Margaret Ong

Dr. Ong completed her pediatric residency training at University of California Los Angeles. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Physiological Science and her medical degree from University of California Los Angeles. She is interested in clinical research with a focus on nutrition and neurodevelopment.

Tierney Morrison

Dr. Morrison completed her pediatric residency training at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, where she also served as chief resident. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Public Health and her medical degree from George Washington University. She has a clinical and scholarly interest in addiction medicine as it pertains to maternal fetal medicine and neonatology, and is currently working on a project that explores chronic stress as a mechanism by which neurobehavioral dysregulation may occur in infants with prenatal opioid exposure. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 2-year-old daughter and trying new restaurants!

Matthew Lin

Dr. Lin completed his undergraduate studies at Brown University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. He obtained his MD from the University of Vermont and completed his pediatric residency training at New York University. He is concurrently completing a fellowship in bioethics through the Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics and is a trainee member of the Boston Children’s Ethics Advisory Committee. He has a clinical and scholarly interest in questions at the intersection of bioethics and palliative care.

Kristen Santoro

Dr. Santoro graduated with a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Neuroscience from Tulane University and obtained her MD from Louisiana State University, New Orleans. She completed her pediatric residency training at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University, in New York. In regards to her research, she is a member of the Martin-Freedman lab working under the mentorship of Dr. Camilia Martin. She is currently working on a project to better understand fatty acid metabolism in the neonate and its role in inflammation. In her free time, she enjoys running along the Charles River Esplanade and making homemade pasta.

Brooke Krbec

Dr. Krbec completed her residency training at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Tulane University and a Master’s in Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of North Carolina. She obtained her medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is interested in clinical and translational research.

Madeline Keyes

Dr. Keyes completed her pediatric residency training at Massachusetts General Hospital where she also served as chief resident. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Biology from Wheaton College and completed one year as a research assistant in Denmark prior to obtaining her MD from Dartmouth University. She is interested in clinical research and quality improvement.