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Leslie Tarver: PGY1

MGH/McLean is where I wanted to be and each day as I head home even after a fairly exhausting day, I am grateful to be here. I am blown...

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Alok Kanojia: PGY1

I chose to complete my PGY-1 medicine rotation at Newton Wellsely Hospital to treat patients with “bread and butter” illnesses....

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Katherine Koh: PGY1

I am honored and delighted to be part of the MGH/McLean community! Three months into intern year, I could not have asked for a better...

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Mary Zeng: PGY2

Intern year seemed long while I was there, but now I can’t believe how much I learned and how quickly I made it to the other side....

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Yvonne Chasser: PGY2

Hello! My name is Yvie and I am a PGY-2 in the adult psychiatry residency program. I am currently rotating in the Acute Psychiatry...

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Micaela “Mimi” Owusu: PGY2

I chose MGH/McLean because I felt very comfortable and engaged throughout my interview day. Conversations were fun and interesting...

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Michael Soule: PGY3

In PGY-3 thus far, I have been spending time in three different outpatient settings. The majority of my days are at my McLean clinic...

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David Beckmann: PGY3

The PGY-3 year is a time to delve into outpatient psychiatry, while also having the opportunity to build on my particular interests...

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Hermioni Lokko: PGY3

I was born and raised in Accra, Ghana and miraculously moved to Indiana at the end of high school to attend Purdue University for college....

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Tracy Barbour: PGY4

As a PGY-4 resident in the RCP, I spend most of my time is conducting fMRI research on people at high risk for psychiatric disorder....

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Kayla Rosen: PGY4

For my final year of residency, I found that the greatest challenge was selecting from the multitude of opportunities. After much deliberation,...

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John Teal: PGY4

The flexibility in the PGY-4 has been essential in helping me further develop my clinical interests in patients with Borderline Personality...

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