CDI Resident and Fellow Committee

  • Sawalla James Guseh, MD

    Sawalla Guseh

    Clinical Fellow in OMRF
    Cardiovascular Medicine Chair

    I currently serve as Chair for the Organization of Minority Residents and Fellows at MGH. I attended Harvard College where I majored in the Biochemical Sciences prior to attending Harvard Medical School and joining MGH. I was born in Monrovia, Liberia and grew up predominantly in Durham, North Carolina. My interests include international health, cardiovascular medicine, critical care medicine and cardiopulmonary development. I enjoy playing intramural soccer in my spare time and follow collegiate and professional athletics. I am married to Stephanie Guseh who is a resident in the Combined Partners Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency.

  • Nneka Ufere, MD

    Nneka Ufere

    Internal Medicine, PGY 3
    Education and Career Development Co-Officer

    I was born in Nigeria and raised in Atlanta, GA. I graduated from Harvard College in 2008 with a degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology, and I went to medical school at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine. I am a third year internal medicine resident and am interested in gastroenterology, medical ethics, and medical education. Outside of residency, I enjoy watching soccer, cooking, and traveling. I will be serving as one of the Education and Career Development Chairs of the OMRF for this year and I am excited to help foster, build, and strengthen our community.

  • McKinley Glover IV, MD, MHS

    McKinley Glover IV

    Diagnostic Radiology, PGY 4
    Education & Career Development Co-Officer

    I was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. I earned my undergraduate degree from Davidson College in North Carolina. Following college, I attended the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, earning a Master's in Health Finance and Management. Subsequently, I worked as a financial analyst for Hopkins Medicine, focusing on business development and strategy. I returned to North carolina for medical school, where I attended the Duke University School of Medicine. My research interests include healthcare policy, finance, health disparities and technology transfer. Outside of the rigors of residency, I am a sports enthusiast and enjoy the outdoors.

  • Hermioni Lokko, MD, MPP

    Hermioni Lokko

    Adult Psychiatry, PGY 3
    Community Outreach Co-Officer

    I am a third year resident in the MGH/McLean Psychiatry Residency Program. I'm interested in bringing my training to the domains of global health and health policy. And during my residency, I hope to explore my interests in models of psychiatry training in the US and globally as well as, mental health capacity building in developing countries.

    I have a Bachelor of Science summa cum laude in Biology from Purdue University before attending Harvard Medical School for my MD and Harvard Kennedy School of Government for a Master of Public Policy (MPP) with a focus on Social and Urban Policy. As a resident physician, I currently serve on the board of the Organization of Minority Residents and Fellows (OMRF) at MGH as a Community Outreach Officer.

    I was Born and raised in Accra, Ghana and miraculously moved to Indiana at the end of high school. For the past four years, I have been a resident tutor at Currier House, one of the Harvard College’s residential communities where I enjoy mentoring college students. In my spare time, I love to travel and to bake unhealthy treats!

  • Nathalee Kong, MD

    Nathalee Kong, MD

    Internal Medicine Primary Care, PGY2
    Community Outreach Co-Officer

    I was born and raised just outside of Boston, MA. My parents both emigrated from Cambodia and their work ethic and values inspired much of what I did growing up and much of what I’m interested in going forward. I was heavily involved in volunteerism and service in high school, a habit that continued while I was a biology major at Boston University. During college, I volunteered at the Brigham to explore my budding interest in medicine and had the privilege to interact with members of the many communities of Boston. While studying at the University of MA Medical School, I continued to reach out into the community by helping to establish a new free clinic in a previously underserved area of Worcester, MA. I am currently a second year internal medicine resident in the primary care program. As co-chair of community outreach, I am thrilled to be able to continue to meet and serve the communities that I grew up in! Outside of the hospital I enjoy exploring new foods and restaurants.

  • Utibe Essien, MD

    Utibe Essien, MD

    Internal Medicine Primary Care, PGY 2
    Public Relations Co-Officer

    I was born and raised in New York City, the greatest city in the world (no bias) and moved to Boston to become a resident in Internal Medicine. I did my undergraduate training at New York University and went to medical school at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Growing up as a physician’s son, I    saw the impact my father had on his patients and the community and decided that this was the job I would one day have. The mentorship he provided his young patients is similar to what I hope to offer    as a member of the MAO board. I look forward to the opportunity to continue to develop this MAO   family and increase its influence on campus and beyond.

  • Camilo Jaimes Cobos, MD, MPH

    Camilo Jaimes Cobos

    Diagnostic Radiology, PGY2
    Public Relations Co-Officer

    I was born in Bucaramanga, a small city in the northeast of Colombia. I went to medical school in Bogota, where I spent 6 fantastic years exploring a variety of healthcare settings, from community hospitals to large referral centers. In my last year of medical school I decided I wanted to become a radiologist. In 2010 I moved to Philadelphia, where I was involved in research to better understand   normal development of children through imaging. I stared my residency at the MGH in 2013, and I have collected only good and great memories. It was exciting to find a large community of trainees    from  diverse backgrounds and to see that the number continues to grow. With the staff from MAO, we will work to create new spaces for people to get know each other, and we can make sure everyone who comes to MGH feels “at home."