Meet Our Barre Residents!



Check out our blog "A Week in the Life of a Barre Resident"  by Marco Cornelio, PGY-3!    



Judy Hsu, DO, graduated in 2012 from Kirksville  College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri and Emory University in 2007 with a major in Neuroscience. Judy is a native of Taiwan and has lived all over the country, having also attended high school in the Boston area. Judy is interested in preventive medicine and her extracurricular interests include running and photography.


Vaishali Patel, MD is a 2012 graduate of St. George's University who earned her BS in Chemistry from Boston University in 2005 and her MA in Medical Sciences from Boston University in 2007. Vaishali is a Canadian native and her interests include preventive medicine. She enjoys yoga and playing the piano.


Noah Rosenberg, MD is a 2012 graduate of UMass Medical School. Also a 2008 graduate of Pomona College, Noah majored in Molecular Biology. In addition to his interests in the underserved and in women's health, Noah writes of his desire to pursue a business degree following residency. His outside interests include running and creative writing and he is a member of our Global Health Track.


Stephanie Stormes, MD is a 2012 graduate of St. George's University who earned her BSc at University of Alberta in Canada in 2007. A Canadian native, Stephanie completed a Tropical Medicine rotation in Kenya and is interested in international health. Stephanie enjoys SCUBA diving and ballroom dancing. She is also a member of our Global Health Track.



David Trotter, PhD, First Year Behavioral Science Post-Doctoral Fellow, earned a BS in psychology at The University of Arizona. He earned an MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology from Texas Tech University. David also completed his pre-doctoral internship training at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. His clinical and research interests include the treatment of comorbid medical and mental heath issues, including nicotine dependence and chronic pain. He is also interested in developing interdisciplinary training programs to teach health care providers effective behavior change techniques. 




Marcy Boucher, MD graduated in 2011 from UMass Medical School and earned her BS in Biochemistry at Simmons College in 2006. Raised in Tyngsboro, MA, Marcy has served as a co-coordinator of the UMass FMIG and as a Committee member for the MA Medical Society. Her personal interests include skiing and golfing.


Christopher Chang, MD is a 2011 graduate of University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry and was raised in Wisconsin. He graduated summa cum laude from Case Western Reserve University in 2007 with a BA in Anthropology and Psychology and a BS in Biology. Chris was a co-leader of his school’s FMIG chapter and enjoys juggling and travel. He is also a member of our residency's Global Health Track


Lauren Davidson, MD is a 2011 graduate of the University of Alabama School of Medicine who graduated in 2007 from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a BS in Spanish, with Minors in Biology and Chemistry. She was a VP of the Medical Spanish Interest Group and was involved with the rural medicine program. Lauren's personal interests include music and distance running.



Tassy Hayden, MD is a 2011 graduate of Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine. She earned her BA in Psychology in 2007 from Washington University in St. Louis, where she has been very involved in mentoring first-year medical students. Tassy enjoys musical theater and running half marathons. 





Rebecca Blumhofer, MD is a 2010 graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. She graduated summa cum laude from Wheaton College in Illinois 2004 with a degree in Biology and also earned her MPH in 2006 from BU's School of Public Health. Rebecca is a National Health Service Corps Scholar and her interests include playing the violin, cooking and gardening.



Shaylin Cersosimo, MD graduated from Saint George's University in 2010. She also earned her MPH at Saint George’s and her BS in Public Health at UCONN-Storrs in 2005. Shaylin was been active in a number of student organizations while in medical school and has spent time overseas in sub-Saharan Africa. She is also interested in dance, piano and running. 



Marco Cornelio, MD, Chief Resident, is a 2010 graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine and earned his BS in Biology from Brandeis University in 2006. He was co-leader of the Tufts chapter of the Boston Coalition of Adult Immunizations and speaks fluent Italian. Marco's personal interests include wine-making, soccer and hiking.


Paul Sahd, DO graduated in 2010 from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and from Elizabethtown College with a BS degree in Biology. Paul has an interest in politics and is actively interested in advocating for primary care. A Pennsylvania native, Paul's personal interests include painting and outdoor activities.