The Class of 2018 Pulmonary Training Fund endowment was established by Dr. Bobby Tullos with a generous gift of $30,000. It is for the Department of Medicine’s Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, for the purpose of training pulmonary fellows in the area of advanced airway management, ultrasound, bronchoscopy procedures, and other specialized pulmonary medical care. The fund will also support pulmonary fellows who attend courses that are not available at UMMC facilities.
Learn more about Dr. Clark Cutrer, PGY-V in Hematology and Oncology. Dr. Cutrer shares about his favorite band, love for UMMC, and he and his wife’s upcoming Halloween baby!
We welcomed 56 interns and 26 fellows to the Department of Medicine this month. This includes 25 categorical, 2 primary care, 5 medicine-pediatrics, and 24 additional preliminary or rotating interns who will spend anywhere from 6-12 months in the Department.
Welcome all to the Department of Medicine!
Dr. Hassan Cheema, PGY-VI fellow in Pulmonary and Critical Care, shares about himself and his time at UMMC.
Congratulations to all the residents and fellows who received awards this year and best of luck to all graduating and moving on either in their training or into practice!
Dr. Catherine Lowe, PGY-5 in Cardiology, was selected for the “Emerging Star” Award by UMMC’s Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS).
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.
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.
Internal Medicine Board Review Course – July 15-18, 2020.
For more details, visit http://www.umc.edu/boardreview
Drs. Sumana and Keerthi Reddy, sisters and current fellows in Allergy and Immunology, share their stories about their separate paths for medical training and how
Read a few 2020 New Year’s Resolutions from across the Department….
Dr. Nick Chamberlain, PGY-IV fellow in Infectious Diseases, shares about his love for infectious diseases, UMMC, and Kobe Bryant. What do you like most about