I graduated from medical school at the University of Massachusetts in 2007 and went on complete my Internal Medicine residency and Chief Residency in 2011. Following that I completed a 2-year Infectious Diseases Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital/Brigham and Women‘s Hospital with a focus in clinical HIV.
My current work is comprised of both inpatient Infectious Diseases consultation and outpatient HIV and viral hepatitis work.
My current research focus is early cancer screening protocols for HIV outpatients.
Education and Training:
Fellowship, Harvard University (2013)
Other, Chief Residency, Boston University (2011)
Residency, Boston University (2010)
Internship, Internship in Internal Medicine, New York University (2008)
MD, Medicine, University of Massachusetts (2007)
BA, Arts, Wesleyan College (2001)
Clinical Assistant Professor, Infectious Disease, University at Buffalo (2019-present)
Medical Director, AHF (2018–2019)
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases, McMaster University (2016–2018)
Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine, University of Washington (2014–2016)
Honorary, National University of Rwanda (2013–2014)
Instructor, Dept of Medicine, Harvard MedicalSchool (2013–2014)
Chief Resident, Boston University Medical Centre (2010–2011)
Awards and Honors:
Best Fiance Award (2020)
Grant Recipient_ Ontario HIV Treatment Network (2017)
Chief Resident (2010)
Infectious Diseases Society of America (2019–present)