Credentials: MD (PGY2)
abrina grew up on the South Shore of Boston, Massachusetts. She attended McGill University in Montreal, Canada surviving frigid winters and receiving her bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences. Afterward, she attended Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, located in the West Indies. Her clinical clerkships took her cities all over the United States as well as a brief journey to the UK and provided her with experience and insight into different health systems and patient populations.
Always having been passionate about disease prevention and health maintenance, she entered a pediatric residency program at Marshfield Clinic in Marshfield, Wisconsin. While there she conceived and began a research project to examine academic and health outcomes in rural children who attend an after-school program. She completed two years of her pediatric residency before realizing that she could help more people by pursuing a career in public health and preventive medicine. She is currently enrolled in an online Masters of Public Health program at George Washington University which she will complete in mid-2019.
Sabrina enjoys spending time outdoors in all weather types whether gardening or snowboarding and continues to donate her time at a free medical clinic in her town. Her primary interests in preventive medicine focus on population health and improving preventive clinical services in the primary care setting.