Instructor of Medicine
Trainees and Junior Faculty
Assistant Professor; Vice Chair for Imaging Informatics, Radiology & Biomedical ImagingDr. Davis an assistant professor and Vice Chair of Medical Informatics in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging. She completed her BA in Chemistry and Psychology at Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA. In 2009 she received her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Subsequently she completed a Diagnostic Radiology residency and a Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Davis obtained her MBA in 2017 from Yale University with a focus in healthcare management. Dr. Davis' academic areas of interest include organizational change and innovation within the healthcare space.
Medical StudentDave is a Yale Medical student currently taking a research year to complete a Masters in Health Sciences program and work on clinical research projects including CHIRAL. He grew up in Wayland MA, graduated Yale College in 2012 with a major in molecular biophysics and biochemistry, and enjoys cooking, running, and watching football in his free time.
Research Scientist; Associate Director, Training Program in Geriatric Clinical Epidemiology & Aging-related Research; Deputy Director of Scientific Affairs, Office of Student ResearchAlexandra Hajduk, PhD, MPH, is a geriatric epidemiologist whose research focuses on improving patient-centered outcomes for older adults with cardiovascular disease. She is also Associate Director of Yale's Training Program in Geriatric Clinical Epidemiology & Aging-related Research as well as Deputy Director of Scientific Affairs at Yale School of Medicine's Office of Student Research.
Assistant ProfessorDr. Gregory Ouellet graduated from Brown University in Providence, RI with a Bachelor of Science in biology and then attended medical school at the University of Rochester. He completed his clinical training in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics at Yale. He concomitantly completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Geriatric Epidemiology and Aging-Related Research and a Master in Health Science degree in 2018. Dr. Ouellet subsequently joined the full time faculty in the Section of Geriatrics. His current research concerns improving the care of chronic conditions for vulnerable older adults, particularly those with dementia.