Class of 1991
Laurence J. Ronan, MD
Primary care physician at MGH and director of MGH Hospitalist Service
Founder and former director of Harvard Medicine-Pediatrics Program, served as the Co-Director of the Division of Primary Care at Harvard Medical School. Currently, he is the Director of the MGH Durant Fellowship in Refugee Medicine.
Class of 1994
Deborah Wald, MD
Med-Peds primary care physician at MGH Revere where she also precepts Med-Peds residents. She is involved in the Med-Peds residency curriculum.
Roger A. de Freitas, MD
After residency he completed a pediatric cardiology fellowship at Children's Hospital Boston and an adult cardiology fellowship at BU Medical Center. Currently he is on the adult and pediatric cardiology faculty at Northwestern University. His interests include adult congenital heart disease and non-invasive imaging.
Andrew Segal, MD
Completed a rheumatology fellowship at MGH and a post-doctoral fellowship at the Whitehead Institute in cancer vaccines. Since then he has started his own biotechnology company, Genitrix, where he is CEO. The company focuses on immunotherapies for cancer and other diseases.
Class of 1995
Timothy Naimi, MD, MPH
After residency he worked in the Indian Health Service before completing an EIS fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control where he was based at the Minnesota Department of Public Health. Subsequently he moved to Atlanta where he worked at the CDC on the epidemiology of alcohol abuse. Tim has now returned to Zuni, NM, where he splits time between the IHS and CDC.
Nicollina Cordaro Davis, MD
Med-Peds primary care doctor at Tri-River Family Health Center, Uxbridge, MA.
Mary Mullen, MD, PhD
Former chief resident of the MGH internal medicine program. She completed adult and pediatric cardiology fellowships at Massachusetts General Hospital and Children's Hospital, Boston. She is currently a member of the cardiology department at Children's Hospital Boston. Her research focuses on adult congenital heart disease.
Class of 1996
Anushua Sinha, MD, MPH
Completed an adult infectious disease fellowship at MGH and BWH and was then a staff member of the Channing Laboratory in Boston. Most of her time was focused on research in birth outcomes and perinatal epidemiology. She now works at UNDMJ and their School of Public Health focusing on vaccine preventable diseases.
Timothy Ferris, MD, MPhil, MPH
A general internist and pediatrician at the MGH Everett Health Center, he is also Vice Chair for Quality and Safety at the Mass General Hospital for Children and a health policy researcher with the MGH Institute for Health Policy. He became the MGPO medical director effective July 1, 2007. He has led the Partners High Performance Medicine team on disease management and has served as senior advisor and co-principal investigator for the MGH Medicare demonstration project.
Class of 1997
Joia Mukherjee, MD, MPH
Completed an adult infectious diseases fellowship at MGH and BWH. She is now the Medical Director of Partners in Health and is a consultant for the World Health Organization. Her research focuses on international infectious disease with a particular emphasis on tuberculosis control.
Carol Hubbard, MD, MPH, PhD
After residency she completed a developmental pediatrics fellowship at Boston University and currently works as a developmental pediatrician in the Maine Pediatric Specialty Group affiliated with Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME.
David Y. Ting, MD
Program Director Harvard Combined MGH Medicine-Pediatrics Program, Primary Care Physician, MGH Everett Family Care, Rabkin Fellow in Medical Education
Class of 1998
Jeffrey Collins, MD
Former primary care doctor in Providence, RI. He is currently the Director of the MGH Chelsea Urgent Care Center.
Matthew Davis, MD, MAPP
After residency he completed an RWJ Clinical Scholars Fellowship at the University of Chicago. He is currently an Associate Professor of General Pediatrics and General Internal Medicine at University of Michigan. His research focuses on the role of public policy in the health of children and their families, particularly the financing and delivery of preventive services. He is a primary care doctor at Canton Health Center where he is also a resident preceptor.
John Fangman, MD
Previously a Med-Peds primary care doctor at the Uphams Corner Health Center in Dorchester MA. He precepted Med-Peds residents and served for seven years as the Associate Residency Program Director. He then completed a fellowship in Infectious Diseases at MGH. He now works at the Medical College of Wisconsin providing care to HIV patients and teaching students and residents.
Rainu Kaushal, MD, MPH
Completed a health services research fellowship at Children' s Hospital and BWH. Until 2006 she worked in the General Internal Medicine Dept at BWH and the MGH Institute of Health Policy. Her primary research interests are patient safety, information technology, and the public policy issues surrounding patient safety. She is currently the Chief of the Division of Quality and Medical Informatics at Weill Cornell Medical College, Director of Pediatric Quality and Safety for the Phyllis and David Komansky Center for Children’s Health at New York - Presbyterian Hospital, and the Executive Director of the Health Information Technology Evaluation Collaborative (HITEC). She is currently an Associate Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics, Medicine and Public Health.
Lawrence Stratton, MD
Chief Resident of the MGH pediatrics program before becoming a full-time Med-Peds primary care physician at MGH Everett Health Center. He is a preceptor for Med-Peds residents and is also involved with medical student teaching.
Linda Thomas-Hernak, MD
Med-Peds primary care doctor and medical director, Mid Valley Practice near Scranton, PA. She is also involved in the teaching program at the Scranton-Temple Residency Program teaching primary care internists.
Class of 1999
Joshua Bernstein, MD
Med-Peds primary care doctor, Cambridge Family Health, Cambridge, MA. He subsequently moved to start a Med-Peds private practice in Asheville, North Carolina.
Ann Celi, MD, MPH
Completed a fellowship at the Center for Ambulatory and Preventative Medicine at Harvard School of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health. Now primarily works as a researcher focused on maternal and child health and takes care of patients and precepts at the hospital based outpatient clinic at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Paul Chan, MD
Medicine-Pediatrics Physician at the Indian Health Service, Chinle, AZ. In 2003 he pursued a Fellowship in cardiology at the University of Michigan.
Paul T.K. Cheng, MD
After residency worked as a Medicine-Pediatrics Primary Care Physician with Shanghai Worldlink Medical Center in Hong Kong. He is now working at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys, CA.
Sybil Cineas, MD
Works at the Medicine-Pediatrics primary care center at Brown University where she precepts Med-Peds residents, practicing primary care, and leading the medical student rotation in Med-Peds. She is the Assistant Program Director for the Brown Med-Peds residency program.
Peter Nigrovic, MD
Completed a Fellowship in the adult and pediatric rheumatology programs at Children's Hospital Boston and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He is primarily a bench researcher and runs the CAPRI clinic at Brigham and Women’s Hospital providing care to adults with pediatric rheumatologic diseases.
James Katter, MD
Med-Peds primary care doctor, Fairview Northland Clinic Elk River Clinic, Elk River, MN.
Andrea Reilly, MD
Post-residency spent one year at the Red Cross Children's Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa before returning as a Med-Peds primary care doctor at MGH Back Bay where she is a preceptor for Med-Peds residents.
Class of 2000
Lisa Carr, MD
Med-Peds primary care doctor at MGH Chelsea where she also precepts the Med-Peds residents. She is clinical director of ROCA (Reach Out to Chelsea Adolescents) - a satellite clinic centered in a youth outreach center which has programming aimed at high risk youths.
Jennifer Clark, MD
She completed fellowship in the pediatric hematology-oncology program at Children's Hospital Boston/Dana Farber Cancer Institute. She is the Director of the Outpatient Pediatric Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Program.
Emma Fortney McCarty, MD
Med-Peds primary care doctor in Shreveport, LA.
Daniel Kraft, MD
He completed a fellowship at the Pediatric Hematology-Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant program at Stanford University. He conducts research in stem cell biology and was a finalist in the NASA astronaut selection.
James List, MD, PhD
Completed fellowship in the adult and pediatric endocrine programs at MGH. Research focuses on the differentiation of precursor cells into beta cells with an aim to developing cell-based therapeutics (islet transplants) for diabetes. He is currently an endocrinologist in Princeton, New Jersey.
Mallika Marshall, MD
Works as an urgent care physician at MGH Chelsea and is also the HealthWatch reporter for WBZ-TV and CBS television.
Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD
After graduation she was a Med-Peds primary care doctor at MGH Revere Health Center. She was also on the faculty in the Department of Social Medicine where she conducted research looking at mental illness and its relation to the early detection of breast cancer as well as AIDS and gender in contemporary Japan. She was the medical director at the Revere School Based Health Center at Revere High School. Currently Assistant Professor at University of California, Davis with research focusing on teen dating violence and mental health services in rural schools.
Emily Oken, MD, MPH
Completed a general medicine fellowship in Department of Ambulatory Care and Prevention at HMS where she is currently an Assistant Professor. Her research looks nutrition in pregnancy and childhood and the effects of nutrition on health in later life. Dr. Oken is a primary care physician at the Fish Center for Women's Health at Brigham and Women's Hospital and has a clinical interest in the medical care for women before, during, and after pregnancy.
Shairi Turner, MD
Post-residency she completed the Commonwealth Fund Fellowship in Minority Health Policy and then a two year Yerby Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Youth Violence Prevention Center. She is the first Chief Medical Director of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice in Tallahassee, FL, where she is responsible for the health, mental health, and substance abuse issues for the over 10,000 children per year who are committed.
Class of 2001
George Barker, MD, PhD
Completed a fellowship in adult pulmonology at Massachusetts General Hospital. Now at Mount Auburn Hospital,
Wendie Grader Beck, MD
After graduation was a Med-Peds primary care physician, Upham’s Corner Clinic, Dorchester, MA and then relocated to Baltimore, MD.
Keith Joseph, MD
He completed fellowship in Adult Infectious Disease at Columbia University. He works in collaboration with Partners in Health on scale up HIV/AIDS treatment programs in Haiti, Lesotho and Malawi.
Bassil Kublaoui, MD, PhD
Completed medicine and pediatrics endocrine fellowship at Southwestern Medical Center, TX where he continues to work.
Geoff McDonough, MD
Works in Corporate Development at Genzyme in mostly a business role focused on evaluating drugs and molecules for effectiveness in various applications. He also works at the MGH Chelsea Urgent Care clinic.
Terra Safer, MD
Med-Peds primary care physician at UC Irvine. She also precepts residents and medical students at a number of the clinics affiliated with the hospital in medicine and pediatrics.
Carole Smarth, MD
She completed the RWJ Clinical Scholars Program at Johns Hopkins University. She conducted research in HIV disease progression and socioeconomic class and HIV treatment in resource poor settings (internationally). After her RWJ fellowship, she completed an infectious diseases fellowship at Johns Hopkins University and now works at Leesburg Sterling Family Practice in Virginia.
Class of 2002
Sharon Joseph, MD
After graduation she worked as a Med-Peds primary care physician, Harvard University Health Center, Cambridge, MA and has since relocated to Chesterfield, Virginia.
Cinnamon Bradley-Jennett, MD
Work with a diverse patient population taking care of children and adults in a busy outpatient clinic in the Atlanta area. She also teaches at Morehouse School of Medicine.
Colleen Monaghan, MD
She is a Med-Peds physician at the Martha Elliot Health Center and is the Associate Program Director of the Harvard BWH/CHB Med-Peds program. She is involved in other medical education work at BWH and Harvard Medical School.
Chi Huang, MD
After graduation, Chi has continued his work with the Bolivia Street Children Project and Hogar Bernabe, a home for abandoned street children, which he founded. He is the author of the book, When Invisible Children Sing. He is the medical director of the hospital medicine service for internal medicine at the Lahey Clinic. He also conducts pediatrics research at the Boston University School of Medicine and attends as an urgent care pediatrician at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center. His research focuses on the health care needs and socioeconomic risk factors of abandoned street children, and his advocacy has led him to be nominated for the Reebok International Human Rights Award.
Josh Jennings, MD
Primary Care Physician, MGH Chelsea Urgent Care Center, Chelsea, MA.
Kristian Olson, MD, MPH
First Durant Fellow in Refugee Medicine, where he worked at refugee camps on the Thai-Burma border. Currently, working as a hospitalist at MGH and continues frequent travel to work in refugee camps and in disaster relief around the world. He is on the MGH executive committee for global health and teaches in the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. He is the program leader for the Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology (CIMIT). He was named as one of the Scientific American Top 10 Honor Roll in June 2009.
Nina Aldrich-Wolfe, MD
Med-Peds primary care physician, initially at the Indian Health Service, Chinle, AZ and has since relocated to Flagstaff, AZ.
Jennifer Davies, MD
Med-Peds primary care physician, MGH Everett Health Center. Preceptor for Med-Peds residents.
Class of 2003
David Mark, MD, PhD
Med-Peds primary care doctor, Chief Medical Officer, Indian Health Service, MT. He has since relocated to Codman Square clinic in Dorchester, MA.
Apple Lord Sussman, MD
Pediatrician, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
Elisabeth Potts Dellon, MD, MPH
Hospitalist at MGH. Completed a pediatric pulmonary fellowship at the University of North Carolina and stayed on as faculty. She provides care to adults and children with Cystic Fibrosis and other pulmonary diseases. Her research focuses on shared decision making and palliative care for patients with CF.
Paul Hesterberg, MD
Hospitalist, MGH Revere Health Center. Completed an allergy and immunology fellowship at MGH and has stayed on as faculty.
Heather Nye, MD, PhD
Adult and Pediatric Hospitalist, UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco, CA.
Class of 2004
Carol McLaughlin, MD, MPH
She completed an Infectious Diseases fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. She stayed on and is the Research Director for Global Public Health at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania.
Candace Camacho, MD
Primary care in the Elliot Health System in Manchester, NH
Chris Riccio, MD
Primary care at Medicine-Pediatrics of Nashua, NH.
David Roll, MD
Primary care physician at Cambridge Health Alliance, Revere, MA
Ateev Mehrotra, MD, MPH, MscEpi
Completed General Medicine Fellowship, BWH and relocated to Pittsburgh where he is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and a Policy Analyst at RAND. His research has focused on the measurement of health care quality and efficiency.
Ann Kao, MD, MPH
Completed a Durant Fellowship in Refugee Medicine. She works as both a Pediatric Clinician-Educator at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and as a Pediatric Coordinator with the Cambodian Health Committee. In 2005, she worked on behalf of the tsunami relief effort as part of "Project HOPE." She has also traveled to Rwanda, where she started a health center and hospital in a refugee camp, as well as to Romania and Vietnam. She received an M.P.H. from the Harvard School of Public Heath in 2007 as a Commonwealth Fund/Harvard Univesity in Minority Health Pollicy Fellow.
Paula Dygert, MD
Primary care physician, Upstate New York
Seth Shifrin, MD
Completed Sport Medicine fellowship, University of Chicago and relocated to Pennsylvania with an orthopedics practice.
Risa Hoffman, MD, MPH
Completed Infectious diseases fellowship, UCLA and stayed on as faculty. Her research focus is on biomedical HIV prevention and in supporting and improving medical education in the international setting, and is working with programs in Malawi and Mozambique to build educational programs. She continues to work in the field of pediatrics with a Malawian nongovernmental organization (Children in the Wilderness) to develop nutrition and food security programs for orphans and vulnerable children in rural northern Malawi.
Class of 2005
Melissa Lee, MD
Primary care physician, Indian Health Service, Chinle, AZ
Scott McGarvey, MD
Primary care physician, Indian Health Service, Chinle, AZ
Jennifer Pippins, MD
Completed a fellowship in the Harvard General Medicine program and is a primary care physician at Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center. She is now working for the FDA performing reviews of clinical trial data.
David Harrison, MD
Primary care physician at MGH Everett Family Care.
Ami Bhatt, MD
Completed a congenital cardiology fellowship at BWH/CHB. Works in the adult congenital heart disease program at MGH.
Margaret Solomon, MD
Primary care physician, Salt Lake City, UT. Involved in teaching at the Med-Peds program at University of Utah Medical Center
Julie Welch, MD
Primary care physician in the VA Medical Center in Kansas City. Also practicing pediatric urgent care in Kansas City.
Class of 2006
Peter Drobac, MD
Completed fellowship in Infectious Diseases in the Partners program at the BWH and MGH. Continues to be involved with Partners in Health and the Division Global Health Equity at BWH, focusing on childhood tuberculosis and HIV, now mainly in Rwanda.
Staci Eisenberg, MD
Adolescent Medicine, St Vincent’s Hospital New York, NY
Thomas Faber, MD
Primary care physician, Indian Health Service, Chinle, AZ
Robert Fortuna, MD
Previous chief-resident of the HCMP. He completed a Harvard General Medicine fellowship program. He is currently a primary care physician and researcher based at the Culver Medical Group associated with the University of Rochester School of Medicine.
Ramon Jacobs, MD
Previous chief resident of the HCMP. Currently a Med-Peds Hospitalist at the University of North Carolina
George Lui, MD
Post-Doctoral Fellow in cardiology at Columbia-Presbyterian. Plans a career in caring for adult patients with congenital heart disease.
Nii Tetteh, MD
Urgent care physician at MGH Chelsea Urgent Care
David Yassa, MD
Urgent care physician in Seattle. Planning an infectious disease fellowship at the University of Washington, Seattle
Class of 2007
Margaret Bourdeaux, MD
Completed the Harvard Global Women's Health Fellowship. She now works as a hospitalist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and conducting work in International Health.
Robert Peck, MD
Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, Bugando University College of Health Sciences in Mwanza, Tanzania. Joint appointment in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, NY
Kate Powis, MD
Former Harvard Med-Peds Chief Resident. Now Assistant Program Director, Harvard MGH Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program. She completed the Harvard Global Women's Health Fellowship.Awarded the 2009-2010 Botswana Clinical Fellowship to study the impact of highly-active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) during pregnancy on the transmission of HIV between mother and child.
Brent Ragar, MD
Primary Care Physician, Indian Health Service, Zuni, NM
Karen Rogers, MD
Hospitalist, Cape Cod Hospital, MA
Ron Shiloh, MD
Completed a Pain/Pallliative Care Fellowship, BWH/Dana Farber Cancer Center, Boston
Charmaine Smith, MD
Former Harvard Med-Peds Chief Resident. Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program and Masters of Science Program in Health Policy Research, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
William A. Wood, Jr., MD
Adult Hematology/Oncology Fellow, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Class of 2008
Shusmita Dhar, MD
Primary Care Physician, Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA
Jonathan Kim, MD
Med-Peds Hospitalist, Newton-Wellesley Hospital
Douglas Krakower, MD
HIV Fellowship, MGH and ID Fellowship, Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center
Mary Hunt Martin, MD
Pediatric Cardiology Fellow, Stanford
Elizabeth Parsons, MD
Pulmonary/Critical Care Fellow, University of Washington
Melissa Putman, MD
Former Harvard Med-Peds Chief Resident. Combined adult and pediatric endocrinology fellowship at MGH/Children's Hospital Boston.
Nirali Shah, MD
Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellow, Johns Hopkins University
Class of 2009
Burak Alsan, MD
Primary Care Physician, BWH/CHB Med-Peds Resident Clinic Preceptor, Upham’s Corner Health Center, Dorchester, MA
Lara Davis, MD
Former Harvard Med-Peds Chief Resident. Combined adult and pediatric Heme-Onc fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
Ariel Frey, MD
Fomer Harvard Med-Peds Chief Resident. Primary care physician at MGH-Everett Family Care and Assistant Program Director, MGH for Children Residency Program
Colin McCreight, MD
Med-Peds primary care physician, Indian Health Service, Shiprock, NM
Bradley Monash, MD
Chief Resident, MGH for Children Residency Program
Koji Nakashima, MD
Zanmi Lasante/Partners in Health, Haiti
Paritosh Prasad, MD
Author, Pocket Pediatrics, MGHfC. Durant Fellow in Refugee Medicine 2009-2010. NIH fellowship in Critical Care 2010-2011, ID fellowship at MGH 2012-2014.
Raul Ramirez, MD
Primary Care Physician, CommUnityCare Health Center in Austin, TX; Graduate training in Telemedicine.
Class of 2010
Ryan Ratts, MD
Med-Peds Hospitalist, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, NH Basic Science Investigator, Dartmouth
Alyssa Letourneau, MD
Former MGH Med Peds Chief Resident Adult Infectious Diseases Fellow, MGH/BWH
Alexandra Vinograd, MD
Partners in Health, Rwanda BWH Internal Medicine Hospitalist
Paul Hyman, MD
Primary Care Physician, Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA
Cynthia Burdick, MD
Former BWH/CHB Med Peds Chief Resident Primary Care Physician, Seattle WA
Joel Sawady, MD
Primary care physician, Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA
Peter Moschovis, MD
Combined Adult and Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship, CHB/BWH
Class of 2011
Alison Schwartz, MD
MGH Medicine Chief Resident, 2011-12
Co-Director, MGH Down Syndrome Program, and Primary Care Med-Peds at MGH Everett
Anne (Griffin) Neilan, MD
MGH Adult Infectious Disease Fellowship
MGH Pediatric Chief Resident, 2012-13
Ashley Lamb, MD
Primary Care Med-Peds
Laurinburg, North Carolina
(fulfilling NHSC Service Obligation)
Deepak Palakshappa, MD
MGH Pediatric Chief Resident, 2011-12
Health Policy research in Obesity and Primary Care Med-Peds at MGH Revere
Class of 2012
Diana Lemly, MD
Adolescent Medicine Fellowship, Children’s Hospital Boston
Raquel Reyes, MD
Liaison and Coordinator, MGH programs at the Mbarara University of Science and Technology and the Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital, Mbarara, Uganda
Eric Ritchie, MD
Primary Care Med-Peds, Indian Health Service, Chinle AZ
Nina Ritchie, MD
Primary Care Med-Peds, Indian Health Service, Chinle AZ
Total graduates (1991-2011): 113
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