Fellowship in Endocrinology, 2016-2019, Massachusetts General Hospital an affiliate of Harvard Medical School
Residency in Internal Medicine, 2013-2016, Chief Medical Resident 2015-2016, Albany Medical Center
Medical Degree, 2013, Duke University
Master of Science in Neuroscience, 2008, Upstate Medical University
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
American Medical Association
American Diabetes Association
My interest in medicine started very early in my life. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 18 months old and as much of a pain as it has been, it has led me to where I am today. I was fortunate to have a great support system in my parents, my brother and my endocrinologist. They not only made me feel more comfortable living with diabetes, but made me want to learn as much as possible and pass that knowledge on to others. After completing my Internal Medicine residency, endocrinology seemed like a perfect fit with my experience in diabetes and love of treating complex problems. The specialty also affords me the time I want to spend with patients to build trust and get to the root of a medical problem.
Spending time with my beautiful wife Rebecca, shopping for antiques (especially medical), watching television shows like Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and the Rookie, trying to learn to cook, staying physically fit, visiting the Adirondacks with Rebecca and the dogs (Pinochle and Banting), and growing vegetables in our home garden.
Transitions of Care from Pediatric to Adult Diabetes Clinic , team member, Massachusetts General Hospital
Teaching of medical students, residents, and fellow physicians
Allan Moore Medical Services Blood Drive, Endocrine Team Captain, Massachusetts General Hospital
NEAACE Fellows in Training Representative, New England Chapter of AACE
Founded the MGH Type 1 Diabetes Support Group with monthly meetings for patients with type 1 diabetes and their friends and family.
“Very helpful in every aspect of my health.” “Great first visit. He was very understanding.”