2012 RAMS Scholars
Dr. Bagley completed medical school at Georgetown and then completed a Combined Residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Brown. She is a first year Addiction Medicine Fellow at Boston University/ Boston Medical Center. Her current research interests are overdose education for family members of opioid users and postpartum care for opioid dependent women and their children.
Dr. Park is a Addiction Psychiatry Research Fellow at Boston University/Boston VA Healthcare.
Dr. Tofighi completed his Internal Medicine residency at Lenox Hill Hospital. He was accepted as the first Addiction Medicine fellow at New York University School of Medicine. As an AHRQ-sponsored Primary-care Research Fellow, he is studying patient-centered technologies to improve office-based addiction treatment services. After New York City was shut down by Hurricane Sandy, Dr. Tofighi has also been studying the impact of natural disasters on patients enrolled in substance treatment.
Dr. Wilder attended UVA for medical school as well as for her master’s in health evaluation sciences. She completed her psychiatric internship at UC Davis Psychiatry and her psychiatric residency at Duke. She is returning to an Addiction Psychiatry fellowship at University of Cincinnati after working as a research associate in the Services Effectiveness Research Program at Duke and acting as medical director for the Intensive Outpatient Program at the Durham VA Medical Center. She is broadly interested in psychiatric health services with a current emphasis on opiate overdose prevention in the VA system.