Altaf Saadi, M.D.

Third-year medical resident at Massachusetts General Hospital

Dr. Altaf Saadi is a third-year medical resident in the Partners Neurology Residency Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

She graduated from Harvard Medical School, where she promoted cultural, religious, and ethical awareness in medical practice. In 2012, she received the Harvard Medical School Dean's Community Service Award for providing counseling services for survivors of sexual assault with the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center.

She has also counseled young women of color around issues of sexual and reproductive health with Advocates for Youth. She received her bachelor's degree from Yale University, where she received two of the highest senior prizes, the David Everett Chantler Award for high moral character and purpose, and the Nakanishi Prize for leadership in enhancing race relations on campus.

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