Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Department of Medicine

Department of Medicine

About Us

Dedicated to the future of care

The Department of Medicine provides residents with a thorough, broad-based education while giving patients individualized care through Feinberg-affiliated hospitals and care sites and conducting high-level basic and clinical research through our 12 specialized internal medicine divisions.

“As with everything we do, whether at the bedside, in the classroom or in the laboratory, we are constantly striving for excellence.”

Douglas E. Vaughan, MD

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Jeffrey A Linder, MD, MPH

Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics)

Jeffrey A. Linder, MD, MPH, FACP is a general internist and primary care clinician-investigator. Dr. Linder is the Michael A. Gertz Professor of Medicine and the Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. Dr. Linder received his medical degree from Northwestern University School of Medicine, did a Fellowship in General Medicine and Primary Care at Massachusetts General Hospital, and has a Masters of Public Health degree from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.

Anthony J Pick, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology)

My major focus and passion is as a clinician and educator. I practice comprehensive adult endocrinology.I strive for outstanding, evidence-based, compassionate, thorough and empathetic care. Particular areas of interest include diabetes, obesity, hyperlipidemia, osteoporosis, pituitary and adrenal disorders. It is a privilege to take care of patients with endocrine disorders as best I know how. I enjoy the challenge of staying current with the science, applying and incorporating new and creative strategies.

Nirmala Gonsalves, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology)

Eosinophilic esophagitis, eosinophilic gastrointestinal disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease, esophageal disorders, food allergy and gastrointestinal disease, celiac disease, general gastroenterology

Yashpal S Kanwar, MD, PhD

Professor of Pathology and Medicine (Nephrology and Hypertension)

Diagnostic immunology and Renal pathology

Donald M Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM

Professor of Preventive Medicine (Epidemiology) and Medicine (Cardiology)

Dr. Lloyd-Jones’ research interests lie in cardiovascular disease epidemiology, risk estimation, and prevention. A main focus of his research has been investigation of the lifetime risks for various cardiovascular diseases, and factors which modify those risks. Other areas of interest include CVD risk estimation using novel biomarkers, imaging of subclinical atherosclerosis, and the epidemiology of hypertension. His clinical and teaching interests lie in general cardiology, with a focus on prevention.

Stuart Rich, MD

Professor of Medicine (Cardiology)

Dr. Rich has a career interest in understanding the causes and treatments of pulmonary hypertension. He was principle investigator for the NIH Registry on Primary Pulmonary Hypertension, the first of its kind, and has been the leader of the largest clinical center in the USA for evaluating and treating patients with pulmonary hypertension since 1980. Dr. Rich has conducted pioneering research on the molecular mechanisms, epidemiology, clinical presentation, natural history and treatments of the disease. This knowledge has lead to the discovery of more effective treatments for pulmonary hyperte...

Joshua M Lennon, MD

Instructor of Medicine (Hospital Medicine) and Pediatrics

I am trained in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. My interests involve hospital based medical care in both populations. I also have a strong interest in community based neonatal care. I am involved in medical education with medical and physician assistant students.

Richard Green, MD

Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology)

Hepatology (liver)

Ai P Lam, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care)

We are interested in understanding how the lung responds to injury and the process of normal healing, in order to develop novel therapies for treating patients with pulmonary fibrosis and similar types of lung disease.

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