Residents and Fellows

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine


  • Garcia, Natasha, MD (PGY2): Internal Medicine

    Dr Natasha GarciaNatasha Garcia MD (PGY2)

    • Medical School: University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences
    • Hometown: Laredo, Texas
    • Career Goals: Primary Care or Hospitalist
    • Hobbies: Zumba, playing sports, winter and summer outdoor activities, Bingo, gardening, baking, watching movies, attending concerts and festivals and spending time with my family

  • Garcia Rider,, Emmanuelle, MD (PGY4) (Fellow): Child Psychiatry Fellowship

    Emmanuelle Garcia-RiderEmmanuelle Garcia Rider, MD (PGY4) (Fellow)

    • Undergraduate College: University of Nevada, Reno
    • Research Interests: Forensics, Addiction, and academic
    • Hometown: Reno, NV
    • Hobbies: Running, knitting, and bread making.

    Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

  • Gokovski, Liron, MD (PGY3): Internal Medicine

    Liron Gokovski, MDLiron Gokovski MD (PGY3)

    • Medical School: University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City UT
    • Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT
    • Career Goals: Intensive-Care/cardiology
    • Hobbies: Alpinism, Paragliding, Backpacking, and Reading

  • Gosen, Matthew, MD (PGY2): Internal Medicine

    Dr Matthew GosenMatthew Gosen MD (PGY2)

    • Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    • Hometown: Fremont, CA
    • Career Goals: Hospitalist
    • Hobbies: Cooking, Coffee, Movies

  • Greenblat, Dylan, M.D. (PGY3): Family Medicine

    Dylan GreenblatDylan Greenblat M.D. (PGY3)

    • Medical School: St. George’s University School of Medicine
    • Undergraduate College: University of Nevada, Reno
    • Career Goals: Full spectrum care for the whole family – from infants to their grandparents – and primary care sports medicine.
    • Hobbies: Traveling the world with my amazing wife! Hiking, paddle boarding, camping, weightlifting, wood working, skiing, snorkeling, creating time for my family and friends, and getting lost in the woods while it’s snowing

    Why did you choose the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno Family Medicine Residency?:Nevada has always been my home and even when life has taken my wife and I elsewhere, I long for the mountains, sagebrush and untamed wilderness that make up this truly diverse yet unique state. It also just so happens that I met my wife – who is now also a family medicine physician - while volunteering at a medical clinic in Reno, so it should come as no surprise that we would want to make our home where our story began! During our medical school training we saw many different family medicine programs; learned what would allow us to excel and provide excellent care; and, always found ourselves looking at Reno as the perfect place to be. Extensive training running the full gamut of medicine was high on our list for a residency program, as we both desire the ability to take care of anyone, in any situation; however, it was also important to be learning alongside faculty physicians and senior residents whom we could really enjoy our time with – after all, the field of family medicine is just as much about lifelong medical care as it is about cherishing the bonds we have with others.

  • Grunert, Tim, M.D. (Chief Resident): Family Medicine

    Kaley Getchis Chief Resident
    Tim Grunert M.D.

    • Medical School: University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine
    • Undergraduate College: University of Nevada, Reno
    • Career Goals: Health Advocacy/Policy Development and Medical Education
    • Hobbies: Playing Guitar/Piano, Swimming, SpikeBall, Rubik’s Cubing

    Why did you choose the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno Family Medicine Residency?The Family Medicine Residency at UNR Med provides such a strong family-feel to their residents and medical students. The extraordinary support, combined with the opportunity to earn a diverse education and participate in both advocacy and medical education, all in my own home was unmatched anywhere else. The faculty and residents here are those who shaped my love for Family Medicine, and the opportunity to learn and work alongside them is incredibly exciting!