- MD, Drexel University School of Medicine - 2009
- BA, Middlebury College - 2000
I started my career as a computer scientist prior to pursing medical training. During my medical training and practice I became passionate about improving the experience that health care workers have with electronic clinical tools and using an informatics approach to simplify complex and time-demanding processes. The inspiration was spurred after my own experience as well as observing others frustrations with the current systems. My current interest lies in providing accurate patient medication information across various clinical settings and including the patient as a mode verification. I am excited to be pursuing my research fellowship in the Division of Clinical Informatics group at BIDMC. I continue to provide clinical care as a hospitalist in the Boston area.