Ravi received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry and Anthropology from Harvard University. He obtained his MD from Baylor College of Medicine and a PhD in Biological Sciences in Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Raju completed his pediatric residency training at the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics. He is interested in building a mechanistic framework to better understand how social determinants of health modulate disease risk. He works in the laboratory of Professor Li-Huei Tsai in the Picower Institute of Learning and Memory at MIT where he uses mouse models and epigenetic tools to study how exposure to toxic stress and early life adversity affect brain development. He is currently an attending neonatologist at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Sullivan obtained her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Middlebury College and pursued a clinical research training opportunity at the National Institutes of Health prior to obtaining her medical degree from the University of Connecticut. She completed her pediatric residency training at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia with advanced skill program in medical education. Her research and scholarly activities focus on medical ethics, professionalism. and communication in neonatology, particularly as it relates to perinatal counseling. She was a trainee member of the Boston Children’s Ethics and GME committees and completed the HMS bioethics fellowship. Outside of the hospital, she enjoys running with her golden retriever Tiger, (urban) gardening, and cooking. She served as Chief Fellow, and is currently an attending neonatologist at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Healy completed her pediatric residency training at Massachusetts General Hospital. She obtained her undergraduate degree in child and family studies from the University of Syracuse and worked as a preschool teacher prior to her graduate studies. She completed her MD/MPH at the University of Iowa. She is interested in epidemiology and quality improvement in neonatology. She served as Chief Fellow, and is currently an attending neonatologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Dr. Frazer completed her undergraduate studies at Georgetown University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She then obtained her MD and PhD in Immunology from the University of Pittsburgh and completed her pediatric residency training at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. In regards to her research, she is interested in lung development and resolution of inflammation in the lung. She is the president-elect of the junior section of the Society for Pediatric Research. She is currently an attending neonatologist at UNC Chapel Hill Medical Center.
Dr. Fraiman received his undergraduate degree in Religion from Princeton University. He obtained his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He completed his pediatrics residency in the Boston Combined Residency Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center, where he was responsible for a national randomized-controlled trial of a mindfulness education program to reduce burnout among pediatric interns. In addition to his neonatology training, Dr. Fraiman was also a fellow in the Harvard-wide Pediatric Health Services Research Fellowship and received his Master’s in Public Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. His research focuses on racial and ethnic disparities and inequities in neonatal care and outcomes, specifically with a focus on identifying modifiable targets for intervention that can help close the equity gap. He is currently an attending neonatologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Dr. Duncan completed her residency training at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Architectural Studies from Brown University and completed a pre-medical post-baccalaureate program at Bryn Mawr College. She then completed her MD/ MHS studies at Yale School of Medicine. She worked in the laboratory of Dr. Pankaj Agrawal, and is interested in the genetic and epigenetic causes of global developmental delay. She is currently an attending neonatologist at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Bernardini obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Boston University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She then completed a post baccalaureate pre-medical program at the University of Virginia. She obtained her medical degree with Highest Distinction from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, followed by pediatric residency training at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Her research interests include the impact of assisted reproductive technologies on neonatal outcomes, specifically complications of prematurity, as well as quality improvement related to duration of antibiotic therapy in necrotizing enterocolitis. She is currently an attending neonatologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.