Co-Chair, Dean's Advisory Council for LGBTQI+ Affairs
Assistant Professor of Pathology
Co-Chair, Dean's Advisory Council for LGBTQI+ Affairs, Yale Medicine Outlist
MD, Wayne State University, 2009
BA, Case Western Reserve University, 2005
Dr. Andrea Barbieri is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology. She received her undergraduate degree from Case Western Reserve University and went on to receive her MD from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. She subsequently completed her residency in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Yale New-Haven Hospital in 2013. Her research interests include areas in head and neck pathology, gastrointestinal pathology and quality improvement in surgical pathology....
Co-Chair, Dean's Advisory Council for LGBTQI+ Affairs
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Associate Director for Curriculum and Educator Assessment, Teaching & Learning Center (SOM)
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1994
MA, West Virginia University, 1981
My contributions to education and research have focused on the organization and delivery of: (1) health-related services for vulnerable populations, and, (2) physician/health-professional training. After having done work in national and international evaluation of HIV/AIDS-related programs and mental health service research, a more recent component of my career has involved the application of my skills in medical education. In this area, most of my work has focused on working with medical...
PhD, University of Adelaide (Australia), 2013
BS (Honors), University of Adelaide (Australia), 2007
Rachel Dreyer, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the section of Policy and Public Health and the Division of Informatics in Emergency Medicine at Yale University. Her background is in epidemiology and clinical research, with particular expertise in disparities related to women and cardiovascular disease. She obtained a PhD from the University of Adelaide in 2013. Upon attainment of her PhD, she joined the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) at Yale University as a Postdoctoral...
MD, Mayo Medical School, 2016
BA, Arizona State University, 2011
I am a psychiatry resident who is passionate about LGBTQI+ health and medical education. As a medical student at Mayo Clinic School of Medicine, I published a curriculum on the AAMC MedEdPORTAL to teach healthcare professionals how to provide their LGBTQI+ identified patients with the culturally competent, evidence-based care they rightfully deserve. I aspire to continue to teach, develop curricula, and mentor medical students and residents throughout my career.
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2011
BA, Peking University, 2006
A native of Guangzhou, China, Junjie Guo received his B.A. in Biology from Peking University (Beijing). He completed his Ph.D. thesis in the Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, working with Hongjun Song on neuronal DNA methylation in the adult brain. During his postdoctoral training in David Bartel's laboratory at the Whitehead Institute/MIT, Guo developed a series of computational and experimental methods to systematically investigate...
Professor of Medicine (Nephrology); Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education (YSM)
Vice Chair, Education and Academic Affairs
MD, Duke University, 1985
PhD, Uniformed Services Univer, 1981
I am a Board Certified in Internal Medicine and in Nephrology and am recognized by the American Society of Hypertension as a "Specialist" in the care of patients with hypertension. My patient care is in both the inpatient setting in general medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital and in the outpatient setting at the Adult Primary Care Center where I oversee the hypertension clinic for patients of the Primary Care Center.
Assistant Professor (General Pediatrics)
MD, State University of NY at Syracuse College of Medi, 2009
Dr. Nozetz was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. She attended college at McGill University, medical school at Upstate Medical University and completed her pediatric residency training at Yale New Haven Children's Hospital. She went on to become a pediatric Chief Resident at YNHCH and has stayed on as a general pediatrician at YNHCH. She sees patients in the primary care centers at the SRC and YSC campuses, the Well-Baby nursery at the SRC campus and the Pediatric Lead Clinic. She has also...
Associate Professor of Public Health (Social and Behavioral Sciences)
PhD, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2008
MA, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2004
John Pachankis studies the mental health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals. His research specifically seeks to identify the psychological and social influences that might explain LGBT individuals’ disproportionate experiences with several adverse mental health outcomes, like depression and substance abuse. He uses social epidemiological, experimental, and mixed methods approaches to conduct this research. Drawing on his background as a clinical psychologist, his...
MD Candidate, Class of 2021
Nensi is one of the leaders of OutPatient, the LGBTQIA+ student group for Yale Health Professions Schools. In this capacity, she is interested in LGBTQIA+-related curricular development and evaluation, as well as community building and mentorship among and for the LGBTQIA+-identifying and ally health profession students at Yale.
Michael Solotke is a co-leader of OutPatient, YSM’s LGBTQI student group. He has contributed to development and implementation of LGBTQI curricular material for undergraduate medical education, and is part of the research team for an ongoing LGBTQI study. More broadly, his interests include healthcare management and policy, mentorship, and community building.
Instructor in Emergency Medicine
Director of Simulation Research
Associate Fellowship Director, Medical Simulation
MSEd, MGH Institute of Health Professions, 2016
MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St.Louis, 2010
BSc, University of British Columbia, 2004
Ambrose Wong, MD, MSEd, is the Director of Simulation Research and Associate Fellowship Director for Medical Simulation at YCMS. He is a board certified emergency physician with an interest in using healthcare simulation to improve teamwork and patient safety. He also has expertise in qualitative and mixed-methods techniques for health services research.
He received his Bachelor of Science from the University of British Columbia in Microbiology & Immunology in Vancouver, Canada and attended...