BWH Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine
About Us:

Our Residents

Jocelyn Streid, chief resident

Hometown: St Louis, MO
Undergraduate: Duke University
Medical School: Harvard Medical School

Jocelyn Streid, MD, MPP
Chief Resident

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Dr. Jocelyn Streid is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. She graduated from Duke University in 2013 as an English major and a Robertson Scholar. After graduation, she spent a year conducting pediatric end-of-life care research in Malaysia as a Hart Fellow. She then returned to North Carolina to work at the Resource Center for Women & Ministry in the South, a non-profit devoted to spirituality, feminism, and social justice. Afterward, she obtained her MD at Harvard Medical School as a Schwartz Center Compassion Scholar. She also received her Master’s in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, as a Dubin Fellow. Jocelyn’s research is in shared decision-making, serious illness communication, and goal concordance among patients in the perioperative period. A future pain physician, she is particularly invested in expanding access to pain medicine and palliative care, especially among marginalized populations. Through research and advocacy, she hopes to contribute to structural reform designed to improve the care we offer our sickest patients. A former chaplain-in-training, Jocelyn is also interested in the intersections among spirituality, theology, and medicine. Outside the hospital, she loves reading, writing, and trying to grow as many tomatoes as possible in her garden.

Chris Richey

Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO
Undergraduate: University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Medical School: Harvard Medical School

Chris Richey, MD
Chief Resident

Pronouns: he/him/his

Dr. Chris Richey received his B.S. degree from the University of Colorado before attending Harvard Medical School. Chris was drawn to the opportunity to be a chief resident based on past leadership experiences. While attending the University of Colorado, Chris founded a non-profit organization that builds playgrounds for underserved communities. He also held positions in the student government, established the pre-health society, and worked with the University of Colorado School of Medicine to develop a week-long immersive curriculum to help medical students better understand the challenges faced by those experiencing poverty. As a chief resident, Chris enjoys working with the other residents and the program leadership to help create an amazing learning environment that allows residents to become excellent clinicians and fosters inclusion and camaraderie. Outside of work, Chris enjoys working on cars, running along the Boston Esplanade, and watching football with his residency classmates.

Sarah Boden, chief resident

Hometown: California, KY
Undergraduate College: University of Kentucky
Medical School: University of Kentucky

Sarah Boden, MD, PharmD
Chief Resident

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Dr. Sarah Boden is from California and Kentucky, and was a lifelong Kentuckian before moving to Boston. Sarah completed her undergraduate, pharmacy, and medical school degrees at the University of Kentucky. She fell in love with the Brigham and Boston during the interview season where couples-matched with her husband (a surgery resident).  She thinks of Brigham as family, and she has met lifelong friends and colleagues. Being a chief resident allows Sarah to be a voice for the residents and implement change to improve our residency program. In her free time, Sarah enjoys taking walks with her corgi Chase, tending to her box garden and saltwater reef aquarium, and one day, she hopes to return to riding and showing horses. 

PGY-1 (Class of '27)

PGY-2 / CA-1 (Class of '26)

CA-2 (Class of '25)

CA-3 (Class of '24)