Bryce Parent is a graduate of Georgetown School of Medicine and St. Peter Family Medicine Residency. He served the Chehalis Tribe in primary care, served at the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community didgʷálič Wellness Center, and served at HarborCrest in inpatient withdrawal and addiction treatment. He was inspired to practice addiction medicine by patients' own stories of transforming their lives and their relationships with their family and community. He is glad to be learning from the region's leaders in addiction treatment at the University of Washington Addiction Medicine Fellowship. Outside of work some of his interests include bicycling, backpacking, kayaking, and mindfulness.
Mary Davies completed medical school at Columbia University in New York City. She was privileged to spend four years with the Columbia University Harm Reduction Clinic, which offers clinical care in conjunction with a local harm reduction organization. She moved to Seattle to join the UW Internal Medicine Residency, with a focus on primary care. Her professional interests center around providing interdisciplinary, harm-reduction-oriented care outside of traditional clinic structures. In her off time, she feels lucky to hike, climb, bike, and paddle through this beautiful part of the world, alongside her partner and elderly cat.
Jesse Davis is a graduate of American University of Integrative Sciences School of Medicine and Creighton University Internal Medicine Residency. Before starting his residency he spent a year working as an overdose prevention worker at one of the few safe injection sites in North America. There, he saw firsthand the complexity of substance use disorder and the overwhelming benefit of harm reduction models. In residency, he became focused on the treatment of an extensive range of medical conditions associated with substance use disorders. His clinical interests include evidence-based treatments for opioid and alcohol use disorder in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. He is a strong advocate for the elimination of the perceived stigma surrounding substance use disorder. Away from work, he attempts to keep up with his young daughter and enjoys spending time with his wife and friends.
Inderbir Gohalwar - Bio coming soon!
Samuel Mannarino graduated from medical school in New Orleans and completed residency in internal medicine in San Francisco. In caring for patients throughout residency, he recognized how prevalent and under treated substance use disorders are in the hospital. He learned the transformational impact that comprehensive addiction medicine can have on the treating patients who use substances. His clinical interests include introducing addiction medicine in the hospital and transitions of care. He looks forward to learning from the vibrant diverse communities of Seattle and exploring the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.