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Radiology Trainee Diversity, Inclusion and Equity (RTDIEC) Committee

Mission Statement

The mission of the Brigham Radiology Trainee Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Committee (RTDIEC) is to recruit and retain members from diverse backgrounds and to create an environment in which each person is respected and nurtured so that all may thrive and work toward the common goal of advancing diversity and inclusion in radiology critical for equitable human health and optimal healthcare outcomes.

Meet the Members


Colette Glaser (R3)
Colette GlaserColette (She/Her) is a PGY-4 resident in the integrated Interventional Radiology Program. She grew up in Los Angeles, CA and moved to Boston to attend Harvard Medical school. She is a first-generation Mexican-American and had a non-traditional journey to medicine. She completed a general surgery internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Her interests include increasing diversity in the medical field, physician wellness, women’s medicine, and interventional oncology. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two pups, doing arts and crafts and do-it-yourself projects, and picking up a good mystery novel.

Steven Morales-Rivera (R3)
Steven Morales-Rivera

Steven Emil Morales-Rivera is from the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, where he was born and raised. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Puerto Rico and subsequently completed his medical degree at Ponce Health Sciences University School of Medicine. He is in the ESIR pathway (Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology) and his career interests include education, diversity and inclusion within medicine, healthcare advocacy and vascular interventions.


Olumide Olulade (R1)
Olumide Olulade
Olumide is a PGY-2 resident in the Integrated Interventional Radiology program. He was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of South Florida, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He subsequently earned a Master’s and Ph.D. in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering from Purdue University, after which he completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Georgetown University. His research, in the field of Neuroscience, focused on understanding the neurological basis of language development, learning disabilities, and deafness. This research spurred him on to pursing a career in medicine, and he obtained his medical degree at the Howard University College of Medicine. He recently completed his internship in General Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, playing sports, notably tennis and soccer, traveling, and playing the guitar.

David Osayande (R1)
David Osayande
David Osayande is a PGY-2 in the Diagnostic Radiology Program. He is from Brooklyn, New York. He completed his M.D. at Harvard Medical School and his MBA at Stanford Graduate School of Business. His interests lie in interventional radiology, healthcare access/delivery, and diversity/inclusion within medicine.

Madhvi Deol (R3)
Madhvi Deol
Madhvi (Her/She) is a PGY-4 resident in the diagnostic radiology program. She was born in the U.K. and grew up in Syracuse NY. She is first generation South Asian American. Madhvi received a B.S. from Cornell University and M.D. from Weill Cornell Medicine in NYC. She is pursuing an abdominal imaging fellowship after residency. Her professional interests include medical education, physician wellness, and diversity related issues. She is additionally on the executive board of the Women in Radiology group. In her free time, Madhvi enjoys interval training, being outside, listening to psychology podcasts, and eating chocolate :)

Mirelys Barrios (R4)
Mirelys Barrios
Mirelys was born and raised in the city of Cienfuegos, Cuba. As a teenager, given the political unrest in Cuba, her family decided to flee the country and move to the United States. She attended the University of Miami in Florida for undergraduate and medical school and is currently a fourth year radiology resident at Brigham, completing a yearlong mini-fellowship in breast imaging. Her current research interest is to evaluate the imaging prognostic indicators in HER2+ patients. She loves baking, cooking, learning new languages and traveling/exploring cities.

Aaron Jen (R4)
Aaron Jen
Aaron (He/Him) is Chinese-American and was born in Los Angeles, CA. He attended Johns Hopkins University as an undergraduate and UCLA for medical school, and has also lived in New York, San Francisco, and Portland before settling in Boston for residency. He is the first in his family to enter the medical profession although hopefully he won’t be the last. In his free time Aaron enjoys running, reading, and writing electronic music.


Hyewon Hyun, MD
Hyewon Hyun, MD

Shanna Matalon, MD
Shanna Matalon, MD

Jennifer Uyeda, MD
Jennifer Uyeda, MD

Sandra Palma
Sandra Palma

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