Current Nephrology Fellows

Jahangir Ahmed, MDJahangir Ahmed, MD.
Medical School:
Nishtar Medical College
Brooklyn Hospital Center
Cooking, traveling, kickboxing and spending time with family and friends.
Why Tufts MC? 
I choose Tufts Medical Center because of the unparalleled training experience by the world renowned experts in Nephrology. It is truly a great work environment with extremely friendly staff and faculty.






Dr. Chivate 2019Yashodhan Chivate, MD
Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine
Residency: Stony Brook Medicine
Hobbies/Interests: I enjoy biking, kayaking, stoop-sitting, playing guitar, feeding stray cats, and eating everything in my general vicinity.
Why Tufts MC? I was drawn to Tufts by its reputation as a rigorous training program, and by the opportunity to work with some of the best minds in nephrology. The atmosphere is incredibly welcoming and supportive, and I’m thrilled to be part of the Tufts family.  Although fellowship is certainly busy, I look forward to coming to work every morning!




Rajiv Sinanan, MD is a nephrology fellowRajiv Sinanan, MD
Medical School: University of the West Indies Faculty of Medicine St. Augustine, Trinidad
Residency: Jackson Memorial Hospital
Hobbies/Interests: Boxing, Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu
Why Tufts MC? Tufts provides a highly academic environment in a very comfortable setting. The faculty members are very approachable and the support staff is phenomenal. I am very happy that I choose Tufts MC.

Wendy McCallum, MD Research Nephrology FellowWendy McCallum, MD
Medical School: 
UMass Medical School
Tufts Medical Center
Hiking outdoors, raising a family
Why Tufts MC?
 I chose Tufts MC because of the warm and supportive atmosphere and its excellent Renal department faculty.








Bethany Roehm, MD is a nephrology fellowBethany Roehm, MD
Medical School:  Baylor College of Dentistry Component of Texas A&M Health Science Center
Residency: Tufts Medical Center
Hobbies/Interests: reading, cooking, going to the beach, and playing with my new daughter
Why Tufts MC?: I used to work here several years ago as a study coordinator, and when it came time to choose where to go for fellowship, I knew I wanted to be at Tufts because the doctors, nurses, and other support staff are so caring, taking such great care of patients.








Erin Flanagin, MDErin Flanagin, MD
Medical School:  Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
 Tufts Medical Center, Boston MA
Swimming, Hiking, Magic: The Gathering and exploring New England with my dog.
Why Tufts MC? 
The Tufts faculty, fellows and staff are all incredibly welcoming and supportive. The CTSI program is a unique and invaluable opportunity to learn about clinical research.






Caroline Hsu, MDCaroline Hsu, MD
Medical School: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Residency: Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY
Hobbies/Interests: Ice skating, museum-hopping
Why Tufts MC? I chose Tufts for the strength of its clinical research and training. More than that, I thrive in an environment of collegiality, and I found the people here to be amazingly supportive and pleasant to work with.