Dr. Velloze is originally from Cleveland, OH, and graduated summa cum laude from Case Western Reserve University with a bachelor’s in Biology. She then attended Washington University in St. Louis for medical school. There she was an active participant in Student Support Services and Medical Students for Choice. She also participated in research on contained versus uncontained laparoscopic hysterectomy.
She stayed in St. Louis for residency training at Barnes-Jewish Hospital / Washington University School of Medicine. During residency, she was a member of the Balance in Medicine Committee and Forum for Women in Medicine. She presented at Grand Rounds during her third year on Reproductive Rights: Access and Policy. She was a member of the Doctor’s Dilemma team, a medical jeopardy competition team, which won the state competition and made it to the semi-finals at the national American College of Physicians conference. She was also chosen by her residency class to be one of three discussants for the yearly Senior Resident CPC.
Dr. Velloze joined the Department of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine as an Instructor in June of 2018. She plans to apply to Pulmonary/Critical Care fellowship and is participating in research on venous thromboembolism risk in ECMO patients. She also continues to coach the Doctor’s Dilemma team.