Dr. Richard Wardrop, III has been selected to serve on the Internal Medicine Board of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and as a member of the ACP Education Committee.
Learn more about PGY-3 Dr. Jadeline Anyumba-Mitema. She was born and raised in Mombasa, Kenya and is set to graduate from Internal Medicine residency in
Learn more about Brandon Brousse, PGY-4 fellow in Digestive Diseases. Brandon is originally from Metairie, LA and attended Louisiana State University for undergrad and medical school. He then completed internal medicine residency at UMMC.
The internal medicine and medicine-pediatrics programs had another successful year in the Match! The Department of Medicine is proud to welcome 37 new residents for the 2020-2021 academic year. The incoming intern class represents 16 medical schools spanning across the globe. Read more for a complete listing.
The Department of Medicine considers teaching excellence an important mission. Congratulations to our many faculty and residents who have recently been selected for various teaching awards throughout the campus. Read more for full listing, including Trailblazer Awards, Nelson C. Order of Teaching Excellence, AOA awards, and Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Awards.
There is no doubt that these are un-unprecedented times. Feelings of uncertainty and fear can certainly creep in during many moments in the day, even when amongst your peers and colleagues.
The UMMC Office of Wellbeing is here to support all of us and there are a variety of resources to support you in place. In our collective experience, we have all gone through difficult times as individuals. Many of us, have not however, faced anything like what we are experiencing as part of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Myrna Alexander Nickens, Vice Chair of Diversity and Inclusion for the Department of Medicine, writes about being intentional in our efforts towards both diversity and inclusion in the department.
Congratulations to many members of the Department who were recognized at the Pillars’ Awards ceremony earlier this month. The Pillars’ Recognition of Service and Inclusive
Dr. Savannah Duckworth, Assistant Professor in General Medicine and Hypertension, was accepted into the Society of General Internal Medicine’s prestigious TEACH (Teaching Educators Across the Continuum of Healthcare) program.
Internal Medicine Board Review Course – July 15-18, 2020.
For more details, visit http://www.umc.edu/boardreview
Here we talk with Dr. Pinky Chugani, PGY-IV in Medicine-Pediatrics about her experience at UMMC, favorite hobby, and small things that make her day better.
Dr. Pegah Hosseini-Carroll, Assistant Professor of Digestive Diseases, has been on faculty for 4 years and serves as the Associate Program Director of the Fellowship