CRICO is extremely proud of its current and alumni fellows. The Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions (CRICO) funds the HMS Fellowship in Patient Safety & Quality to train physician-scholars to lead operational improvement efforts. Click below to hear from the fellows themselves about how this program made an impact on them.

Class of 2016

MelissaSundbergTiny            MarcPimentelTiny            BijayAcharyaTiny
Melissa Sundberg         Marc Pimentel             Bijay Acharya

JessicaZerilloTiny          DavidLucierTiny    
Jessica Zerillo            David Lucier


HMS Fellowship in PS and Quality
CRICO’s Grant Program

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