Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, Quincy, MA (December 1999 - April 2007); Somerville, MA (May 2007 - present) Attending Physician, Department of Internal Medicine. Provider of primary care internal medicine for a Boston area group practice. Responsibilities include outpatient clinical care and supervising medical students and resident physicians at teaching affiliates of Harvard Medical School in Boston.
Chief, Department of Internal Medicine in Somerville from May 2014 to present.
Site Medical Director, Somerville from June 2016 to present.
Yale-China Association, Changsha, Hunan, China (July 1998 - June 1999) Health-Teaching Fellow. Participated in a one-year fellowship program teaching and conducting medical research at Hunan Medical University in central China and its affiliated hospitals (now XiangYa School of Medicine).
Presented a review of the role of second-look laparotomy in the management of ovarian cancer at the weekly Clinical Conference of the Surgical Oncology service, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD, May 1993.
Solomon Peer Recognition Award, 2004 (bestowed on clinicians at Harvard Vanguard who are nominated by peers and coworkers for their outstanding contributions to the group practice through clinical excellence, patient service, teaching or research)
Cayman Systems, Cambridge, MA (Summer 1988) Beta testing and programming for the development of the GatorBox, a self-contained transparent interface between Macintosh AppleTalk and EtherNET TCP/IP networks.
WHRB, 95.3 MHz, FM band, Cambridge, MA (February 1986 - June 1989) Responsibilties included: