Meet Our Fellows 2017-18

Caitlin Waters, MD is a 2013 graduate of Ross University School of Medicine. She is a Massachusetts local derived from a family of New England sports nuts who love to scream at the tv during games. She is originally from Chelmsford, MA, where she was a tri-sport captain in volleyball, basketball, and softball. She was awarded the title of Female Athlete of the Year as a senior. 

She graduated from Boston University in 2007 with a B.A. in Biology, where she also played club volleyball. Down in the Caribbean, she was the sports director on campus. Her interests in sports medicine include care of the collegiate athlete, care of the weekend warrior, and Boston Marathon Medical Tent coverage. She is known to burst into song alongside her cofellow, Cory, and can perform most of the Disney classics word-for-word. She once went running with the bulls in Pamplona Spain, is a certified SCUBA diver, and went skydiving twice. Her least favorite personal sports injury was bilateral adductor tear while playing high school basketball. Her life now revolves around spending time with her 25 lb kettle bell/almost 1 year old son, Wyatt, and her husband/middle school sweetheart, and avid road runner, Frank.


Cory Mitchell, MD is a 2014 graduate of Loma Linda University School of Medicine. He was born bleeding blue and made his debut on the big screen at Dodger Stadium at 6 weeks old. Originally from Camarillo, CA, where he was a 4-year three sport letterman in football, basketball and baseball. He was awarded Male Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior. He graduated from Pacific Union College in 2010 with a B.S. in Exercise Science after 2 years of varsity soccer, 1.5 years as the intramural student director and 6 months abroad in Australia learning about cricket, rugby and Aussie rules football.

His interests in sports medicine include behavioral health in the care of athletes, whole person care and technology in medicine. His spirit animal is Winnie the Pooh (backup is the one-eyed minion) and “he will never be a spy”. His least favorite personal sports injury was a torn labrum in the right shoulder (playing catcher/quarterback). He graduated from Loma Linda University Healthcare Education Consortium [breath] Family Medicine in June 2017 where he won the STFM Resident-Teacher award.