Allison Brandt: PGY2

Starting PGY-2 year at MGH/McLean has been an exciting transition! After a year of mostly medicine and neurology, I am thrilled to be fully...

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Andrew Melaragno: PGY2

As my residency journey has continued, now a couple months into PGY-2 year, I continue to feel grateful for my experience at MGH/McLean....

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Cordelia Ross: PGY2

One month into PGY-2 year and my emergency psychiatry rotation and there has not been a dull moment. Working in MGH’s Acute Psychiatry...

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Geoffrey Liu: PGY3

To me, the transition from PGY2 to PGY3 feels like the transition from childhood to adolescence. There’s parental supervision (i.e....

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Meghan Musselman: PGY3

As I enter my third year of residency, I continue to be abundantly grateful to be part of the MGH/McLean community. PGY-2 year was a time...

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Jessica Becker: PGY3

As I begin my PGY-3 year, I have had the opportunity to reflect on the whirlwind of clinical experiences I undertook during PGY-2 year...

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Leslie Tarver: PGY4

Now entering my PGY-4 year, I continue be amazed and extremely grateful for the extraordinary opportunities in the MGH/Mclean Program....

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Alok Kanojia: PGY4

PGY4 year has allowed me to integrate complementary and alternative methods (CAM) into psychiatric practice in preparation for life...

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Katherine Koh: PGY4

My three years at MGH/McLean have been among the most formative of my life. I feel I have grown and matured as a physician and individual,...

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