Kacie Amacher, MD, MPH
Attended Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. In my free time, I love being active outdoors, hiking, biking, running and yoga. I am passionate about nutrition and love to cook and develop my own plant-based recipes. I also enjoy traveling home to spend time with family and our golden retriever in Oregon.
Ayedh Alamri, MBBS
I received my medical degree from the King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and completed my internal medicine residency at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. I have a special interest in interventional cardiology and heart failure. I hope to be one of the first Saudi physicians to specialize in both specialties and to start a robust cardiology facility back in Saudi that serves people in need in the peripheries. I have been involved in research from a very young age and aim to further advance my career as a physician-scientist. Outside of work, I enjoy traveling with my wife, swimming, trying new activities and exploring different cities and cultures.
Benjamin Freedman, MD
I grew up in Durham, NC, attended medical school at Harvard and went on to do my medicine residency and 2 years as a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Professionally, I'm interested in cardiac electrophysiology, and outside of work, I enjoy a range of hobbies, including singing, sailing, hiking and rock climbing!
Rachel Goodman, MD
I grew up in metro Detroit and completed undergrad and medical school at the University of Michigan. I then moved to Milwaukee where I completed internal medicine residency and a year as chief resident at the Medical College of Wisconsin. At this point, I am most interested in critical care cardiology and heart failure, but I am keeping an open mind. Outside of work, I enjoy any high-energy workout class, baking and Michigan football (go blue!). I am also a skincare and SPF enthusiast.
Peter Natov, MD
I grew up in nearby Newton, Mass. I graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine and completed my internal medicine residency at Yale New Haven Hospital. My clinical and research interests are in cardiogenic shock, mechanical circulatory support and other topics that overlap the fields of interventional cardiology, advanced heart failure and critical care cardiology. Outside of medicine, I enjoy road cycling and exploring New England.
Stephen Wang, MD
I completed medical school at Dartmouth, an MPH at Harvard, and an internal medicine residency at Yale. I'm currently interested in preventive cardiology or cardiovascular imaging. My current research interests include social determinants of cardiovascular disease and geriatric cardiology. I also enjoy working with medical students and residents and I hope to incorporate medical education in my future career. My clinical goal is to provide compassionate and evidence-based care to all my patients. In my free time, I enjoy golf, basketball, trying out new restaurants and anything that involves a boat.