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John L. Dalrymple, MD

Associate Dean for Medical Education Quality Improvement
Ellen and Melvin Gordon Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Medical Education
Pathways Course Co-Director (Professional Development)

John Dalrymple, MD ’91, joined the HMS faculty in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in 2015 from the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School. At HMS as the Associate Dean for Medical Education Quality Improvement, he has taken on an increasingly central role in the assessment, evaluation and continuous improvement of many aspects of the MD curriculum, including serving as faculty leader of the Office of Educational Quality Improvement (OEQI). At BIDMC, he serves as Associate Chair and Vice Chair for Faculty Development and Faculty Affairs in the Department of OB-GYN.... Read more about John L. Dalrymple, MD

Daniel Kamin

Daniel Kamin

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Associate Co-director of the pre-PCE course Homeostasis II
Associate Director of the Cannon Society

Daniel S. Kamin, MD is a gastroenterologist at Boston Children’s Hospital and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. He is Associate Program Director of the GI fellowship at Boston Children’s, and recently finished directing the inpatient GI consultation service. Dr. Kamin’s clinical work includes attending on both the gastroenterology and hepatology/transplant inpatient services, outpatient general gastroenterology, fellow teaching clinic precepting, and co-leading a program helping infants and children with rare forms of chronic diarrhea. Dr. Kamin is an Ethics Associate on the Boston Children’s Hospital Ethics Advisory Committee, a role that enables him to work with the Pediatric Transplant Center on developing and vetting policies with ethical valences. From an education standpoint, Dr. Kamin is Associate Co-director of the pre-PCE course Homeostasis II— now in its third year and always a high point in Dr. Kamin’s year.  Daniel enjoys leisurely weekend mornings with his husband Scott and nearly 5-year old daughter Claire, Saturday night dinner parties (which always include cheese boards), and midnight yoga. Daniel aspires to learn circus arts and start or join a group that reads and talks about poetry. 


Alex Keuroghlian, MD, MPH

Faculty Advisor, LAHMS
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Director of Education and Training Programs at The Fenway Institute

Dr. Alex Keuroghlian, MD, MPH, is a clinical psychiatrist, educator, and researcher. He is primary course director for the fourth-year elective clerkship, “Care for Patients with Diverse Sexual Orientations and Gender Identities,” and the national continuing education conference, “Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health.” His clinical practice and research focus on sexual and gender minority health. He directs two federally funded centers for sexual and gender minority populations, The National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center and the Evidence-informed Interventions Center for Coordinating Technical Assistance. Dr. Keuroghlian is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at HMS, the Public & Community Psychiatry Curriculum Director for the Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean psychiatry residency program, and Director of the Division of Education and Training Programs at The Fenway Institute.

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Camila M. Mateo, MD, MPH

Faculty Advisor, Office of Recruitment and Multicultural Affairs

Dr. Mateo is a primary care pediatrician at Boston Children’s Hospital and Martha Eliot Health Center who focuses her work on the care of underserved children. She is from South Florida and attended the University of Florida before completing her MD at the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. She completed her pediatric residency and a chief resident year at the Boston Combined Residency Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center where she was a part of the Urban Health and Advocacy Track. Following this she completed the Harvard-wide Pediatric Health Services Fellowship and obtained an MPH at the T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health. Her research time focuses on the impacts of discrimination and bias on patient care and diversity in the physician workforce. Her medical education work focuses on diversity and inclusion, health equity, and racism in medicine. She is currently the Diversity Officer for the Boston Combined Residency Program as well as the co-director for Social Medicine in Essentials II at HMS and looks forward to helping to support and mentor medical students at Harvard in this new role.

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Mary Montgomery, MD

Faculty Advisor, LAHMS
Instructor in Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Dr. Mary Montgomery is a clinician educator at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She received her medical degree from UCSF,  completed her internal medicine residency at BWH and her infectious diseases fellowship at the combined BWH/MGH program with a specialty focus on HIV. Dr. Montgomery takes care of cohort of HIV patients and teaches residents and fellows on the inpatient ID consult service. She is also interested in the care of LGBT patients, patients with substance use disorders and the overlaps between human and animal medicine. At HMS she is the director of the internal medicine sub-internship and co-directs the BWH Practice of Medicine course. She lives in Jamaica Plain with her wife and daughter. Dr. Montgomery serves as a Faculty Advisor for the LAHMS student group.
Jennifer Potter, MD

Jennifer Potter, MD

Professor of Medicine
Advisory Dean, William Bosworth Castle Society
Dr. Jennifer Potter is a clinician educator and innovator whose scholarly work focuses on reducing health disparities among populations of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities, enhancing the competency with which clinicians communicate with regard to ‘sensitive’ topics, such as sexuality, and implementing clinical quality improvement initiatives. Currently, Dr. Potter is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, founding director of the Women's Health Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Co-Chair of The Fenway Institute—a research facility dedicated to studies focused on optimizing the health of LGBTQ populations.
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Carlos G. Torres, MD

Faculty Advisor, Office of Recruitment and Multicultural Affairs

Dr. Torres is a pediatrician at MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center and Associate Director of Diversity & Equity at MassGeneral Hospital for Children where he closely works with medical students and residents. He was born and raised in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. He moved with his family to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, during his teenage years, afterwards attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his MD from Harvard Medical School, then attended pediatric residency at MassGeneral Hospital for Children and served as a chief resident. His clinical and research interests include immigrant health, disparity research, LGBT health, and resiliency. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his partner and dog, catching up with his nine siblings and many nephews back home, traveling, and gardening. He is looking forward to returning to the Longwood area regularly (and re-visiting the surrounding delicious Mexican restaurants that helped him cope with his longing of home).