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Diana Back
University of Minnesota Medical School

Diana was a Psychology major and Chemistry minor at the University of Minnesota. She spent time abroad working in Chile as a clinical observation intern for public, private, and community health care facilities while in college. During medical school, she was awarded the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Summer Medical Student Fellowship. Diana has volunteered at Planned Parenthood and her student-run clinic.


Kelly Brown
Tufts University School of Medicine

Kelly completed her undergraduate degree in General Biology and Economics at the University of Michigan. Her path to becoming a psychiatrist has included a few detours, which she hopes will bring a unique perspective to her work in the field. She spent time working in economic consulting prior to entering medical school. Later, while working as a cardiothoracic surgery resident, she treated many patients with IVDU associated endocarditis. Her experiences with these patients reignited her interest in psychiatry. Her research thus far has focused on the intersection of cardiac surgery and psychiatry, including the psychiatric comorbidities of heart failure. She is also interested in medical education. She is very excited to be back in Boston. Outside of work she enjoys skiing, hiking, yoga and spending time in Vermont with her niece.


Stephen Conway
Pennsylvania State College of Medicine

Stephen graduated Summa Cum Laude from Layafette College with a major in Neuroscience. In college, Stephen worked as a mental health technician and a special Olympics swim coach volunteer. Stephen is a member of the AOA at Penn  State College of Medicine. Stephen’s research has ranged from studying eating disorders in Drosophila to clinical studies of bipolar disorder.


Ann Felhofer 
Tufts University School of Medicine

Ann attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where she graduated with a major in Brain and Cognitive Science and a minor in Chemistry. As a medical student, Ann has volunteered at the MIT student mentor group as well as the Phoenix club where she educated inmates about substance use, mental illness, and nutrition. Ann participated in research at the Mother Infant Research Institute at Tufts that analyzed fetal brain MRIs in down syndrome.


Lauren Goldschen
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Lauren grew up in Maryland and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a major in Biological Sciences. While in medical school, Lauren pursued qualitative research that explored the experience of college students with eating disorders. During medical school Lauren was a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. Lauren’s clinical interests include public psychiatry and women’s mental health. Outside of work, Lauren enjoys exploring new yoga studios, attending spin classes, and spending time with her cat, Finn. 



William Kromka
University of Colorado School of Medicine

William majored in Anthropology and Integrative Physiology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. In college, he volunteered in a health exchange in India dedicated to providing primary healthcare services and health awareness campaigns to rural villages across the Himalayan Mountains. During medical school, William founded a wellness program for indigent youth as well as a service learning partnership between his medical school and a housing complex for low income immigrant and refugee populations. William is a member of the AOA. His research has focused on a systematic review of mental health ED recidivism. William

Tina Lam
Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine

Tina graduated from Rice University Houston with a major in mathematical economic analysis. In college, she volunteered at a math and reading program for 4th graders and was the fundraising chair for the Chinese student association. Prior to medical school, Tina worked for Bain and Company as a consultant analyzing energy consumption. During medical school, Tina was a student representative for the TX medical association and volunteered in Guatemala on a medical mission trip. She has worked on several quality improvement projects including the need for 24/7 ICU staff.


Jessica Principe
Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Jessica graduated from the University of Georgia with a major in Dietetics and subsequently received a Masters in Food and Nutrition. Prior to medical school, Jessica worked as a renal dietitian and then as a clinical dietician in an acute rehabilitation setting. In medical school, Jessica is a member of the AOA, and the Alpha Upsilon Phi Service and Leadership Honor Society.  She has also served as the president of the student interest group that coordinated meetings and  community service events with local farmers markets and the Salvation Army. Her research has focused on studying the role of Vitamin K in overweight children and its association with cognitive control time and depression symptoms.



Christina Macenski
University Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine

Christina graduated with a perfect GPA from the University of Minnesota with a double major in Physiology and Psychology. Prior to starting medical school, Christina worked as a medical scribe in emergency care.  In medical school, she has been active in student government and is the Honor Council President. She has also won awards for her contributions to the medical school and community.


Glynis McGowan
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

Glynis graduated Cum Laude from Georgetown University with a major in the Biology of Global Health. Prior to starting medical school, Glynis worked at a charter school teaching introductory science to middle school students. In medical school, Glynis has preformed in the school’s improv club. She was also the co-president for the Jefferson Youth Emergency Services which educates troubled youth at a homeless shelter about adolescent-focused general health and mental health topics.


Research Track Resident

Jacinta Leyden
Stanford University School of Medicine

Jacinta graduated from Rice University Houston with a major in Bioengineering, Global Health Technologies. After College, she received the James Wagoner Fellowship Grant with the WHO and developed a tool to look at the commercial potential of medical devices in low resource settings. At Stanford, Jacinta’s scholarly concentration has been in health services and policy research with an application to global health. Jacinta was an AACAP research fellow and has looked at the barriers to CAP in the Bay Area. She has also researched tech based hypnosis for smoking cessation.

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