Chief Residents

The three chief residents in Internal medicine 2019Anupama Kumar, MD
Hometown: Palo Alto, CA
Undergraduate: Cornell University
Medical School: Tufts University School of Medicine
Favorite thing to do in Boston: Sitting outdoors enjoying a meal on Newbury Street on a nice summer day
Why I chose Tufts MC for residency: I love the subspecialty service system! I feel that this structure allows me to learn each organ system well from experts in the field. As a Tufts medical student, I had worked with many of the medicine attendings and knew they were approachable and invested in my education. The residents are also incredibly supportive and a great group of people to spend time with.
Plans for the future: I am applying for Hematology/Oncology fellowship

Sharanya Mohanty, MD

Hometown: Edison, NJ 
Undergraduate: The College of New Jersey 
Medical School: Rutgers- Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 
Favorite thing to do in Boston: Going for walks along the Esplanade; shopping on Newbury street  
Why I chose Tufts MC for residency: The training environment and culture was the most important factor when I was choosing a residency program. While on the interview trail, I felt that Tufts had one of the most collegial and supportive environments I had ever seen. The size of the program allows for an intimate learning environment and allows program leadership and attendings to get to know each of the residents on an individual level. 
Plans for the future: I am applying for Cardiology fellowship.  

Michael Davis, MD 
Hometown: West Boylston, MA
Undergraduate: Cornell University
Medical School: University of Massachusetts Medical School 
Favorite thing to do in Boston: Heading up to the North Shore to spend time on the beach and golf course. 
Why I chose Tufts MC for residency: I was focused on finding a training program in Boston and was sold on Tufts on my interview day because of how much the residents seemed to enjoy being around each other. The fact that we spend so much time at Tufts during our first two years is a huge benefit, as you get to know the people you work with on a personal level, which makes coming to work an enjoyable experience. 
Plans for the future: Hospitalist for now while staying involved in non-clinical work such as health informatics. I am leaving the door open to a Pulmonary/Critical Care fellowship.