First Year Fellows


Kristie AamodtKristie Aamodt was born in Houston, Texas and earned her MD and PhD from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She is a graduate of the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics, which she completed on the Accelerated Research Pathway. She is dedicated to caring for each individual patient at their bedside, and to using basic research to improve care for all patients. Her basic research experience has focused primarily on proliferation and regeneration of pancreatic beta cells. If you can’t find Kristie on call or in the lab, she is probably training for a triathlon, cycling, or playing the flute.


Charlotte ChenCharlotte Chen is from Lincoln County, North Carolina. She graduated from New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed pediatric residency training at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (NJ). During medical school she pursued research in the molecular biology of panhypopituitarism to identify novel mutations in genes responsible for pituitary development. Throughout medical school has been an active volunteer for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, providing support to teens with type 1 and 2 diabetes. Charlotte’s passions include cooking healthy cuisine, video filming and editing, and performing stand-up comedy.


Lindsey GastonLindsey Gaston was born in Detroit, Michigan and came to the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics after earning her MD from the University of Michigan. During medical school, she held leadership roles in the Women's Health and Advocacy section of AMSA and in the Latino/Native American Medical Student Association. As a pediatric resident, Lindsey pursued clinical research on inhaled steroid-induced adrenal insufficiency and the endocrine manifestations of Prader-Willi syndrome. Lindsey is a former Division III springboard diver and enjoys running, skiing, and playing and composing music.


Second Year Fellows


Jia Zhu was born in China and moved to America at age 4. She attended MIT as an undergraduate, where she studied how to engineer better vaccines. She graduated from Harvard Medical School and was an active member of the Asian Pacific America Medical Student Association. Prior to fellowship, she completed her residency in the Boston Combined Residency Program. Her academic interests include the genetics and physiology of puberty.


Svetlana Azova was born in Russia and immigrated to the US at age 9. She received her BA from Hunter College and her MD from the New York University School of Medicine, and completed her pediatric residency at Mount Sinai. Besides being an active volunteer in several organizations, Svetlana loves to travel, ride her bike, and write.



Kevin Scully was born and raised in Portland, Maine. Kevin attended medical school at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and returned to the US for residency at Maine Medical Center. He has volunteered and taught in many places, including in Ghana and Tanzania. Kevin is a huge New England sports fan, and developed his rugby skills during medical school in Ireland. He loves spending time in the outdoors and with his family, friends, and wife.



Third Year Fellows


Kate Millington was born in Maryland but grew up in Chatham, NY. She matriculated at Bard College at Simon’s Rock where she studied liberal arts. She also did a two year BS in biomedical engineering at Columbia and taught high school math, physics and engineering in Queens before entering the Perelman School of Medicine at the University Of Pennsylvania. Her interest in Endocrinology started when she spent a summer doing diabetes research at the NIH and another camp at CHOP. In Kate’s free time she loves to run and spend time with her friends and family.


Rebecca Harris grew up in Chicago. She has always been interested in endocrinology, reproductive biology and genetics. Rebecca is a well-rounded physician and investigator in the field. She is a graduate of Northwestern University, The Finberg School of Medicine. In Rebecca’s free time you might find her practicing yoga or cooking something delicious. Rebecca also enjoys reading biographies and planning on re-starting ikebana courses. (Japanese flower arrangements).


Elise Tremblay did her undergrad at Princeton majoring in Public and International Affairs. She then attended the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her residency at Yale New Haven hospital where she was chief resident. Elise is described as a thoroughly engaged learner and teacher, and an exemplary provider of high quality care to her patients and families. Elise is known to have a wonderful sense of humor and is fun to be around. Elise loves to run, bake, and spending time with her friends and family.