“My own path in medicine has been bolstered by HPREP and other programs like it at later stages of my training and career,” says Dr. Peña.
Medical students are afforded the opportunity of talking with seniors about all aspects of their lives, from physical and psychological challenges, to social activities and interpersonal relationships.
Medical students got to participate in mock residency interviews, meet top experts in a wide range of medical fields, and learn about the career paths of former Weill Cornell residents.
Dr. Rock G. Positano has authored a new book targeted to medical professionals in the field of foot and ankle orthopedics and medicine. The new book is part of a highly successful “Pocket Series” of medical specialty notebooks.
Dr. Gudi will oversee a broad range of training programs and will work closely with the Department to advance its educational mission in furthering faculty development.
The internship program has been designed to provide interns with exposure to a top academic medical center where patient care, education, and research is the ongoing focus.
Dr. Choi reviewed topics ranging from H1B visas, travel restrictions and the “dreamers,” to a predicted shortfall of 120,000 physicians in the U.S. by 2030.
Initiated in 2002, the award is given to fellows within the Weill Department of Medicine who have performed outstanding research. This year's finalists were presented at Medicine Grand Rounds on June 20.
The award encourages medical residents to continue their investigative research in internal medicine. Each year, senior medical residents submit research abstracts, and finalists are chosen to present their work during medical grand rounds.
On May 23, 2018, WDOM hosted graduation events for QUDoM Class of 2018, beginning with presentations of their quality improvement research projects at Grand Rounds.