Lauren Deaver: PGY1

Three names are listed on the schedule for my first Pediatric Neurology continuity clinic. One person already sits in the waiting room,...

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Linda Herrera Santos: PGY1

I am at the end of my second month of internship, and it is hard to believe that I just recently walked the stage to receive my med school...

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Lucy Ogbu-Nwobodo: PGY1

About two months after I started residency, I received a copy of my official diploma denoting my medical degree. I remember feeling...

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Chase Anderson: PGY2

How good it is to be back in the fold of the psychiatry family. My times on Medicine and Neurology were well spent. There was the chance...

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Samuel Dotson: PGY2

I’m currently on the PGY2 Blake 11/Community psychiatry rotation. It’s a three-month block split evenly between supervising interns...

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Katherine Kilgore: PGY2

I will not soon forget the sound of my pager as it echoed and filled the resident work room with its triplet arpeggio. The minuet between...

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Allison Brandt: PGY3

As I complete the transition to PGY3 year, I am gaining a greater sense of independence as a psychiatrist. I have a panel of outpatients...

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Andrew Melaragno: PGY3

Residency continues to be an immensely formative and rich experience. Since the last time I wrote an update, I have experienced the remaining...

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Cordelia Ross: PGY3

I am finally hitting my stride in our primarily outpatient year and have realized that it comes with its own set of rewards and challenges!...

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Kristina Cieslak: PGY4

It’s hard to believe that I’m entering my fourth and last year of residency. The past three years have truly been amazing, as I’ve...

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Geoffrey Liu: PGY4

When I started out residency 4 years ago, I had a nice smile and lots of enthusiasm. In fact, I think the most valuable quality—which...

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Meghan Musselman: PGY4

As I enter my fourth year of residency, I continue to be abundantly grateful to be part of the MGH/McLean community. In the past three...

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