Cyndie Hatcher, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Pediatrics
Ambulatory Care Services

MD, Harvard Medical School
MPH, Harvard School of Public Health

Cyndie Hatcher, MD is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in Ambulatory Care Services at the Boston University School of Medicine. During her undergraduate years at Duke University, she received research fellowships from the university and Goldman Sachs. Dr. Hatcher was also inducted in two honors societies for chemistry majors. After completing her MPH, she was named a Millennium Health Leader by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and was recently a Gold Humanism Honor Society Inductee.

2017 Gold Humanism Honor Society: Honored Member
2013 Center for Disease Control and Prevention: Millennium Health Leader
2006 Stephenson Pope Babcock Scholarship Recipient

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  1. Seraphin C, Lieberman, G . A 4 year old with hip pain: Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease. Lieberman’s eRadiology Learning Lab. Cambridge. 2011. View Publication
  2. Truong, N., Sauer, S.J., Seraphin-Hatcher, C., Coltart, D.M. Direct carbon–carbon bond formation via reductive soft enolization: a syn-selective Mannich addition of a-iodo thioesters. Org. Biomol. Chem. 2008; 7864-7868.

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