Welcome to Alpert Medical School and to the Office of Student Affairs! We look forward to sharing in your medical school journey with you. Our goal, working closely with the Offices of Medical Education and Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, is to provide you with a supportive learning environment, offering the advising and support that you need to grow as a future physician.
Your well-being and overall wellness are of utmost importance to us, and we are committed to supporting you throughout your training. Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us with any questions about student life at Alpert Medical School.
Jordan White, MD, MPH
401-863-7798 (Alpert Medical School)
Dr. White is the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs here at Alpert Medical School, and oversees student advising and wellness for all students.
Emily Green, PhD
Dr. Green is the Director of Student and Faculty Development here at Alpert Medical School, and is the primary advisor for students in the preclinical years.
Alex Morang, MA
Ms. Morang is the Director of Career Development here at Alpert Medical School, and is the primary advisor for students in the clinical years.
Kelly Whalen, MS
Kelly Whalen is the Assistant Director of Career Development at Alpert Medical School.
Janice Viticonte is the Residency Program Coordinator here at Alpert Medical School.
Chelsea Reyes is the administrative assistant for student and faculty development programs.
Diane Green is the learning specialist for Alpert Medical School.
Joanna Maclean, MD
Dr. Maclean is the Director of Psychological Support Services here at Alpert Medical School.
The Psychological Services staff has many years of experience in dealing with a broad range of problems. They provide crisis intervention, short-term psychotherapy, and referral services. They offer consultation to students, faculty and staff who are concerned about the well-being of students. Our appointments are free of charge, our contacts with students are confidential, and we are available when classes are in session.
Psychological Services website
Legal Services for Students
This service is ideal for students seeking legal consultation for personal issues free of charge. For minor issues, this legal consultation service may suffice. In other cases, a referral for more extensive legal consultation is possible and may be indicated. This service is being provided to medical students in conjunction with the undergraduate and graduate council of students. The services are provided by Leonard O'Brien.
Mr. O'Brien is available at the Sarah Doyle Women's Center on Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30pm. He is available for phone consultations on Thursdays from 3:00-5:00pm. During the winter and summer breaks, Mr. O'Brien is available by phone on Thursdays from 3:00-5:00pm. His office phone number is 401-310-0590 ; students should ask for him directly.
Center for Careers and Life After Brown (CareerLAB)
The CareerLAB can help students with items such as resumes and curriculum vitas. The Center provides career advising along with important academic tips, such as conference etiquette and time management skills.
Director: Andrew Simmons, Associate Director/Career Counselor
For requests of current enrollment verification contact our Credentialing Coordinator.