Project Director, Boston LEAH Training Program
Sarah AB Pitts MD, is an attending in the Divisions of Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine and Endocrinology at Boston Children’s Hospital, an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, the Program Director for the Adolescent Medicine Fellowship, and the Project Director for the Boston LEAH Program . She completed her BA in Anthropology at Dartmouth College and received her medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School. She then went on to complete her pediatric residency training in the Boston Combined Residency Program and Fellowship Training in the Adolescent Medicine Fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Pitts is the co-Director of the Reproductive Endocrine and PCOS Program as well as of the Adolescent Medicine LARC Program. Her research endeavors stem from the AYA LARC Collaborative which she established in 2017 with 4 other clinical sites across the country. Finally, as a member of the LEAH Curriculum Committee, the BCH Academy, the Graduate Medical Education Committee, and the ABP Education & Training Committee, Dr. Pitts has a passion for medical education.
Associate Program Director
Jessica Addison MD, MS, MPH graduated from college from the University of Virginia. She attended medical school at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Pediatrics at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, and a fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at Children’s National Health Center in Washington DC. Dr. Addison is currently the Co-Medical Director of the Boston HAPPENS program; so in addition to primary care patients she also takes care of youth living with HIV. She is also involved in medical education and is a member of the BCH Academy for Teaching and Educational Innovation and Scholarship. Dr. Addison’s research interests are mainly focused on caring for hospitalized adolescents and Social Determinants of Health/Health Disparities.
Jennifer Liu Goluszka, MS, C-TAGME is the Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Program Coordinator. She is originally from the Chicagoland area and graduated from Butler University with a BA in Political Science and International Studies and from DePaul University with an MS in Leadership and Policy Studies. She began her career in graduate medical education at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2020. She is involved in the Graduate Medical Education Office, is a member of the GME Workload Intensity Sub-committee, as well as the National Society of Academic Medical Administrators (NSAMA).
To meet the rest of our important Adolescent Medicine team and to view the clinical programs we offer, visit our Division of Adolescent Medicine website: http://www.childrenshospital.org/centers-and-services/departments/adolescent-medicine