"It is empowering and exhilarating to be training in a program that fosters both your professional and personal growth. Our approach to adolescent health using the biopsychosocial model has allowed for me to connect with our diverse population of youth and provide equitable healthcare across the spectrum. My mentors and faculty provide a wealth of knowledge and expertise that has primed me to be one of few graduating trainees with a strong foundation in gender health care, among other areas of our subspecialty. There is something to be said when you wake up every day, motivated and excited to learn from your tribe!"
Melissa Dundas, M.D. - Fellow Alum
Current Position: Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, New York University Grossman School of Medicine, Bellevue Hospital
Medical School / Medical University of the Americas, Nevis, West Indies
Pediatric Residency / Staten Island University Hospital, New York City, NY
Hometown / Ottawa, CA