Get to know Dr. Zachary Field, PGY-IV fellow in Digestive Diseases. Here, Dr. Field shares with us his path to medicine and Mississippi.
Dr. Sarah Glover, Professor and Division Director of Digestive Diseases, has been awarded a National Institutes of Health Research Project (R01) Grant to study the innate and adaptive immune responses of the nasal and gingival epithelium in SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination.
Drs. Pegah Hosseini-Carroll and Michael McMullan are both serving as Medical Student Research Program mentors. They both began as summer research mentors to rising M2 medical students, but have each taken on the responsibility of mentoring an M2 student on a biomedical research project through the remainder of their medical school career.
Congratulations to the many trainees and faculty who presented or presided at the Southern Regional Meeting and Southern Society of General Internal Medicine meetings last month in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Dr. Abdallah “Abe” Abdallah, PGY-4 fellow in Digestive Diseases, shares his path to medicine and about his love of hiking, Latin dancing, and UMMC.
Announcing the Department of Medicine Impact Report, a comprehensive view of the department over the past few years. Inside, you’ll find examples of some of the wonderful work being done by our outstanding faculty and trainees, innovations in each realm of our tripartite mission, and metrics of growth in our clinical and research activities.
Congratulations to all who matched into the department’s fellowship programs this month! Nine fellowships matched 23 residents who will begin their fellowships in July 2022.
Sarah Glover and colleagues receive $2.99 million grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. The project, entitled “A Global Pediatric Cell Atlas of Nasal and Oral Mucosa” seeks to understand the nasopharyngeal and oral mucosa in children living within globally representative communities.
Congratulations and thanks to these faculty members selected as Medical Student Research Program (MSRP) Summer of Research Mentors!
Dr. Pegah Hosseini-Carroll
Dr. Michael Hall
Dr. Gailen Marshall
Dr. Michael McMullan
ivision of Digestive Diseases provides outstanding care to those with gastroenterology and hepatology-related diseases. Dr. Sarah Glover, Professor and Division Director, has bolstered the division’s research mission with her distinguished work in hereditary alpha tryptasemia syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease and most recently, COVID-19 and immunity.
Congratulations to all awardees who were recognized at Resident and Fellow graduations!
Intern of the Year: Raina Muthukumaru
Resident of the Year: Samer Mehio
Spirit of the Program: Anna Carr & Amor Royer
Fellow of the Year: Paul Dotherow
A native of Mississippi, Dr. Paul Dotherow is a PGY-4 Gastroenterology and Hepatology fellow in the Division of Digestive Diseases. Here, Dr. Dotherow shares about his hero, love of UMMC, and life with two cats.