IVAN GOMEZ, MD, Program Director


Dr. Gomez is Program Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program and the Maternal Child Health Fellowship. He earned a BS degree in Biochemistry from the UC Los Angeles, and graduated from Chicago Medical School in Illinois. Dr. Gomez completed his residency with UC Davis Family Medicine Program in Merced, California. He is particularly involved in family-oriented adult and pediatric HIV/AIDS care, and is currently the Medical Director of the Pacific AIDS Education Training Center in the San Joaquin Valley. Dr. Gomez’s other clinical interests include obstetrics and inpatient medicine. Dr. Gomez precepts and provides clinical care at our rural site in Selma, and is an Advisory Faculty for the Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics course held yearly at UCSF Fresno.





Dr. Burnett is a University of Southern California School of Medicine graduate. She completed her residency training at Northridge Hospital in California. Dr. Burnett has 25 years experience practicing medicine in small, medically underserved communities throughout the Western United States as well as abroad. Her love of teaching brought her to UCSF Fresno. Dr. Burnett works primarily in Selma. She has a full-scope family practice, does OB and C-Section deliveries and many minor surgical procedures.  Dr. Burnett is also skilled in Transgender Medicine and is a nationally-known speaker on the subject of Gender Identity Disorder.  Her interests include running, crafts, poetry, and writing.




Dr. Khan received her doctorate of medicine from Khyber Medical College.  She completed residency training in Obstetrics/Gynecology at Aga Khan University and worked in Pakistan and Malaysia before signing on for residency training in Family Medicine at UCSF Fresno.  Following graduation Dr. Khan agreed to become a member UCSF Fresno Family Medicine faculty, practicing primarily at Selma Hospital and Health Center.  Dr. Khan enjoys spending time with friends and family, jogging,and gardening.





Dr. Lauck is a graduate of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. He obtained his medical degree from St George’s University in Grenada and completed his residency at St. Clare’s Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, Schenectady, New York. Dr. Lauck is Pathway Director for the Selma Health Center and Medical Director for Adventist Health Community Care clinics in Selma and Kingsburg.  He is Course Director for the Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) course held yearly at UCSF Fresno.  His interests include medical education, colposcopy, and rural medicine. 





Dr. Emeney began her career in Palm Springs CA many years ago as a critical care nurse. She then switched to medicine and after one year as a family practice resident, she switched to OB/GYN and completed her training at the Brooklyn Hospital Center in Brooklyn New York. She then joined the faculty at Texas Tech and began to develop her two passions, laparoscopic surgery and adolescent GYN.

She then came to the University of California San Francisco Fresno four years ago, and has continued to peruse both minimally invasive surgery and adolescent GYN health care. As the program director, she brings an unusually talent, that of nurse and physician, and strives to provide MIS opportunities for the residents.





Dr Morgan earned his BSc, MSc and PhD at the University of London. He then took up an appointment at The Institute of Human Nutrition at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons where he ran a graduate program in human nutrition and pursued his research interests in fetal programming and brain development. After a term as Acting Director of The Institute of Human Nutrition he left Columbia and obtained his MD at the University of Miami, where he also completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology. After residency he moved on to Harbor UCLA where he did a fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and was appointed a WRHR scholar. His research focuses on fetal programming and its effects on genomics. He now joins us at the UCSF Fresno educational program where his role is to assist in developing a research program in maternal-fetal medicine, teaching medical students and residents, and creating outreach clinical opportunities for resident training. In addition to Dr. Morgan’s research, he recently received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Haile T Debas Academy of Medical Educators for his outstanding performance in medical student and resident instruction.




Dr. Siddique earned his doctorate of medicine from Punjab Medical College, Pakistan. He completed his Pediatric residency at Cook County Hospital, Chicago and his fellowship in Neonatology at UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento ,CA. Dr. Siddique is an enthusiastic clinician who along with his busy Neonatology practice always find time for mentoring and teaching of residents and fellows. He has been involved in resident teaching since 2010.