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Molly is a first-year obstetrics and gynecology resident at UCSF. She has done research on quality improvement in healthcare and worked with medically underserved populations to improve access to care for those in need. She serves as a mentor for high school and undergraduate students who hope to pursue careers in medicine. She hopes to become a leader in the field of women’s health. In her free time, she is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys writing.
Dr. Nicole de Paz is a first-year pediatric resident at Massachusetts General Hospital and a recent graduate of Harvard Medical School. Her interests include childhood obesity, early childhood development, and access to care for children in immigrant families and those with limited English proficiency. More broadly, Nicole is passionate about using advocacy to improve child health locally and at the state and national levels. She recently completed the American Academy of Pediatrics' Department of Federal Affairs internship and attended the annual AAP Legislative Conference in Washington, DC. Before medical school, she worked as an asthma educator and care coordinator for IMPACT DC, a clinical, research, and community outreach program designed to improve outcomes for children with asthma in Washington, D.C. Nicole graduated from Yale University in 2011 with a degree in Biology. She is a budding #tweetiatrician and tweets at @ncdepaz.
Lisa Rosenfeld is a recent of Harvard Medical School who has just started her residency in psychiatry at MGH/McLean. Prior to medical school, Lisa spent three years working for the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, an independent global health research center at the University of Washington that provides rigorous and comparable measurement of the world's most important health problems and evaluates the strategies used to address them. During this time, she worked extensively on the Global Burden of Disease study, and earned her Master of Public Health in Global Health. Lisa has a longstanding interest in global health, and has worked in-country on health-related projects in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Tanzania, and the Philippines. She is also very interested in tackling the social and economic determinants of health, improving systems of care, increasing access to care, and effectively using innovative health IT.
Dr. Christopher R.M. Henderson is a first-year resident at Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. He graduated from Harvard Medical School in 2016 and from the University of Cambridge in 2004 with a Master of Philosophy. While at Harvard, he conducted research in quality improvement regarding medical records transparency and patient access. Dr. Henderson serves as a major in the United States Air Force, and has deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, and South Korea in various roles as an intelligence officer. Prior to medical school, he also served in the Obama Administration, conducting strategy work within the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He is interested in healthcare policy and systems improvement.