 2011, and as President in 2009-10. She served on the AMSSM Foundation Board from 2011 – 2022 and was President in 2020. She has also been involved with the Pac-12 Student Athlete Health and Well-Being Board Initiative (SAHWBI) as board representative from 2015 – 2020 and Chair from 2017-2019 during which time she guided the implementation of a conference-wide injury and illness surveillance system (the first of its kind) encompassing over 6,000 athletes from 12 universities which includes over 35 sports. She became the Research Development Director for the Pac-12 in 2020 which has provided over 15 million dollars in funding for research projects selected to benefit the health and wellness of the student-athletes (https://pac-12.com/pac-12-research-grants-program ). She has served as a consultant to the NCAA, the Department of Defense, was the medical advisor to the National Basketball Players Association (2014-2019) and is currently on the NFL Head, Neck and Spine Committee. Her research interests include sudden cardiac death in athletes, concussion, and orthobiologics.
Dr. Drezner is a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Director of the UW Medicine Center for Sports Cardiology at the University of Washington (Seattle, WA). He is Team Physician for the Seattle Seahawks (NFL), OL Reign (NWSL), and the University of Washington. Dr. Drezner is Editor-in-Chief for the British Journal of Sports Medicine and past-President of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (2012 – 2013). He is also Director of the Division for Cardiac Injury in Sport for the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research. Dr. Drezner has dedicated his career to the prevention of sudden cardiac arrest and death (SCA/D) in young athletes and the development of effective models for prevention. He is co-PI and developer of the Outcomes Registry for Cardiac Conditions in Athletes (ORCCA Registry) designed to monitor health outcomes in competitive athletes diagnosed with pathologic cardiac disorders, inclusive of COVID-19 myocardial injury. His primary research focuses on the incidence and etiology of SCA/D, cardiovascular screening and electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation in athletes, and emergency response planning and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in the school and athletic settings.
As Director of the UW Medicine Center for Sports Cardiology, his mission is to transform the delivery of cardiovascular care in the young to promote safe physical activity and athletic participation. This integrative center is a unique collaboration between sports medicine and cardiology specialists to establish clinical and academic resources that advance the cardiovascular health and safety of active children, young adults, and competitive athletes. Dr. Drezner is also co-Chair of the UW Medicine Cardiovascular Wellness and Prevention Program aimed at evaluating risk and promoting safe exercise in active adults. In the Seattle community, he is Chair of the Medical Advisory Board for Seattle United youth soccer club and Medical Director for the Nick of Time Foundation which provides advanced heart screening to adolescents.
In 2012 and 2015, Dr. Drezner chaired an international summit to develop and refine ECG interpretation standards in athletes and develop online training resources for physician education. The 2013 Seattle Criteria and 2017 International Criteria aim to assist physicians distinguish physiologic ECG adaptations in athletes from ECG abnormalities suggestive of a pathologic cardiac disorder, and these expert consensus statements emerged as contemporary standards for ECG in young athletes around the world. In 2016, Dr. Drezner was co-chair of the AMSSM Position Statement on Cardiovascular Screening in Athletes. This balanced document critically addressed existing evidence and knowledge gaps to provide clinicians a new framework to approach cardiovascular screening in athletes. Dr. Drezner has twice had the great privilege of highlighting his scientific contributions as the keynote lecture on SCD prevention at the IOC World Conference on the Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (2011, 2017). Recently, he has consulted on COVID-19 medical committees for the National Football League (NFL), National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Pacific-12 Conference, National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA), and Washington Youth Soccer.
Dr. O’Kane is a professor of orthopaedics and sports medicine and UW head team physician. He also holds an adjunct appointment in the Department of Family Medicine.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Dartmouth College and his M.D. from the University of Vermont in Burlington, and then came to the UW for his residency in family medicine. He also completed a primary care sports fellowship in the UW Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. His clinical interests are in sports medicine, primary care, and athletic team care. He is also interested in musculoskeletal injuries in athletes and active people, and medical issues related to sports performance.
Dr. O’Kane’s patient care philosophy is, “I seek to partner with my patients to help them stay healthy and active and achieve their competitive goals — from a run around Green Lake to competing in the Olympics. As a primary care sports physician, I employ non-surgical interventions and rehabilitation to overcome and prevent injuries, returning athletes of all abilities to peak form. When the need for surgery arises, I feel fortunate to partner with some of the best orthopaedic surgeons in the country. My personal interests include skiing, golf, music, and keeping up with my kids!”
Dr. Quitiquit is board certified in Pediatrics and has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. She grew up in the south king county area and then attended Gonzaga University on a basketball scholarship. She coached high school basketball and club volleyball in the region. She attended medical school at the University of Washington and completed her pediatric residency at University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital, and served as Chief resident. She completed fellowships in primary care sports medicine and medical education at University of California of Los Angeles.
Dr. Quitiquit is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Department of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and an associate director for the UW pediatric residency program. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness (COSMF), and active member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. Her educational interests include injury prevention and community advocacy. She enjoys meeting with learners to discuss personal and professional development. Spending her life on the West Coast, she loves being by the water, spending time outdoors with her husband, three young children and extended family.
Dr. Monique Burton is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Orthopedics. She is the Medical Director of the Seattle Children’s Sports Medicine Program. She is Chair of the USATF Sports Medicine and Science Committee. She has been an Olympic Team Physician. She has a strong interest in equitable access to play and physical literacy. Dr. Burton serves as a clinical faculty member and regular preceptor within the sports medicine fellowship.Outside of work, Dr. Burton is passionate about yoga and leads many of the AMSSM pre-conference sessions in yoga and fitness.
Christopher Y. Kweon, M.D., is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon at the Sports Medicine Center at Husky Stadium, a UW assistant professor of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, and the Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program Director.Dr. Kweon specializes in providing comprehensive treatment of sports injuries using arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgical techniques. He strives to create active partnerships with his patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.Dr. Kweon earned his M.D. from the UW and did fellowship training in sports and shoulder surgery at the University of Michigan. His clinical interests include treating disorders of the knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle in patients with sports injuries. His research interests include patient outcomes after treatment of sports medicine conditions, quality and value in orthopaedics and sports medicine, resident education, along with healthcare utilization and efficacy for common sports injuries.Dr. Kweon enjoys spending time with his family outdoors, rooting for Husky Athletics, eating BBQ and playing softball.
Brian Krabak MD MBA is a Clinical Professor of Rehabilitation, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Sports Medicine. He completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University, MD at the State University of New York Buffalo School of Medicine and MBA from the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business. He completed his Internship at the Johns Hopkins-Sinai Hospital, Residency at the New England Medical Center/Tufts School of Medicine and Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. He was faculty in Sports Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine prior to joining the University of Washington.
Dr Krabak’s sports medicine experiences have included the Olympics (2012 US Olympic Marathon Trials, 2010 Vancouver Games, 2004 Athens Games, 2002 Salt Lake Games), USA Swimming (Worlds, World Cups), professional baseball (Baltimore Orioles), and collegiate sports (University of Washington, Seattle University, Johns Hopkins). He is currently a National team physician for USA Swimming traveling internationally for elite level events, Medical Director for the 4 Deserts Series Ultramarathons (held throughout the world) and Medical Director for the Seattle Rock-n-Roll Marathon.
Dr Krabak is an active educator and advocate at a local and national level. He is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, where he consistently speaks on topics relating to sports medicine. His clinical expertise and research is in preventing injury in active individuals in runners, swimmers, gymnasts and endurance athletes. He is leading an national task force to develop consensus guidelines for preventing injury in youth runners.
Dr. Jinguji is board certified in Pediatrics and has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. He grew up in the south king county area and then attended the University of Washington obtaining a bachelor of science degree in Chemistry. He attended medical school at the University of Washington and completed his pediatric residency at University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital, and served as Chief resident. Hewas a fellow in primary care sports medicine at the University of Washington.
Dr. Jinguji is a clinical professor in both the Department of Pediatrics and Department of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and serves as director of ambulatory services for the department of orthopedics and sports medicine, and medical director of the south/Federal Way clinic.He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and an active member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. His research interests include concussion and developmental hip dysplasia. He enjoys spending time with his family, church community and trying not to get injured while running and doing other sporting activities.
After 20 years in the fitness industry, ranging from corporate health and wellness to collegiate recreation, Carrie transitioned to Graduate Medical Education, and is the Program Administrator for the University of Washington Sports Medicine fellowship. She attended the University of Puget Sound for both her undergraduate and master’s degrees, and earned a certificate in Sports Medicine and Human Performance from UW Professional and Continuing Education. Carrie works behind the scenes, supporting the fellows’ overall experience, ensuring a smooth academic year.
She is a long-time member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and IDEA Health and Fitness Association. Giving back to her community is important, and in that realm, is a local and international volunteer for her sorority.
Being active is an occupational hazard from her previous career. Carrie was a member of the Seattle Warbirds, Seattle’s first women’s professional football team, of the Women’s American Football League (WAFL). She particularly enjoys functional fitness and cycling, and recently discovered Pickleball, where she continues to work on her third shot drop and staying out of the kitchen.
Leina’ala Song, MD, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. She earned her medical degree from John A. Burns School of Medicine and went on to complete her internal medicine training at Kaiser Permanente Hawai’i.
Growing up she always had a love for sports, playing volleyball and soccer competitively. She found her passion for sports medicine during high school after suffering a brachial plexus injury, experiencing firsthand the impact a sports medicine physician can have on vulnerable athletes. This motivated her to strive to provide similar care in underserved communities as her own. Throughout her schooling she became involved with Special Olympics both as a coach and a medical provider. Upon completion of her fellowship, she hopes to return to her home island of Maui to improve access to sports medicine care there.
Away from work, she enjoys playing soccer, swimming, painting, and spending time with family and friends.
Georgia Griffin, MD grew up in Vermont and then attended Stanford University on a track/XC scholarship. After college, she volunteered for a year with a residential home for at risk youth with special medical needs in Cochabamba, Bolivia, where she started a physical activity program for adolescent girls. She returned home for medical school at Dartmouth, and then completed her pediatric residency at University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Georgia is passionate about improving access to active lifestyles and supporting community-driven programming to increase health equity. After fellowship, she hopes to practice a combination of sports medicine and primary care. In her free time, Georgia loves trail running, berry foraging, doing all arts and crafts, and practicing Spanish.