Chief Residents

Chief Residents

Chief Residents

Jesse Reiter, Divya Shenoy and Kevin Klee

Meet our Chief Residents, and find out why they chose the University of Minnesota for their radiology residencies.

Kevin Klee

Kevin Klee

Where are you from?

I am from Billings, MT.

Where did you do undergrad and medical school? 

Undergraduate: University of Portland in Oregon

Medical school: Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska

What do you do when you’re not practicing medicine?

I enjoy spending time with my wife, daughter, and dog. We love being outside at the lakes around the twin cities. I also enjoy cooking and exercising. And I am a devout fantasy football addict. 

Why did you choose the U of M for your residency?

I knew I wanted to be in the twin cities for my residency training so the location was a big factor. Aside from that, I knew I would receive high caliber training at our three unique training sites which would prepare me well for life after residency. 

Where do you see yourself in the near future?

I am going to be doing an Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship here at the University of Minnesota. Afterwards, I will be staying here in the Twin Cities and starting a job with Park Nicollet.

Jesse Reiter

Jesse Reiter

Where are you from?

I am from Eau Claire, WI.

Where did you do undergrad and medical school? 

I completed undergraduate school with a major in medical biology at University of Wisconsin LaCrosse in LaCrosse, WI. I then completed a Master's degree in Medical Physiology from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. I completed medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Greensburg, PA.

What do you do when you’re not practicing medicine?

I spend as much time as I can with my wife and our two children. Together we enjoy fishing and swimming at my parents lake in Wisconsin during the summer. During the winter time I like to go ice fishing, skating, and sledding with my family.

Why did you choose the U of M for your residency?

I chose U of M for residency because of the great experience I had during my interview and the exceptional learning opportunities the U of M offers. We rotate at three separate institutions (U of M, Minneapolis, VA, and HCMC) which gives you a good variety of radiology practices and patient populations. This diversity allows you to develop into a very well rounded and competent general radiologist.

Where do you see yourself in the near future?

I will be staying at the University of Minnesota for a Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship. Following fellowship I will be joining the Mayo Clinic health system in my home town of Eau Claire, WI.

Divya Shenoy

Divya Shenoy

Where are you from?

I am from Jackson, Mississippi. 

Where did you do undergrad and medical school?

Undergraduate: Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia for college

Medical School: University of Mississippi Medical Center

What do you do when you’re not practicing medicine?

When I am not working, you can find me cooking, visiting my parents in Mississippi, travelling with my family, or facetiming my little sister!

Why did you choose the U of M for your residency?

My husband matched at the University of Minnesota for Integrated Interventional Radiology the year prior to me, and I am so glad that he did. It afforded us both the opportunity to train at the U of M. I love the diversity of pathology at our many training sites, and the genuinely kind and supportive leadership and staff. The residents are a tight-knit group, and I have made many lifelong friends! Additionally, Minneapolis is a beautiful and affordable city to live in. 

Where do you see yourself in the near future?

After residency, I will be headed to Massachusetts General Hospital for fellowship in Breast Imaging.