Lydia Anikin, MD

lanikin@uwyo.edu

Lydia is from Duluth, Minnesota, on Lake Superior. In addition to Family Medicine, she is interested in Olympic/Elite athlete training and physiologic changes to training. Lydia loves to Latin dance, Nordic ski in the winter and teach Nordic skiing.

Alexia Dickey, DO

adickey3@uwyo.edu

Alexia grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and completed medical school at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her hobbies include rock-climbing, backpacking and just about anything that is outdoors and/or active! Fun fact – prior to pursuing a career in medicine, Alexia enjoyed making documentaries.

Brent Fowler, DO

Brent.Fowler@uwyo.edu

Brent grew up in a small town in central Texas, attending undergrad at Tarleton State University, and medical school at Rocky Vista College of Osteopathic Medicine. He enjoys walking his dog, fishing, and cooking/grilling. When he had free time during college and medical school, Brent volunteered with his hometown fire department. He also was on the Casper Bobcats. His favorite quote: “The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything.” – Theodore Roosevelt.

Ally Loveland, DO

alovela2@uwyo.edu

Ally grew up in a small town in southwest Missouri. In her free time, she enjoys outdoorsy things like hiking, swimming, climbing, kayaking, traveling, creating art whether it is woodworking or painting, learning new skills, cooking, and of course…eating! Little known facts: Ally had four minors in college! She plays four instruments and sings. She has traveled to 14 countries on four continents; and she carved a crochet hook during the pandemic because she is a social-distancing superstar. She and her fiancé moved to Casper with their two pups, who are just as excited about this new adventure.

Dana Pippin, DO

dpippin@uwyo.edu

Born and raised in Louisiana, Dana went to medical school at William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She is interested in practicing full scope Family Medicine and is excited to begin her training in Casper. Dana and her husband enjoy spending time in the outdoors from hiking to biking and playing with their dog, Delta. They are both very excited to be expecting their first baby in August 2020.

Juan Ramos, DO

jramos7@uwyo.edu

Juan grew up in Douglas, Wyoming, and is a proud husband and father of five. After a 13-year career in the Army and 17 years away from Wyoming, he and his family are excited to be back and serving the community.

Kira Schaab, MD

kschaab@uwyo.edu

Coming from British Columbia and originally from Saskatchewan, Kira is excited to call Casper her new home! She looks forward to exploring her new state and appreciating all Wyoming has to offer. Along with her husband, Kira is discovering her new love for backyard renos and home projects. She hopes to come out of residency a more experienced rock climber and looks forward to the new relationships that will be formed through the next three years!

Tina Stanco, MD

tstanco@uwyo.edu

Tina originally hails from New Jersey but, after 21 years in the Navy, she finds herself comfortable most anywhere in the world. She is very happy to make Casper her new home. In addition to her passion for healthcare for the underserved, she enjoys travel, hiking, camping, skiing and diving. She is joined on this adventure by her husband, daughter, and two fur babies.

Megan Olson, MD – Rural Training Track

molson18@uwyo.edu

Megan, born and raised in Wyoming, attended the University of Wyoming where she earned a B.S. in Physiology with a minor in Music. She attending the University of Washington as part of the Wyoming WWAMI Medical Education Program. Through this program, she had the opportunity to complete clinical rotations in Washington, Wyoming, Alaska and Montana. Megan is especially interested in full-spectrum rural Family Medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, kayaking, cooking, baking, crafting and reading. Her golden retriever, Timber, often joins her on adventures. Megan looks forward to returning to Wyoming and serving the communities in Casper and Thermopolis!