First Year Residents
Morgan Clarkson, MD
Medical school: University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine-Kansas City, MO
Undergraduate: University of Missouri-Kansas City-Kansas City, MO
Morgan grew up in a military family, born at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and moved several times between Washington and Texas before her parents retired to the prison town of Leavenworth, KS. She spent many years honing her trumpet chops, playing at every band and venue available in town. Then she blind-sided everyone with the biggest plot twist ever by pursuing a career in medicine just like her parents. She was blessed with acceptance to the 6-year combined undergraduate/MD program at UMKC.
In college/medical school, Morgan continued to play trumpet in a community jazz band for several years and volunteered as a domestic violence victim advocate in the local hospitals, an assistant social skills teacher for children with ADD/ADHD and ASD, helping at Sojourner’s weekly medical student run free health clinic. She also pursued research in the pediatric and OB/GYN departments. Somehow halfway through in her “spare time" she discovered the love of her life, a computer whiz/mountain man from Oregon and married him in her final year of medical school.
Now Morgan and her husband love venturing out to the local parks to hike, camp, swim, kayak, and target practice archery. They also love playing computer games, and spending time with friends and family over a good meal, movie, or board game. You can always count on them to jump in and try any sport. Morgan also loves teaching Pop Pilates locally, which she discovered early on in college.
Morgan chose the Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency for the strong full spectrum training, supportive residents and staff, and the opportunity to brave the adventures of the North. Appleton's constant welcome, dedication to community health and nature preservation, and the variety of professional and personal opportunities immediately made her feel at home. She has a strong interest in learning full spectrum family medicine and getting involved in community health.
Martha Grace Courtright, MD
Medical school: Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay, WI
Undergraduate: Wheaton College-Wheaton, IL
Martha Grace grew up in Monroe, Louisiana. She attended Wheaton College in Illinois where she majored in Theology. There, she met her husband and they were married shortly after graduation. They moved to Wisconsin for her husband’s job and instantly fell in love with the state! Her southern family may not understand it, but she enjoys all the seasons Wisconsin has to offer—winter included! She was a member of the inaugural class of the Green Bay campus of Medical College of Wisconsin. In medical school, she was the co-president of the local Christian Medical Association and the president of the Green Bay Medical Student Association. She volunteered at a local food pantry as well as local health education outreach programs the school organized.
In her free time, Martha Grace enjoys playing board/card games and hiking with her husband and their two dogs. She also has a family of sugar gliders (Australian version of the flying squirrel) and hopes to have a menagerie of other animals someday. She loves to host people in her home and to cook scrumptious food for her guests.
Martha Grace chose to train at Fox Valley for its strong obstetrical focus and tight knit feel of the resident cohort. She rotated here during medical school and knew it was a place she could see herself training. She has a special interest in obstetrics and wants to practice full spectrum medicine in a smaller town following residency.
Breana Fellinger, DO
Medical school: A.T. Still University of Health Sciences-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine-Kirksville, MO
Undergraduate: Ripon College-Ripon, WI
Breana grew up in Omro, WI, a small city about 30 minutes from Appleton. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychobiology and English at Ripon College in Ripon, WI. After graduation, Breana spent a year working at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI as a Residence Life Coordinator where she met her husband, Chris. Breana spent her first two years of medical school in Kirksville, MO where she enjoyed spending time exploring Missouri as well as volunteering as a member of her school’s honor society. She completed her clinical years in Peoria, IL where she fell in love with family medicine after spending time with wonderful physician role models.
In her free time, Breana enjoys spending time with her husband as well as their dog and two cats. They love to hike, cook, entertain, play games with family, work on home projects, and binge a good television show together. She chose the Fox Valley residency because she felt that it would best prepare her to be a full-spectrum family doctor and she wanted to be part of a program that valued great relationships between colleagues and faculty. Breana is very excited to make it back to Wisconsin and be surrounded by family in the city that her and her husband consider home.
Bonnie Korytkowski, DO
Medical school: Marian University of Osteopathic Medicine-Indianapolis, IN
Undergraduate: Elmhurst College-Elmhurst, IL
Bonnie Korytkowski was born and raised in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. Bonnie graduated from Elmhurst College with a degree in Chemistry before becoming part of the second graduating class of Marian University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine in Indianapolis. For many years she has participated in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and recently became involved with the Cycle for Survival. Her dedication to raising funds for cancer research pointed her towards a career in oncology, but when rotations began it was clear that what Bonnie truly loved was family medicine. The continuity of care and opportunity to treat patients in a truly holistic manner is what she loves most about family medicine and osteopathic medicine. She looks forward to utilizing osteopathic manipulative medicine in treating her patients.
The training offered by the Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency and focus on emotional well-being was what first interested her in the program. When Bonnie met the residents and faculty there was a clear connection that instantly appealed to her.
Outside of medicine she enjoys spending time with her husband, reading science fiction and fantasy, and spending time outdoors, and has a love for animals.
Shaun Raganyi, DO
Medical school: West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine-Lewisburg, WV
MA: Midwestern University-Downer's Grove, IL
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, WI
Shaun grew up in Antigo, WI, a small town in Northern Wisconsin. He attended UW-Green Bay as an undergraduate where he majored in Biology and Human Biology and met his lovely wife Emily. After that, he attended Midwestern University and obtained a Master of Arts in Biomedical Sciences. During the year that he had off between graduate and medical school, he worked as an Adjunct Instructor at both Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and Globe University in which he fell in love with teaching. He elected to even further his education by completing a Graduate Teaching Assistant Fellowship in the Clinical Sciences Department in which his medical education was extended by one year, but he was given a Junior Faculty appointment at WVSOM in exchange. He also volunteered for various events in and around Lewisburg, WV while also enjoying the beautiful West Virginia landscape.
In his free time, Shaun enjoys cheering on the Chicago Bears, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago White Sox, Chicago Bulls, and the Wisconsin Badgers. Emily and Shaun both have a bit of a rivalry since she is also a Green Bay Packers fan. Shaun also enjoys golf, running, fishing, walking, hiking, and just being outdoors. Shaun chose Fox Valley for its well-rounded training, supportive family atmosphere, and the closeness to family. He has an interest in rural medicine, hospital medicine, and continuing to teach others throughout his life. Shaun is very excited to remain in Wisconsin following his training and provide care in a rural region of Wisconsin.
Connor Roberts, MD
Medical school: Medical College of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI
Connor was born at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton and was raised in Combined Locks, a small village on the east side of the Fox Cities. He is a Wisconsinite at heart, proudly cheering for his Packers, Brewers, Bucks and Badgers. After graduating from Kimberly High School he moved down to Madison for college and studied Zoology. In Madison he became a certified nursing assistant and discovered his passion for working directly with patients.
During medical school in Milwaukee he organized a health care career pipeline program for high school students in underserved communities. He hopes to continue working with students in need throughout his career. In his free time he loves to be outside and enjoy all the wonderful nature that Wisconsin has to offer. He especially enjoys fishing with family and friends in the valley and hiking with his girlfriend. After living in Madison and Milwaukee for a total of nine years, he is returning to his hometown to serve the people of northeastern Wisconsin.
Matthew Wheeler, MD
Medical school: Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay, WI
MM: University of Minnesota Duluth-Duluth, MN
Undergraduate: Coe College-Cedar Rapids, IA
Matt Wheeler was born and raised in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and as such he had no natural affiliation to any NFL team. He wandered aimlessly from team to team until moving to Superior, Wisconsin and settling on the Packers just in time for their Championship season. The attraction to the other side of the state must have begun then, even if he didn’t know it. At that time, Matt was a music teacher, having earned Bachelors and Master’s degrees in music (piano, composition and conducting) from Coe College and University of Minnesota Duluth; there was really only a slight change of course from music to medicine. Matt tries to apply the strategies of a teacher and the mindset of an artist to his practice of medicine. He gets excited about multigenerational, relational and diverse care, and promotes prevention and whole self-wellness. A proud member of the first graduating class from the Medical College of Wisconsin - Green Bay, he couldn’t be more excited to stay in the Fox Valley. He was an American Academy of Family Physicians Emerging Leader Institute scholar in 2016, working to lay the groundwork for a student run free clinic in the Green Bay area.
He’s still involved in music, performing annually at Doctors in Recital. Since moving north in 2010, he has been an avid participant in Wisconsin’s greatest sport of Curling. He also enjoys grilling, collecting Christmas music, playing disc golf and board games, making his own espresso, toodling around on his Vespa, making (and eating) waffles, and laughing at Calvin and Hobbes or Peanuts comic strips. But most of all he loves spending time with his lovely wife Danielle and going on various and sundry adventures together with their two border collie huskies, brothers Corin and Shasta.