Clinical Interests: Pediatrics, Cardiology
Hometown: Ludlow, Massachusetts
Bio: Although Boston is my home city, I am beyond excited to have this opportunity to live in NYC during my residency and experience all the city has to offer. My hobbies include running, soccer, eating out, and traveling, and I am super grateful for my residency class since we explore different parts of the city as a group!
Research Project: Clinical Anticoagulation Stability of Pediatric Ventricular Assist Device Recipients Anticoagulated With Bivalirudin Compared to Heparin
Why NYP? I chose NewYork-Presbyterian because this program had a wide range of clinical rotations within the program and would challenge me to practice at the top of my license. With an extensive list of rotation experiences to choose from, I am better able to tailor my residency experience to best fit my interests and help me narrow down future career opportunities. Additionally, having the opportunity to train at two large medical centers allows residents to interact with a variety of patient populations and disease states, which will help residents develop their clinical expertise to expand to treat an array of different populations. Also, NYP contains an extraordinary group of preceptors who are very dedicated to the residents and their learning experiences. They provide a large network outside of the hospital, which residents can utilize for future job opportunities. Lastly, with NYP located in New York City, I am able to take this year to explore a phenomenal city filled with so many difference people and experiences, and with a good group of co-residents, I have created some wonderful connections along the way that I hope will stick with me no matter where we end up.