About our Student Programs
Doctors of internal medicine are adult medicine specialists. The different specialties in internal medicine include cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, general internal medicine, hematology, hospital medicine, human genetics, infectious diseases, nephrology, oncology, palliative care, pulmonary and critical care medicine and rheumatology.
In today's complex medical environment, internists take pride in caring for their patients for life – in the office or clinic, during hospitalization and intensive care and in nursing homes. Taken from http://www.acponline.org.
- Length of residency training for internal medicine physicians is three years
- Match: NRMP
- Application service: ERAS
Internal Medicine Core Liaisons
- Cardiology: Jim Liu, MD
- Dermatology: Jessica Kaffenberger, MD
- Endocrinology: Shumei Meng, MBBS, PhD
- Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition: Sheryl Pfeil, MD
- General Internal Medicine: Corina Ungureanu, MD
- Hematology: Katherine Walsh, MD
- Hospital Medicine: Kristen Lewis, MD
- Human Genetics: Dawn Allain, LGC
- Oncology: Erin Bertino, MD
- Infectious Disease: Christina Liscynesky, MD
- Nephrology: Alejandro Diez, MD
- Palliative Care: Kavitha Norton, MD
- Pulmonary and Critical Care: Sarah Tapyrik, MD
- Rheumatology: Sheryl Mascarenhas, MD
Internal Medicine Interest Group (IMIG)
IMIG is a student-led interest group for all medical students interested in a career in internal medicine. IMIG is dedicated to all students who have an interest in the wide-ranging field of internal medicine. Throughout the year, IMIG hosts a variety of workshops and discussions to give students a better understanding of and appreciation for both general internal medicine and internal medicine subspecialties.
Faculty Director: Yvonne Efebera, MD