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2nd Year Residents (PGY-3)

John Adib, M.D.

John Adib

Dr. John Adib, MD went to medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He later pursued technical coursework and experience in health informatics at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a clinical residency in psychiatry at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Afterwards, Dr. Adib combined his technical and clinical backgrounds in healthcare consulting. He has worked at a variety of healthcare systems across the nation including the Mayo Clinic, Cedars-Sinai, and New York City Health + Hospitals. Driven by a lifelong social conscience to serve, Dr. Adib believes innovations in technology and data science can advance public health helping improve the lives of millions. For that reason, he has chosen to pursue training in preventive medicine.

Alicia Bell, M.D.

Alicia Bell, M.D.

Alicia Bell graduated from Howard University with a B.A. in Classics, B.S. in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. She earned her MD degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Medicine in Richmond, VA and completed her internship at the Highland Family Medicine Residency Program in Rochester, NY. Prior to her medical education, she obtained a M.S. in Physiology focusing on Complementary and Alternative Medicine from Georgetown University and was founding Project Manager of PharmedOut, an independent project that empowers prescribers to identify and counter inappropriate pharmaceutical promotion practices and to rely upon evidence-based resources in clinical decision-making. She has previously served as Treasurer of the Board of Directors for both the SNMA and NWHN and has been passionate about issues in women’s health, medical education, health disparities and community engagement. At VCU, she was also active in the International/Inner City/Rural Preceptorship (I2CRP), where she engaged in didactic, community-based, clinical and research experiences addressing medically underserved populations. She volunteered with the VCU Student Medical Legal Partnership organizing lectures and recruiting peers to advocate for health issues at the state-level. Her myriad interests include health policy, reproductive health, community-based participatory research, health and environmental equity, patient safety and quality, medical informatics, history of medicine, and medical education. She has co-authored articles in both consumer health literature and in peer-reviewed journals. She enjoys reading, playing multiple instruments, listening to all kinds of music, and eating good food

Y. Victoria Gadbois, MD, MHA

Y. Victoria Gadbois

Dr. Gadbois received her bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Dallas, her master’s degree in Health Administration from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine, and her medical degree from Saint Matthew’s University School of Medicine. She conducted her residency training in internal medicine at NYU Winthrop Hospital.  For more than a decade, she has practiced primary care medicine in urgent care and in private practice.  She frequently collaborates with and volunteers in several faith-based medical clinics in urban and rural areas in southeastern Wisconsin.

Her interest in preventive medicine is in improving clinical services in the primary care setting by integrating the knowledge and skills of clinical medicine with the special skill sets of medical management and population health, specifically in rural communities.

Dr. Gadbois and her family are new to the Rochester area. She and her husband have two young and active children that keep them busy. When they are not working, they enjoy exploring the area.

1st Year Residents (PGY-2)

Dr. Krystalyn R. Bates, DO

John Adib

Krystalyn Bates received her B.S. in Health Sciences in 2012 from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. While an undergrad, she became interested in food insecurity and helped develop programs to address both hungry students and reduce food waste on campus. After graduating, she joined a research team with Northshore LIJ Health Systems where she acted as a research intern in the Emergency Department assisting on project that ranged from HIV  education research to the economic viability of the developing clinical decision unit. In line with her enjoyment of both learning and teaching, she spent years working as both an EMT and EMT assistant instructor. During this time, she also had a third job where she worked extensively with the developmentally disabled community particularly with disabled wards of New York as a habilitation and care coordinator.  In 2019, Krystalyn graduated as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and she completed her Internship year with a Traditional Rotating Internship at College Medical Center in Long Beach, CA. As a Preventive Medicine Resident, she has strong interest in vulnerable populations, health care policy and outreach, as well as addiction medicine.  In her free time, she enjoys drawing, painting, skateboarding, reading, and learning about history and mythology. 

Dr. Lovelyne N. Sharma, MD

Alicia Bell, M.D.

Dr. Lovelyne Ngujede Sharma received her medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University of Yaoundé 1 in Cameroon. For five years she worked as a general practitioner in various urban and rural settings in Cameroon, volunteered in orphanages and other local communities. Her focus was in prenatal and maternal health, preventive care, vaccination promotion, HIV, tuberculosis and tropical diseases like malaria and typhoid. She also mentored medical students during community medicine rotations. After serving her community, her passion for advanced technology and innovation led her move to the United States where she obtained a Master of Science in Health Informatics from the University of South Florida. She also completed two years of family medicine residency at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. During this time, her interest in preventive medicine was piqued even more during chronic disease management encounters. The advent of her father giving up a blossoming political career due to preventable chronic health conditions, and eventually passing away from complications thereof only strengthened her interests. Hence, her pursuit of a career in preventive medicine and public health with a particular interest in epidemiology. She believes that prevention of disease is a key management step in healthy living, decreased healthcare cost, better quality of life and decreased hospitalizations for avoidable complications. Her interests include leveraging innovation and technology to provide high quality care, access to healthcare for all, chronic disease risk assessment, education and prevention. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, cooking contests with her mother and siblings, crocheting, music, reading, yoga and kickboxing.