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Meet Our Family Health Residents!




Kevin Abraham, MD is a 2016 graduate of UMass Chan Medical School and a 2012 graduate of UMass-Amherst, where he earned his BS in Biology. Kevin grew up in Bedford, MA and is the younger brother of recent WFMR graduate  Jemini Abraham. At UMass, Kevin was the co-leader of the OB/GYN interest group. His personal interests include running, singing and dance. 


Luis Raulo Colon-Mulero, MD is a 2016 graduate of University Of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, having earned his BS in Biology from the University of Puerto Rico in 2009. Raulo founded the FMIG group at his medical school and is interested in global health, population health and health advocacy. A singer and guitarist, Raulo also enjoys playing soccer.


Shannon Roche, DO is a 2016 graduate of Western Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine and a 2011 graduate of University of New England where she studied Medical Biology and Philosophy. Shannon spent a year as an AmericaCorps VISTA volunteer prior to medical school.  She enjoys working with underserved populations and also enjoys reading, hiking and travel. 


Benjamin Slocum, DO is a 2016 graduate of University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and a 2012 graduate of University of Maine-Orono where he received his BS in Biology. Benjamin’s academic interests include community health and addiction medicine. He also enjoys soccer, sailing and hiking.




Omar Abduljabar, MD is a 2005 graduate of Al-Kindy College of Medicine in Iraq. Prior to residency, he worked as a medical interpreter and cultural case manager at Family Health Center. Omar was in the midst of residency training in Jordan prior to arriving in the US. He has also recently worked as a clinical research associate at Memorial Hospital. Omar also enjoys playing soccer in his free time.


Anthony Lorusso, MD is a 2015 graduate of UMass Chan Medical School and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Vanderbilt University in 2008 with a degree in Communication Studies. Anthony originally hails from Worcester, MA. He is excited to work with underserved populations and has a particular interest in addiction medicine. Anthony's other interests include teaching and practicing yoga, cooking, and fitness. 


Carolyn Murphy, MD is a 2015 graduate of Temple University School of Medicine and earned her BS in Chemistry from Boston College in 2010. A Connecticut native, Carolyn looks forward to working with an underserved community in residency. She is also a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility at Temple. Carolyn enjoys jigsaw puzzles, running and sewing.


Bryan Swaim, MD, joined our program as a PGY-2 at FHCW last summer. A Massachusetts native, he received his BS in Biology from Tufts University in 2005 and his Masters in Biomedical Sciences also at Tufts in 2008, focusing on influenza vaccines and the elderly. He conducted research in Boston until medical school; he has published 9 papers and 4 abstracts. Bryan matriculated to Tufts Medical School and graduated in 2015. He has been active in soccer and ice hockey clubs and also used to sing in a choir.


Lieu Tran, MD is a 2015 graduate of Boston University School of Medicine and earned her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Wellesley College in 2009. A native of Vietnam, Lieu was a research technician at Brigham and Women's Hospital prior to medical school. Her passions in health care include addiction medicine. Lieu's personal interests include ballroom dancing, tennis and yoga.




Melissa Gleckel, MD, is a 2014 graduate of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev and earned her BA in International Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 1998. A professional dancer, Melissa is fluent in Spanish. Her academic interests include integrative medicine and global health.



Anna Chon, MD graduated from Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University in 2014. She received her BA in Religious Studies at Brown University in 2010. A Florida native, Anna has pursued numerous opportunities to mentor youth from high school students to medical students. Anna enjoys swimming and biking.


Hilary Mislan, MD graduated in 2014 from Albany Medical College. She received her BA in Health in Communities and Societies from Haverford College in 2009. Hilary speaks Spanish fluently and is a native of Lexington, MA. She served as President of her medical school’s AMSA chapter and enjoys running and yoga.


Neha Wacks, MD, Chief Resident, is a 2014 graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine. Neha earned her BA from College of the Holy Cross in 2010 where she was also a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Her academic interests include underserved care and women's health. Neha also enjoys traveling and hiking.