Meet Our Residents


Maria Bachman
Maria Bachman – Mayo Medical School

Maria joins us from Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota. She is a graduate of Loyola University where she completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Bioethics. Prior to entering medical school, she spent a year doing research at NIH with the National Heath Lung and Blood Institute. Maria’s interest in Family Medicine increased after spending time working in primary care clinics in Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic while in medical school. She also traveled to Ghana where she focused on women’s health research, conducting a study in cervical cancer published in the International Journal of Gynecological Pathology. Maria is also interested in alternative and integrative medicine. She has spent time in India studying Yoga, Acupunture and Reiki. In her free time, Maria enjoys running, yoga, traveling, and cooking and spending time with her family. She is excited to explore the city of Boston!

Marielle Baldwin
Marielle Baldwin – University of Alabama

Originally from Alabama, Marielle completed her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience and Women’s Studies at Emory University. After college, she spent a year volunteering with AmeriCorps as a school-based health educator for medically vulnerable young youth and subsequently returned to Emory for an MPH. There, she led a needs assessment for refugee mental health and worked as a policy intern for adolescent pregnancy prevention. She then pursued her medical degree at the University of Alabama (UASOM). Marielle is committed to being a primary care provider for the underserved. She is a founding member of UASOM’s MedPride: Gay/Straight Medical Student Alliance and is the former President of Equal Access Birmingham, UASOM’s largest student-run community service organization and a group that staffs a free community medical clinic, organizes community health screenings, and most recently established its own student-run free clinic. While at UASOM, she helped create the Diabetes Education Initiative, a program to equip low health literate communities throughout Alabama with skills to manage their diabetes. Her primary interests are in urban underserved medicine, women’s health, HIV/AIDS, and health education. Outside of medicine, Marielle enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, exploring new cities, eating delicious food (!), binge-watching tv shows, and hanging out with her husband, family and friends.

Brian Bates
Brian Bates – University of Maryland

After studying ecology as an undergraduate at Dartmouth, Brian spent a year as an outdoor education trip-leader in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He also spent two summers working for a non-profit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and was inspired to attend medical school by doctors he met there. He completed his premedical coursework while working in a neurobiology research lab at the NIH. In medical school at the University of Maryland, he was particulary interested in healthcare for the Latino immigrant population of his neighborhood in Baltimore and volunteered at a Spanish-language free clinic. He is fluent in Spanish. He was drawn to family medicine because of the continuity of care, the diversity of patients, and the focus of prevention and community health. Brian’s interests outside of medicine include hiking, playing music, and beekeeping. He loves spending time with his wife and daughter and hopes to climb all the 4,000-foot mountains of New Hampshire with his family during residency.

Bradley Buchheit
Bradley Buchheit – SUNY – Buffalo

Bradley is originally from Oregon and attended The State University of New York at Buffalo for his medical degree. He completed his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering at Clarkson University in Northern New York. Bradley’s decision to pursue family medicine was inspired by the practice of preventative medicine and the patient-physician relationships that family doctors nurture. Preceding medical school, he worked as a laboratory technician at the University of Rochester, studying pneumocystis pneumonia. While in Buffalo he volunteered at the Medical Society of Science and Health in Warsaw, NY, which provides adolescents in rural areas with the opportunity to experience different health care professions through daily workshops. He also participated in TarWars: the AAFP tobacco free education program for kids, and enjoyed volunteering as a student doctor at a free clinicfor patients withouth health insurance. He has traveled to Ecuador and Peru to practice his medical Spanish while assisting in the provision of medical care in a variety of hospital and rural clinic settings. During his spare time Bradley enjoys rowing, running, reading and cooking.

Jennifer Cohn
Jennifer Cohn – Jefferson Medical College

Jenna completed her undergraduate degree at Gettysburg College and went on to pursue her medical degree at Jefferson Medical College in Pennsylvania. Her decision to become a family doctor was inpsired by her work with urban underserved populations, specifically women and children. During medical school, Jenna was involved in JeffHOPE (Health Opportunities, Prevention & Education), which is the largest network of student-run clinics serving the homeless population in Philadelphia. She was director of the Eliza Shirley clinic, which serves homeless women and children. Jenna also was a certified Rapid HIV tester in a South Philadelphia Emergency Room through the American Medical Student Association. At Gettysburg College, Jenna was a French major and studied abroad in both France and England. She is an avid Philadelphia sports fan and her hobbies include traveling, skiing, cooking, and yoga. She speaks French.

Elizabeth Doran
Elizabeth Doran – New York Medical College

Elizabeth is a native of Massachusetts, and a graduate of New York Medical College. After earning an undergraduate degree in sociology from Williams College, she worked in Boston for an urban planning and development firm before making the decision to pursue medicine as a career. She completed a post-baccalaureate pre-medical program at Harvard University Extension School, and then went to work as a clinical research coordinator for the deparment of Thoracic Oncology at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. At New York Medical College she was involved in research relating to Patient Centered Medical Homes and transistions in medical care between childhood and adulthood, with a particular focus on children with complex medical needs. Her research and work experience at both Dana Farber and New York Medical College were early influences that led her to commit to a career in primary care. She was drawn to family medicine for its ability to offer full-spectrum care over a lifespan. Elizabeth was Vice President of the FMIG at New York Medical College. In her leisure time she enjoys cycling, hiking, gardening, and cooking for friends and family. She speaks moderate Franch and basic Russian, and is working on learning Spanish.

Stephanie Gove-Yin – University of Chicago – Pritzker

Originally from Massachusetts, Stephanie completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago and continued on to pursue her medical degree at the Pritzker School of Medicine after teaching middle school Science for two years in Houston, Texas. She was drawn to family medicine because of its focus on providing care within the boader context of patients’ lives, and the ability to form relationships with patients and families over time. During medical school she took time off work as a Public Health intern at the US Dept. of Health & Human Services, where she focused on creating trauma-informed care training for medical professional. She served as a board member of the Washington Park Free Children’s Clinic, and has volunteered supporting new teachers in Chicago. Outside of medicine, Stephanie enjoys cooking, reading, and exploring new places with her husband. She speaks moderate Spanish and is currently studying Mandarin Chinese.

James Huang
James Huang – Pennsylvania State University

Jimmy is a San Francisco Bay Area native, born in San Jose, raised in Palo Alto, and graduated from the University of California in Berkeley with a degree in molecular and cell biology. He then pursued his medical degree at Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey. There, he became interested in primary care and served as co-president of the FMIG, coordinating lectures and procedure workshops. He did research on diabetes outcomes at local family medicine clinics that had undergone medical home transformation. He was a clinic coordinator for a monthly free clinic in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and vice-president for the school’s AMSA chapter. In addition, he spent precious time filming and editing viedos for medical school social events. Outside of medicine, Jimmy enjoys running half marathons and marathons, trying new foods, whilling away hours in a bookstore with a strong cup of coffee, and following Bay Area sports — and somtimes the occasional Boston team!

Mary Iaculli
Mary Iaculli – University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

Mary studied biology at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts; she completed her medical degree at University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Mary finds being a primary care provider both challenging and fulfilling. She has special interests in infectious disease and dermatology. Prior to medical school she lived in China where she studied Mandarin Chinese and taught English as a second language. At a Harvard based lab she researched new modalities focused on genetic testing for cardiomyopathies and worked as a medical assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. While in medical school, she volunteered at the Biddeford Free Health Clinic where she assisted physicians in the care of the underserved patients and working with Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program during a Summer Primary Care and Infectious Disease clerkship. Mary enjoys many outdoor activities involving the mountains and the sea, documentary films, traveling, and learning something new; most recently the ukulele. She speaks conversational Chinese (Mandarin) and basic Spanish.

Alexander Ocampo
Alexander Ocampo – University of Connecticut

Alex completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Connecticut studying English Literature and molecular and cell biology, and continued his medical studies at UCONN. After his first year of medical school, he biked across the country raising money for Lea’s Foundation of Leukemia Research. In college, he worked as a tutor for intercollegiate athletes in biology, calculus, and differential equations. In the past, he has volunteered at a Ryan White Health Program, South Park Inn Medical Clinic for the homeless, and StayWell Health Clinic working as a diabetes educator. Alex completed a Master in Public Health, conducting his research thesis on the prevalence of depression and burnout in medical students and finding interventions to decrease these rates. His hobbies include running (he is currently training for his 20th marathon), biking, going to trivia events, and spending time with his fiance Corey.