Geoffrey Allison, MD, CF-2
Dr. Allison was born and raised in the lone star state, growing up amidst the cotton fields of Lubbock, TX. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, his master’s degree from the University of North Texas HSC in Fort Worth, and medical degree from Texas Tech El Paso SOM. During medical school, he served as a teaching assistant and volunteered at local children’s charities. Throughout clinical rotations, he liked every specialty, but found where he belonged in psychiatry. He has strong interest in child and adolescent psychiatry. His family ties bring him back to Nebraska, where Dr. Allison spent summers on his family’s farm. Husker by heritage, he is an avid Nebraska football fan. During his down time, Dr. Allison lifts weights, plays tennis, and stays in touch with family and friends.
Jeannie Ngo, MD, CF-2
Dr. Ngo was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. She attended Creighton University for her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry as well as her medical degree. She is inspired by Creighton’s commitment to serving the marginalized as well as the supportive community at Creighton. During her time at Creighton, she found meaning in involvement in the Schlegel Center for Service and Justice, Creighton ILAC trips to the Dominican Republic, and as a Director of Magis Clinic (Creighton’s student-run free clinic for the homeless in Omaha). She has always been interested in working with the pediatric population and plans to pursue a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. In her free time, she enjoys attending Broadway musicals with her sisters, cultivating plants, seeking out the best brunch wherever she goes, and telling everyone she meets how incredible Creighton is.
Justin Romano, MD, CF-2
Dr. Justin Romano grew up in Cheyenne Wyoming, where he split his time between science and music. At the University of Wyoming he focused on the health sciences, getting his degree in physiology with an emphasis on environmental physiology. Prior to starting medical school, Justin volunteered in a public hospital in Argentina and worked as a caregiver for persons with Dementia and Parkinson’s disease. He attended the University of Washington School of Medicine as one of the Wyoming WWAMI students. While at the University of Washington he helped create and organize Arts for Health, an organization that brought together students from different professional programs to learn about the therapeutic value of music and host concerts for local nursing homes and charities. Outside of the hospital, you can find Justin working in the garden, singing and playing guitar, rooting for the Broncos, or exercising with his energetic Australian cattle dog “Freckles.”