Meet Our 2016-17 Fellows!


Amanda R. Davis, MD
Amanda is a 2013 graduate of Jefferson Medical College. She earned her BA in Anthropology from Bryn Mawr College in 2008. She is passionate about preventative medicine, women's health, LGB and transgender medicine, and underserved medicine. She completed her residency at the UC Davis Family Medicine program in June 2016. During medical school she started her work in a HIV primary clinic called PhillyFIGHT. She continued this interest during residency with electives at three different sites across the U.S., including PhillyFIGHT, the Family Health Center of Worcester, and CARES clinic in Sacramento. With her fellowship she hopes to further her skills in teaching, managing population health, advocating for patients with HIV and Hepatitis C, and continue to provide holistic and full scope primary care. She is also interested in policy work. Personal interests include gardening, traveling, swimming, writing and exploring the outdoors. 

Carrington Koebele, MD
After completing her undergraduate studies in Montreal at Mcgill University in International Development Studies , her MPH and Medical school at st George’s university in Grenada, Carrington went on to pursue a family medicine residency at Umass with a special interest in international and refugee health. She was able to do so as part of her own patient panel and through various electives with the Queen St Refugee clinic. As part of the global health track, she had the chance to participate in various rotations abroad including Nicaragua and Lesotho to obtain more clinical exposure to HIV. She happily accepted the opportunity to gain further training in HIV and hepatitis through the unique fellowship offered at the Family Health Center, and plans on using these skills in the outpatient setting in the United States while combining them with future work abroad.