Rebecca Moore, MD
Undergraduate: Barnard College
Medical School: Tulane University School of Medicine (GHHS)
Rebecca grew up in Framingham, MA. She majored in economics at Barnard College. She received her medical degree from Tulane University where she served as Coordinator of the Healthcare Policy elective, Fundraising Chair for the Student Clinic Council, and helped start the Formerly Incarcerated Transitions clinic, a new primary care clinic for those recently released from prisons across Louisiana. She was drawn to Brown Med-Peds for the encouraging and highly motivated faculty and staff, and has loved training alongside her supportive, fun-loving co-residents while enjoying the beauty of Rhode Island.
She has had an increasing interest in transitions of care for children with complex congenital heart disease. She received the National Med-Peds Residents’ Association’s quality improvement grant to improve rates of pediatric lipid screening at the Medicine Pediatrics Primary Care Clinic, and was invited to give Pediatric Grand Rounds on this topic. She has published work on the inpatient utilization of telemetry and her research has been presented at the NMPRA and national ACP conferences. She has given lectures on pediatric cardiology to two local Physician Assistance programs. In her spare time, she enjoys running, hot yoga, hosting dinner parties, browsing her favorite architecture blogs, and hunting down Rhode Island’s best lobster roll.
Post-residency plans: Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)