COVID-19 Updates

Visit UC San Diego's Coronavirus portal for the latest information for the campus community.

Current Fellows

Alejandro Borquez, M.D. (4th-Year Electrophysiology Fellow): Alejandro grew up in Tijuana, Baja California, and attended Dartmouth College and UC Davis School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Lucille Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford, then returned to San Diego for his fellowship. His medical interests include international medicine, electrophysiology and critical care. He stayed at Rady for his 4th-year fellowship in electrophysiology.

Peter Guyon, M.D. (4th-Year Interventional Cardiology Fellow): Peter is originally from Salt Lake City and earned an undergraduate degree in English at Brigham Young University before attending medical school at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He completed his residency in pediatrics at UC San Diego/Rady Children's Hospital and stayed for his fellowship in pediatric cardiology. His medical interests include interventional cardiology and humanitarian outreach. When not at the hospital, he enjoys basketball, tennis, biking, hiking and golfing poorly. He stayed at Rady for his 4th-year fellowship in interventional cardiology.

Nicholas Dreger, M.D. (3rd-Year Categorical Fellow): Nick hails from a small town in northern Wisconsin. He attended UW-Madison before earning his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Subsequently, he completed his pediatrics residency at the University of California Irvine – Children's Hospital of Orange County. Nick is interested in general cardiology and non-invasive imaging.

Jennifer Lehmberg, M.D. (3rd-Year Categorical Fellow): Jenn is a native Texan who got her start at the McGovern School of Medicine in Houston but has since been making her way across the country for her medical training. She completed her categorical pediatrics residency at Washington University in St. Louis before coming to UC San Diego/Rady Children's Hospital for her pediatric cardiology fellowship. Her interests within medicine include sustainable global health initiatives, especially in Latin America, and legislative advocacy within the American Academy of Pediatrics. Next up she plans to pursue further training in pediatric critical care medicine in order to work as a cardiac intensivist.

Arpine Davtyan, M.D. (2nd-Year Categorical Fellow): Arpine was born in Yerevan, Armenia, and moved to Los Angeles as a child. She completed an undergraduate degree in biology at Stanford University, and medical school at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. She then completed general pediatric residency at UC Irvine/Children's Hospital of Orange County before coming to UC San Diego/Rady Children's Hospital for fellowship in pediatric cardiology.

Thomas Glenn, M.D. (2nd-Year Categorical Fellow): Tom is a proud Arizona native who went to the University of Arizona for his undergraduate education (Bear Down!) before moving out of the country and attending St. George's University in Grenada for medical school. He returned to the U.S. for his clinical rotations and completed his pediatric residency at Rutgers NJMS in Newark, N.J. He is excited about being back on the West Coast with so many outdoor activities to do. He has a strong interest in long-term Fontan outcomes and is heavily involved with the National Pediatric Cardiology QI Collaborative and its efforts to improve the care for single ventricle patients. 

Bruke Tedla, M.D. (1st-Year Categorical Fellow): Bruke is a proud Southern Californian native, who went to undergrad at Pomona College (Chirp Chirp), and medical school at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.  He then completed his general pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, before coming to UC San Diego/Rady Children’s Hospital for fellowship in pediatric cardiology. When not in the hospital, he likes to hike, surf, and eat tacos. 

Andres Moreno, M.D. (1st-Year Categorical Fellow): Andres was born in Bogota, Colombia, where he completed medical school and pediatric residency at the Universidad Militar Nueva Granada. Due to his interest in research and new technologies in congenital heart disease, Andres moved to the United States and completed a second pediatric residency at the University of Connecticut before joining our program at UC San Diego/Rady Children’s Hospital. His interests include Cardiac Critical Care and Electrophysiology. During his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, going to the beach, and playing piano and violin.
Show additional content areas below