Meet Our Current Fellows
Clinical Neurophysiology - EMG
Summer Gibson, MD
Dr. Gibson grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah. She went to Rice University to complete her undergraduate training. Summer completed medical school at the University of Texas in San Antonio. She was a scholarship athlete competing in cross-country and track while at Rice and currently enjoys training for triathlons. She served as co-chief during her PGY4 year and is currently a neurophysiology fellow with special interest in neuromuscular disease. Summer has done research in immunology, genetics and epidemiology and is currently putting these experiences to use in ALS projects.
Noah Kolb, MD
Noah grew up near Boston, Massachusetts. He studied biochemistry at Bowdoin College and attended medical school at the University of Massachusetts. He and his wife then moved to Charlottesville for residency at the University of Virginia. There he served as chief resident during his final year. He is currently completing a neurophysiology fellowship and is interested in neuromuscular disease. He also has an interest in medical education. Outside the hospital he loves to bike, camp, ski or hike with his dogs.
Natalie Weathered, MD
Natalie studied biology and art history at the University of Notre Dame before returning home to Utah for medical school. She was then fortunate enough to stay on as a neurology resident at the U of U and is now starting her vascular neurology fellowship with us as well. Her long term plans include pursuing a masters in neuroepidemiology which she hopes will then set her up well to become an academic stroke neurologist. Her other academic interests include international medicine, patient advocacy and medical ethics. Outside of medicine, Natalie loves to read, cook and play with her two dogs. She also is always up for a barbecue with friends!
Bethany McClenathan, MD
Bethany is a 2008 graduate from Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois. While in medical school, she participated in several research studies on patients with transient ischemic attacks. She received her undergraduate degree in Animal Biology from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. She completed her internship at the University of Utah. Her love for the outdoors brought her to Utah so she could combine a great education with some fantastic recreation. In her free time she loves to hike and spend time with her husband, friends and dog, Charlie. Her other hobbies include reading, photography and DYI projects.