Dr. Joel Panthappattu was born in New York City and raised in Rockland County, NY (specifically Congers, NY). Dr. Panthappattu attended NYIT where he received his bachelor’s degree in biology. He completed his medical training at Ross University School of Medicine. Dr. Panthappattu chose Family Medicine because he wanted to help address the shortage of physicians in under-served areas. He also …read more
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Dr. Reuven Stott was born in Toronto, Canada where he attended Dalhousie University to complete an Honors BA in Classical Studies with a focus on ancient philosophy and comparative religions. After a period of travel through Japan, China and India, Dr. Stott chose medicine as the way he would reach people. He then completed coursework …read more
Dr. Angel Lee was born in Brooklyn, NY and grew up in Fort Lee, NJ. She attended New York University for undergrad, where she studied East Asian Studies and Chemistry. While a student at NYU, she taught at a non-profit youth organization that offers comprehensive services to at-risk and immigrant adolescents in downtown NYC. This …read more
Dr. Katie O’Grady is from Ridgewood, NJ. She graduated from NYU with a Bachelor’s in English Literature and while she has a great love for literature, she was moved to begin a career in medicine after studying abroad in Ghana and volunteering at Korle Bu Hospital in Accra, Ghana. She is a graduate of Robert Wood …read more
Dr. Aubrey Raimondi was raised in New York State. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Cornell University where she learned to sail and developed an interest in global health. After graduation she spent time at Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard University developing her skill set in research, which resulted in two publications on …read more
Dr. Meg Glausser grew up in Greencastle, Indiana and graduated from Grinnell College with a BA in religious studies. She worked as a professional cook in Maine and Texas before getting a post-baccalaureate and heading to medical school at UT Southwestern in Dallas, TX. During school, Meg did research in public health, studied in Zimbabwe, …read more
Dr. Sarah Chang was raised in New Jersey for most of her life. She attended Wellesley College for undergrad and Rutgers-RWJMS for medical school. Her interests include palliative care, community health, disability health and infectious diseases. During medical school, she was involved in organizing community screenings, which helped to re-enforce her interest in community health. …read more