Tyler Beute, MD
Undergraduate School: Ferris State University School of Nursing
Medical School: Michigan State University - College of Human Medicine
Why did you want to be a chief resident? I felt honored to be selected as one of our chief residents. I'm simply hoping to help continue the great legacy of our residency program — whether that is through recruitment, promotion of wellness as a department, or new initiatives during our year. I'm excited to be a voice for our residents to administration and vice versa.
Why I chose U-M Anesthesiology: I chose the University of Michigan because of its great reputation, exposure to a large variety of cases, and their dedication to wellness — with a good work/life balance. In addition, the people (both the anesthesiology and surgery departments) were all so down-to-earth and approachable. I have never been disappointed with my decision!
Hobbies: Hunting — archery mostly (whitetail and elk), boating (skiing/surfing), running, and spending as much time with my wife and two boys as possible.
Favorite Ann Arbor restaurant: The Last Word
Favorite thing about life in Ann Arbor: Ann Arbor has so much to do, including multiple, well-maintained public parks and pools. I also appreciate that it's a smaller city that is so much more accessible than most. Lastly, we love the church that we attend in downtown Ann Arbor!
Reed Kamyszek, MD
Undergraduate School: Syracuse University
Medical School: Duke University School of Medicine
Why did you want to be a chief resident? I entered the nomination for chief resident to represent my co-residents' best interests within the Department of Anesthesiology and Michigan Medicine. The ability to make impacts on the educational foundation for current and future residents allows me to leave a lasting impression on our program. Personally, it affords me an opportunity for personal growth in education leadership.
Why I chose U-M Anesthesiology: Full breadth of clinical experience, an amazing research infrastructure, approachable faculty, and a family-friendly environment!
Hobbies: Running. I run-commute to work nearly every day, and there are plenty of great trail systems in Ann Arbor to explore.
Nitya Reddy, MD
Undergraduate School: UCLA
Medical School: Medical College of Georgia
Why did you want to be a chief resident? I want to be an advocate for women and minorities in medicine. I have a lot of female physicians in my family who have all been huge advocates in their fields and I want to follow in their footsteps.
Why I chose UM Anesthesia: When I met the current residents on my interview day, I saw how fun and friendly they were — I knew I found my people.
Hobbies: Cooking with friends, spending time in downtown Ann Arbor, gardening, tubing
Favorite Ann Arbor restaurant: Cafe Zola
Favorite thing about life in Ann Arbor: It’s a really cute, walkable city with a great downtown area. There are lots of parks, things to do outside and plenty of cozy coffee shops to hang out in during the winter months. Football season is a whole entire experience itself that I never had with my undergraduate school and is something I look forward to every year. The surrounding areas including Detroit and the surrounding suburbs have great restaurants and things to do during the weekends.
Sandy Tadros, MD
Undergraduate School: Washington University in St. Louis
Medical School: University of Toledo
What would you like to accomplish as chief resident? As chief resident, I hope to be an advocate for my fellow residents and allow each individual voice to be heard. I also aspire to be a role model for female leadership, and break the stigma associated with it.
Why I chose U-M Anesthesiology: I couples matched here with my husband (IM resident)! We both loved the culture of the university and small-town feel of Ann Arbor.
Hobbies: Lifting, yoga, reading
Favorite Ann Arbor restaurant: Kouzina
Favorite thing about life in Ann Arbor: All the local coffee shops