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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL FELLOWSHIP IN GENERAL MEDICINE AND PRIMARY CARE AT MGH

ABOUT OUR PROGRAM

The Harvard Medical School Fellowship in General Medicine and Primary Care offers 2-year academic fellowships to prepare talented physicians for careers in academic medicine. Since the program began in 1979, we have trained over 290 fellows, who now work in prestigious institutions nationally and internationally. Funded by a federal grant and participating clinical institutions, the Program offers each Fellow an appointment at Harvard Medical School and one of its affiliated hospitals or departments. All fellows qualifying for acceptance to the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health pursue a rigorous curriculum that can lead to a Master of Public Health or Master of Science degree. Each Fellow is expected to design, conduct, present, and publish several original investigative projects that lay the foundation for future careers as leaders in general medicine and research.

MGH GIM FELLOWS

JENNY JIA, MD, MS

Primary Mentor: Anne Thorndike, MD, MPH

Jenny Jia is a General Internal Medicine Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital. Her research interests include interventions in the food environment and food supply to promote healthy diets and prevent chronic diseases, food insecurity, and health disparities, both domestically and globally. She earned her B.S. at Emory University and her M.D. at the Medical College of Georgia. She recently completed her residency training in Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine at Boston Medical Center where she worked on research in food policy and disparities in diabetes outcomes.

FELIPPE MARCONDES

Primary Mentor: Jennifer S. Haas, MD, MSc

Felippe Marcondes is a General Internal Medicine Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital. His research interests include health disparities among vulnerable populations and the impact of health policy on the health of vulnerable populations. He earned his B.S. at Southern Adventist University and his M.D. at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. He recently completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch, where he worked on research in health policy involving transitions of care and quality improvement in acute pancreatitis.

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