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Warren Bodine, DO FAOASM Director of Sports Medicine, Rojo Team Leader Curricular Focus: Musculoskeletal Medicine, Procedures Clinic, Osteopathic Manipulation Undergraduate: Adelphi University Medical School: UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine Residency: UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine Family Medicine Residency Fellowship: Christiana Care Health System, Sports Medicine Academic Appointments: Clinical Associate Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine; Clinical Associate Professor UNE-College of Osteopathic Medicine; Instructor, Harvard Medical School; Hometown: Farmingdale, NY Leadership Positions: Board of Directors-American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, Board of Directors-Lawrence General Hospital Physician Health Organization, Massachusetts Medical Society Committee on Student Health and Sports Medicine, Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Committee on Sports Medicine, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Concussion Trainer, National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners-Family Medicine Faculty. Bodine is a Board Certified Osteopathic Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician. Bodine completed his fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at Christiana Care Health System in Delaware, where he served as team physician for the University of Delaware and Delaware State University, and has sports medicine experience caring for professional athletes, previously serving as team physician for the Boston Blazers (Men’s Indoor Lacrosse), Boston Cannons (Men’s Outdoor Lacrosse), and the Boston Breakers (Women’s Professional Soccer). Bodine has received numerous teaching awards and has been an invited speaker on multiple Primary Care and Sports Medicine topics.
He currently serves as team physician for multiple local high schools and colleges in Massachusetts and has been a volunteer finish line Physician for the Boston Marathon since 2010.
Cara Marshall, MD Associate Program Director, Community Medicine Co-Coordinator Curricular Focus: Community Medicine; Home Visits, Geriatrics Undergraduate: University of Florida Medical School: University of Florida, MD Residency: Montefiore Residency Program in Social Medicine Academic Appointments: Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Family Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine Hometown: Leesburg, Florida Originally from Florida, Cara came to Lawrence by way of residency in the Bronx, and has been in Lawrence since 2001.
She served in a faculty role for many years as curriculum coordinator for outpatient subspecialties and home visit program coordinator, as well as working with our homeless program in local domestic violence shelters.
The integration of our services and interaction with the community makes my daily work incredibly rewarding.
My passions in life outside of medicine involve spending time in the outdoors (hiking, fishing, and camping), playing soccer (Go Liverpool!
Wendy lives with her husband, mother, and son and in her free time enjoys travel, books, needlepoint, and soap box derby.She was honored for her work in the community in 2015 at the YWCA of Greater Lawrence Tribute to Women.She has presented regionally and nationally at STFM, FMEC and MAFP, and in 2013 transitioned to a PCMH team leader role in the residency. Barr, MD, MPH, MSCE Residency Program Director Curricular Focus: Medical Education Research, Maternity Care, Quality Improvement, Group Prenatal Visits, Faculty Development Undergraduate: Northwestern University Medical School: Tufts University School of Medicine (MD/MPH) Residency: Lawrence Family Medicine Residency Fellowship: Faculty Development/Reproductive Epidemiology, University of Pennsylvania Department of Family and Community Medicine (MSCE) Academic Appointments: Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine Leadership Positions: Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors (AFMRD Board of Directors, CERA Steering Committee, ALSO Advisory Faculty, AAFP Commission on Education (AFMRD Liaison), MA DPH Taskforce on Maternity Levels of Care Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA After graduating from Lawrence, Wendy completed a research fellowship at Penn and spent six years in New York City before returning as Associate Residency Director in 2010 and then Residency Director in 2015.Clinically, Wendy continues to practice full spectrum care including inpatient, outpatient, and maternity care.
My other interest is in policy and advocacy dating back to my time working with the Robert Graham Center in Washington D. This led to work on the ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine and continues to spur my interest in finding ways to improve the quality of graduate medical education.