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Meet Our Hahnemann Residents!

PGY-1:

   
   

Jie (Jenny) Chan, MD, is a 2018 graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. She graduated from MIT in 2012 with a BS in Biology and completed her MS in Medical Sciences from Boston University in 2013. Jenny would like to work with underserved patients in addition tolearning Spanish in residency. She is a big fan of card games and board games when she is not on the wards.

     
   

Chelsea Evans, MD, is a 2018 graduate of the Lewis Katz School of
Medicine at Temple University. She also graduated from Lehigh
University in 2014 with a BA in Behavioral Neuroscience. A native of
Connecticut, Chelsea’s academic interests include both women’s health and global health. Outside of medicine, Chelsea enjoys dance and hiking.

     
   


Michael Flynn, MD
is a 2018 graduate of UMass Medical School and

earned his BS in Biology from UMass-Amherst in 2005. A native of
Holyoke, MA, Michael worked as a research assistant prior to returning to
medical school. His interests include academic medicine and teaching, as well as sports medicine, hospital medicine and women’s health. Outside of medicine, Michael enjoys golf, basketball and playing guitar.

     
   

Tammer Masoud, MD is a 2017 graduate of Ross University School of
Medicine and a 2012 graduate of the University of Toronto where he
earned his BS in Biology and Psychology. Tammer grew up in Canada and
has an interest in teaching as well as a broad interest in full-spectrum family medicine. He also enjoys music, fitness and playing basketball.

     

PGY-2:

   
    


Jorge Finke, MD
, is a 2017 graduate of UMass Medical School and earned his BS in Pre-Medical/Health Sciences from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 2013. Originally from the Dominican Republic, Jorge has a great interest in working with underserved populations. His personal interests include basketball and salsa dancing.

     
         


Dinah Gorelik, MD
 is a 2017 graduate of UMass Medical School and earned her BS in Public Health from UMass-Amherst in 2011. Prior to medical school, Dinah worked as a mental health specialist. Her interests include integrative medicine and underserved populations. Outside of medicine, Dinah enjoys hiking, Netflix, and board games.

     
   


Aimee Kobjack, MD
 is a 2017 graduate of UMass Medical School, earned her BS in Biology in 2010 from UMass-Amherst and her MS in Molecular and Cell Biology from Brandeis University in 2012. Prior to medical school, Aimee worked as a clinical research assistant. Her interests include women's health and sports medicine and her personal interests include baking, yoga and gardening.

     

 


Julie Powers, MD,
 is a 2017 graduate of the University of Vermont College of Medicine. She earned her BA in Environmental Studies and Forest Ecology from Marlboro College in 2010. A California native, Julie worked for a few years in academic administration and teaching wilderness first aid. Julie’s academic interests include comprehensive primary care and maternal-child health. Her outside interests include choral singing, Irish dancing, and hiking.

     


PGY-3:

    
   


Efstathia Choros, MD, Chief Resident, 
is a 2016 graduate of St. Georges University and a graduate of UMASS-Amherst in 2008 with a BA in Accounting. Prior to medical school, Efstathia worked as an auditor for Pricewatershouse Cooper in Boston. She grew up in Westborough, MA and is interested in urgent care and global health. Efstathia also enjoys SCUBA diving and travel. 

     
   


Abirami Raveendran, MD
 is a 2016 graduate of American University of the Caribbean. She earned her BHS from University of Western Ontario in 2009 and her MS in Global Health from McMaster University in 2011. A Canadian native, Abi’s interests include global health, public health and underserved populations. Her personal interests include yoga, running and dance.

     
 


Leah Rothstein, MD
 is a 2016 graduate of St. Georges University and earned her BA in Sociology/Anthropology from Carleton College in 2004. Leah worked as a research assistant prior to entering medical school. Her academic interests include geriatrics and her personal interests include music, painting and cooking.

     
   


Veronica Torres, MD
 is a 2016 graduate of Boston University School of Medicine and earned her BS in Chemistry from Rice University in 2011. A native of Puerto Rico, Veronica would like to work with a diverse patient population and is interested in teaching. She also enjoys cooking, salsa dancing and reading.

     
     

 

   
     
     
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