Bari
Rosenberg
Bari  Rosenberg
Junior Assistant Resident
House Staff

Start Year: 2020

Basics

Hometown
Boston, MA

Where did you attend university/college?
MIT

Where did you attend medical school?
Emory University School of Medicine

What are your career goals?
I hope to pursue a fellowship in combined pediatric and adult hematology/oncology, and focus my career on adolescent-young adult (AYA) acute leukemia.

I feel that even as an intern, the attending physicians I have worked with trust my clinical decision making, and I am given autonomy over my patients, while still knowing I have their support when I need it.

-Bari Rosenberg

Reflections on the Duke Program

What were you looking for in a residency program?
I was looking for a program with strong subspecialty training, and with leadership who valued my unique career goals. I was also looking for a program with a strong sense of community among the residents and between the residents and faulty.

What are the strengths of the Duke Program?
I felt immediately welcomed to Duke by program leadership, other residents, and everyone else working in the hospital.

What are your observations about the relationships between faculty and house staff?
I feel that even as an intern, the attending physicians I have worked with trust my clinical decision making, and I am given autonomy over my patients, while still knowing I have their support when I need it.

Tell us about your co-residents. What has helped you connect, support each other, and form friendships?
I truly believe my co-residents are THE MOST INCREDIBLE group of women I have ever met. From the first time we all met, there was an instant bond and sense of family, and I genuinely love and respect each of them!

What are your interests outside of medicine?
I love to cook and bake, travel the world, exercise, play with my dog, spend time with friends and family, and do home improvement projects!

House Staff