Meet Our Residents
Jeanette was raised in Providence, Rhode Island and moved to Boston for her undergraduate studies where she earned a degree in Neuroscience from Boston University. She spent a few years working as a clinical research coordinator at Boston Children’s Hospital where her passion for pediatric medicine blossomed. She attended UMass Medical School where she continued her work in clinical research and mentoring. Throughout residency she has been active in teaching; both formal teaching including leading the pediatric procedural team; working as a PALS instructor; as well as informal teaching on the wards. She also participates in diversity, equity, and inclusion education, specifically upstander training for residents and with plans to expand it to the multidisciplinary pediatric team. After her 2023-2024 chief year she intends to attend a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship. In her free time, she enjoys baking, camping, dancing, playing tennis and most importantly spending time with her husband, Ethan an EM resident, and her newborn son Hunter who enjoys cuddles, naps, and music.
Anna was raised in Lancaster, Massachusetts. She graduated from UMass Amherst with a degree in Biology. She then went to UMass Medical School, developing interests in medical education and advocacy and is a Chief Resident for the 2023-2024 academic year. Throughout residency Anna was active in advocacy, helping to plan the annual Residents and Fellow Day at the State House; working with the MGH Center for Gun Violence Prevention; in undergraduate medical education; and as a champion of Tiny Talks - an online video series for residents. In her free time, she enjoys running, cooking, reading, and continuing her search for the best chocolate chip cookie recipe.
I'm originally from Padua, Italy and came to the US as a small child, finally ending up in New York City. After middle school, we went to live in Cambridge, UK where I attended high school and studied violin at the Royal College of Music in London. I returned to the US for undergraduate studies at Yale University, majoring in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. In college, I developed an interest in immunology research, working on autoimmune disease. I then spent a year at the National Institutes of Health as a research fellow, studying B cell metabolism. I returned to New England for medical school at the University of Massachusetts. I am one of three Chief Residents for the 2023-2024 Academic year, after which I hope to pursue hematology-oncology fellowship. During residency, I became involved with research and education projects and have loved the mentoring relationships I have been able to develop at MGfC. I live in Boston with my partner, Emma, who is a Med-Peds resident at MGH and our mischievous cat, Olive.