Meet Our Fellows 2018-19





Scott Goldberg, MD
is a 2015 graduate of Tulane University School of Medicine where he was awarded the Scott Gregory Kramer Family Medicine Award and fell in love with the city of New Orleans. He is originally from Richmond, VA where he was a volleyball outside hitter basketball center, and academic competition team specialist in science and sports. He then graduated from the University of Michigan in 2009 with a B.S. in Biology where he played and coached club volleyball, but he has been a Wolverine all of his life. Following medical school he did his residency training at the University of Massachusetts Family Medicine Residency where he was awarded the STFM Resident-Teacher award.

His interests in sports medicine include care of the female athlete, mass participation events, exercise as medicine, and technology in medicine. His least favorite personal sports injury was a high grade ankle sprain which caused him to miss the majority of his senior year of volleyball. He lives with his wife in Waltham, MA where they enjoy hiking, cooking, and dreaming of having a big garden. 


Terrence Tsui, DO is a 2015 graduate of the NYIT-College of Osteopathic Medicine. He was born and raised in New York City (undisputed #1 city in the world). His introduction to the world of sports began in high school when a friend tricked him into trying out for the high school volleyball team at the Academy of American Studies HS in Long Island City. He was successfully drafted onto his HS varsity team and went on to play division III volleyball at the City College of New York (CCNY). Being part of a team taught him that hard work and dedication along with teamwork is the formula to success. The rest is history as this propelled him into the field of medicine and eventually into sports medicine. He will never forget the life skills and experiences gained from being a college athlete. 

His interests within sports medicine include care of the collegiate athlete, mental health of the injured athlete, and sports nutrition. His least favorite personal injury is a current shoulder labral tear which limits his ability to spike the volleyball. He completed his pediatrics residency training at Stony Brook Children’s hospital in Stony Brook, NY and led his resident volleyball team to two glorious victories over the attending volleyball team. His hobbies include winning, basketball, volleyball, fishing, and cooking. His favorite athlete is Vince Carter.