Peter James, MD
Pete is from the small town of South Reading, VT. He attended Middlebury College, where he studied Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Prior to earning his MD at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, he spent time as a ski patroller and fly fishing guide. He was drawn to the program at Dartmouth for the unique opportunity to train at a top academic medical center located in a community to which he has personal ties. When not in the hospital, you will likely find Pete enjoying the beautiful nature of the Upper Valley.
Rebecca Bell, MD
Becca grew up on Cousins Island in Yarmouth, Maine. She attended Williams College where she majored in Biology, competed on the varsity Nordic ski team, and was captain of the women’s lacrosse team. She attended medical school at the Tufts School of Medicine Maine Track program. Outside of the hospital Becca enjoys mountain biking, backcountry skiing, surfing, running, and spending time with her partner, Connor, and her dog, Tuckerman.
Maggie Mouzourakis, MD
Maggie was born in China but grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. She later went to Montreal to complete her bachelor's degree in Microbiology and Immunology. Maggie attended medical school at Saint Louis University and is excited to return to New Hampshire, the state where her husband grew up. In her spare time, she enjoys jogging, skiing and checking out new restaurants.
Galit Almosnino, MD
Galit was born in Israel, but grew up in Seattle, Washington. She majored in physiology at the University of Washington. Galit returned to Israel for her medical education, where she attended the Medical School for International Health at Ben Gurion University. Galit loves travelling and was able to visit many countries in Europe while living in Israel. When not in the hospital, she enjoys reading, being active and exploring the area with her husband and dog.
Mason T. Hinchcliff, MD
Mason was born in Louisiana, but claims Idaho as his home. He graduated from Boise State University with a degree in athletic training and worked full-time in that capacity before applying to medical school. He completed his medical degree at the University of Washington and is excited to spend the next 5 years "back East." When not in the hospital Mason enjoys all things outdoors and serving as a personal jungle gym for his children.