Vinayak Venkataraman (Class of 2021):
- Collaborating with adult oncology on a clinical outcomes study to better characterize remission in AML.
- Published a case report with pediatric oncology on secondary histiocytic sarcoma with BRAF V600E mutation after T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in a very young child with dramatic response to dabrafenib and trametinib n on a pediatrics patient with complex oncologic disease
Seth Tobolsky (Class of 2021):
- Published The LGBTQ Applicant-Resident Chat: LGBTQ-Focused Residency Recruitment as an Opportunity for Increasing Diversity, Representation, and Inclusivity in Medical Training https://meridian.allenpress.com/jgme/article/13/3/420/466355/The-LGBTQ-Applicant-Resident-Chat-LGBTQ-Focused
- Wrote two de-novo textbook chapters for a new pediatric endocrine textbook for primary care physicians, working with the director of our pediatric endocrinology fellowship.
- Studying LGBTQ+ recruitment for Medicine and Med-Peds
- Worked at Hospital Doce de Octubre in Madrid, Spain for a month on inpatient endocrinology and pediatrics and obtained a Qualified Bilingual Staff designation at MGH for Spanish.
Rachel Erdil (Class of 2020):
- Worked with the MGH Asylum Clinic to both complete medical asylum evaluations.
- Researched asylum seeker demographics and completed assessment regarding social determinants of health.
- Presented a NEJM Cases From Mass General Hospital case of family separation at Pediatric Grand Rounds.
Margaret Threadgill (Class of 2020):
- Led an internal medicine boot camp for COVID surge team providers, building a curriculum for non-internal medicine providers for both COVID and general adult medical topics. Presented across the hospital to multiple services and health professions.
Yamini Krishnamurthy (Class of 2020):
- Reviewed utilization of virtual visits for the adult congenital heart disease program to be presented at the national American College of Cardiology Conference.
- Studied hypertension in adult congenital heart patients with Coarctation of the Aorta with the director of the MGH Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program.
Chris Valle (Class of 2020):
- Published a retrospective observational study to assess the utility of understanding factors associated with impaired right ventricular function in adult patients with repaired tetralogy of Fallot.
- Served as the resident representative on the hospital wide quality improvement initiative to improve the inpatient STEMI care pathway.
- Performed a systematic review of care coordination practices for the inpatient management of asthma.
- Presented a poster at the American Heart Association Meeting looking at cardiopulmonary exercise testing to predict long-term outcomes in adults with repaired Tetralogy of Fallot.
Aisha James (Class of 2018):
- After residency, Aisha served as the Primary Care Chief Resident (2019-2020). She now works as a PCP at MGH Everett Family Care, and works to promote equity at MGH as the Associate Director for Diversity & Equity Committee, and the Advocacy Program for the Department of Pediatrics.
- led a population health management project with Seth Berkowitz assessing the impact population health management interventions have on racial and language health disparities.
- participated in a multidisciplinary group Gun Violence Prevention and Research Task Force, creating educational documents for clinicians to educate themselves and their patients on gun safety.
- participated in the Pediatrics Diversity & Equity group, working specifically on growing the number of URM residents in the MGHfC Pediatric Residency program.
Vimal Jhaveri (Class of 2018)
- continued his work from medical school on C-STAHR: Community and Students Together Against Healthcare Racism. This project was started by 7 medical students and 6 community members to look at perceived discrimination by patients.
- led and published an initiative promoting increased feedback in the Department of Medicine
- led and published a study on procedural teaching and an additional study on feedback reminders in Med-Peds Clinic.
Rachel Harris Alinsky (Class of 2017):
- Helped write and edit several chapters in the next edition of The Mass General Hospital for Children Adolescent Medicine Handbook (regarding transitions, bullying, and pregnancy).
Scott Nabity (Class of 2017)
- evaluated novel rapid diagnostic technology for leptospirosis in Brazil and studied the incidence of leptospirosis presenting as aseptic meningitis.
- studied public health surveillance for and control of communicable diseases, and looked at improving adherence to treatment for Latent TB infection in primary care.