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Below are the head of advisory college, longitudinal coaches, student college representative, and affiliates of the Orange college.

Head of Advisory College

  • Professor of Medicine (General Medicine); Program Director, Addiction Medicine Fellowship, Internal Medicine; Academic Advisor, Office of Student Affairs; Associate Director for Education and Training, Program in Addiction Medicine, Internal Medicine; Vice-chief for Education, General Internal Medicine; Professor, Chronic Disease Epidemiology

    Dr. Tetrault is a Professor of Medicine and Public Health, Vice-chief for Education for the Section of General Internal Medicine, Associate Director for the Program in Addiction Medicine, and Program Director for Addiction Medicine Fellowship at Yale School of Medicine. Her scholarly work focuses on care of patients with addiction and the medical conditions associated with substance use, mainly HIV and Hepatitis C. Dr. Tetrault is a staff physician at the Central Medical Unit of the APT Foundation – a multispecialty addiction treatment center. She has been recognized for her teaching accomplishments being awarded the New England Regional Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Clinician Educator of the Year Award in 2013, The W. Anderson Spickard Award for Excellence in Mentorship by the Association of Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Substance use and Addiction (AMSERSA) in 2018, the American Society of Addiction Medicine Training Directors Award in 2021, and the John P. McGovern Aware. She serves as president of the American College of Academic Addiction Medicine and is a past-president of the New England Region of SGIM. In 2017, she was recognized as a Macy Foundation Faculty Scholar.

Longitudinal Coaches

  • Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Gastroenterology)

    Dr. Koral Board Certified Pediatric Gastroenterologist in the Section of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology. He completed a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and stayed at Case for medical school. He completed his pediatric residency at the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland in 2012. After a year of general pediatrics, he completed a Fellowship in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore. His interests include eosinophilic esophagitis,  endoscopy and therapeutic endoscopy. He is building a multispecialty Eosinophilic Esophagitis program at Yale and pioneering Transnasal Endoscopy in Connecticut.  He is currently seeing patients in Trumbull and New Haven.
  • Professor of Pediatrics (Emergency Medicine) and of Emergency Medicine

    Medical Director, Pediatric Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) Program Chairperson, Yale Traffic Safety SubcommitteeCo-Chairperson, State of Connecticut Child Fatality Review PanelPrincipal Investigator, Injury Free Coalition for Kids at Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital
  • Assistant Professor of Therapeutic Radiology; Director of Clinical Informatics, Therapeutic Radiology; Director Medical School Clerkship, Therapeutic Radiology; Medical School Thesis Oversight, Therapeutic Radiology; Radiation Safety, Therapeutic Radiology; Assistant Cancer Center Director, Bioinformatics

    Sanjay Aneja, MD is an Assistant Professor within the Department of Therapeutic Radiology at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Aneja is a physician scientist whose research group is focused on the application of machine learning techniques on clinical oncology. He received his medical degree from Yale School of Medicine and served as class president. During medical school he completed a research fellowship at the Department of Health and Human Services in large scale data analysis. He later completed his medicine internship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center followed by his residency in radiation oncology at Yale-New Haven Hospital. During his residency he completed his post-doc in machine learning at the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) receiving research grant from IBM Computing. He is currently a recipient of an NIH Career Development award, an NSF research grant, and an American Cancer Society research award.The Aneja Labs on-going efforts include: 1) Deep Learning to Derive Imaging Based Biomarkers of Cancer Outcomes: We have previously shown the ability for deep learning to derive imaging-based biomarkers for lung cancer and are currently applying our deep learning platform to brain metastases. We have developed a national consortium of 7 institutions whom have contributed data to our effort. This project is funded by the NIH, AHRQ, Radiation Society of North America (RSNA), and the American Cancer Society.2) AI-Driven Collection of Patient Reported Outcomes: Our group is developing deep learning algorithms which use patient audio diaries to predict validated patient reported outcome metrics. Through a collaboration with Amazon, we hope to integrate our algorithm into virtual assistants and pilot them in a clinical setting. 3) Machine Learning Methods for Clinical Trial Classification: Our group, through a collaboration with SWOG and an industry partner, is studying the ability of machine learning to classify cancer clinical trials and match clinicians to relevant randomized clinical trials. This project is currently funded by the NSF and SWOG Hope Grant.
  • Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Emergency Medicine) and Emergency Medicine; Medical Director, Pediatric Critical Care Transport Program; Associate Fellowship Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine; Medical Director, Connecticut Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC)

    Dr. Michael P. Goldman is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine and an attending physician in the Pediatric Emergency Department at Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital. His scholarly pursuits stem from his passion for medical education and deep interest in quality improvement science. Projects focus around designing interventions to both improve the system in which we deliver care while at the same time pursuing how these interventions can uncover novel educational strategies for staff and trainees, alike. Dr. Goldman holds educational leadership roles in the pediatrics emergency medicine fellowship and pediatric residency. He is the medical director of the Pediatric Critical Care Transport Team and Connecticut's State Partnership of Emergency Medical Services for Children. Dr. Goldman did his Pediatrics residency and Chief Residency at the New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital at Columbia University Medical Center and completed his Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Boston Children's Hospital. Prior to a career in medicine, Dr. Goldman was a special education teacher.
  • Assistant Professor; Affiliate Faculty, Yale Institute for Global Health

    Dr. McNamara is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and specializes in Adolescent Medicine. She cares for youth aged 11-25 and supervises pediatric residents at Fair Haven Community Health Center and Yale-affiliated subspecialty sites. She is interested in implementing best practices in the care of youth facing complex trauma and high-risk social situations. She is involved in medical education initiatives to improve trainee proficiency in strengths-based communication and positive youth development. She previously conducted research in implementing trauma-informed systems for high-volume pediatric trauma centers in Chicago. She conducts culturally appropriate curriculum development in adolescent medicine in both global and local settings, using innovative technologies and extensive resources at Yale. She is currently developing curricula for medical schools in Uganda, in partnership with stakeholders at Busitema University and Makerere University. She received a Doctor of Medicine and Master’s of Clinical Research from Emory University in 2013. She completed residency in pediatrics at the University of Chicago in 2016 and a fellowship in primary care from the Leadership in Urban Primary Care Education and Transformation Program at the University of Chicago in 2017. She completed fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at the University of Illinois-Chicago in 2021.

Student College Representative

YSM Affiliates

Alumni Affiliates

Nancy Angoff
'81 M.P.H., '90 M.D.
Internal Medicine
Elly Barry
'99 M.D.
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology
Michael Brines
'83 M.D.
Internal Medicine/Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
William Dockery III
'93 M.D.
Diagnostic Radiology
Nnemdi Kamanu Elias
'99 M.D.
Addiction, Public Health, Internal Medicine
Ali Elreichouni
'23 M.D., '23 M.B.A.
Emergency Medicine
Rina Reyes-Garcia
'04 M.D.
Internal Medicine
Stuart Gardner
'82 M.D.
Johnathan Henderson
'00 M.D.
Family Medicine
Robert Jarrett
'74 M.D.
Lewis Lipsey
'89 M.D.
Ajay Maker
'01 M.D.
Surgical Oncology
Heather McCrea
'09 M.D., Ph.D.
Paula Rackoff
'86 M.D.
D. Bradford Reich
'86 M.D.
Gail Sullivan
'77 M.D., '77 M.P.H.
Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine
Margaret Wallenfriedman
'92 M.D.
Irum Ziauddin
'02 MMSc
Physician Associate