Major in Cultural Anthropology
New York University
Masters of Public Health
Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine
Why did I choose Middlesex?
I rotated at Middlesex for my Primary Care clerkship during my third year of medical school and was very impressed with everyone I met—the residents, faculty, and staff. I was able to see and do a lot during that rotation and felt like part of the team. Because of this, I felt right at home at Middlesex! In addition, I wanted an unopposed program that practiced full spectrum family medicine with deep roots in the community. I also loved how the program incorporates innovations in education like the fourth year.
About my track and future goals…
I guess I’m sort of typical of someone in Family Medicine in that I have a wide variety of interests. My biggest interest might be in getting to work in communities to learn about the context of people’s lives and the social and cultural determinants of their health.
When I’m not on call I’m…
Exploring outside, watching a movie, tending to my tiny garden, curled up somewhere reading a book, or spending time with friends and family.
A fun fact or two about me…
Dancing is one of my favorite things to do, so I just started taking modern dance classes.