Research and Simulation
"As academic medicine rapidly evolves in the 21st Century, our department focuses on excelling in the delivery of traditional responsibilities in innovative ways. We recruit and train exceptional students, residents, and fellows in an environment of discovery and innovation. We encourage and support collaboration to advance the novel investigations of the cause and treatment of human disease. We provide compassionate clinical services through evidence-based care emphasizing excellence in quality, patient satisfaction, and outcomes. As one of the nation's leading Departments of Medicine, we recognize and embrace our responsibility to impact human health throughout the world."
Department of Medicine
- Getting started: Step-by-step guide
- Sign up for the Annual Simulator-Base Procedure Course (scroll down to September 20 for the registration options)
- Submit your research paper or oral presentation to our database
- Research Rotation description
- Questions? Contact Dr. Aashish Didwania
Going to a meeting?
- Goldberg Travel Grant Application
The form should include documentation of abstract acceptance with Dr. Didwania's signature. Socorro Esparza is your primary contact.
- Goldberg Travel Grant Announcement
- Expense Policy
NOTE: Food expense is only reimbursable under the Goldberg Travel Grant. DOM may choose to contribute to cover meeting registration, flight and/or hotel up to $750 max per person, over 3 years.
- Meeting/Travel Award Deadlines - arranged by Specialty and Month
- The future of translational research in pulmonary medicine: an interview with James Kiley, PhD conducted by Benjamin Singer, MD
Randy Orr and faculty member, Dr. Lewis Smith, present their poster “Necrotizing Sarcoid Granulomatosis Mimicking Acute Pulmonary Embolism” at the American Thoracic Society conference in Denver, CO.
Our innovative ACLS Simulator course has not only allowed our residents to be better trained and prepared for code situations, but has also generated novel data demonstrating the effectiveness of this method. “No matter how smoothly you can rattle off the ACLS algorithms, there's nothing quite like running into a patient's room as the code leader and having to assert what the next move should be...the chance to practice that humbling moment in the simulation lab has been invaluable" Emily Diederich, MD. ...read more