Skip to main content
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

Read Message from the Chair

What We Do

Faculty Spotlight

See All Faculty

R Kannan Mutharasan

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Cardiology)

My research focuses on delivering optimal health care to patients with heart failure.

Kenzie A Cameron

Research Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics), Medical Education, Medical Social Sciences and Preventive Medicine

Dr. Cameron is a health services researcher who has a background in communication and health behavior theory, with a particular focus on health communication and social influence. Her interests include addressing racial and ethnic disparities, as well as using both quantitative and qualitative methods to increase individuals' use of preventive services such as adult vaccinations and cancer screenings.

Christian G Stevoff

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology)

General gastroenterology

Samuel I Stupp

Professor of McCormick School of Engineering, Medicine (Endocrinology) and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences

Samuel Stupp's research is focused on self-assembly and supramolecular materials with special emphasis in regenerative medicine, organic electronics, solar energy, and cancer therapies.

Tod S Chambers

Associate Professor of Medical Education and Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics)

the rhetoric of bioethics; bioethics theory; cross-cultural issues in clinical ethics

Yacob G Tedla

Research Assistant Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics)

Dr. Tedla is a cardiovascular epidemiologist. His research work focuses on arterial structural and functional abnormalities, with a special emphasis on arterial stiffness and blood pressure variability, and their impact on cardiovascular diseases. He is interested on the use of big electronic health record data to conduct clinical research while leveraging on robust epidemiologic methods and analytical techniques.

Darren V Boyd

Instructor of Medicine (Hospital Medicine)

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine: Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (2016)

Susan S Kim

Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiology)

Dr. Susan Kim is an associate professor of medicine. She is the Director of the Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Clinic. She is also the Director of Cardiac Electrocardiography. Dr. Kim sees patients with heart rhythm disorders including atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter, supraventricular tachycardia, ventricular tachycardia, and bradycardia. Therapies for these rhythm disorders include watchful waiting, medication, catheter ablation, and cardiac implantable electronic devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators. Dr. Kim previously worked as a junior high school mathematics teacher...

Kristi Alicia Tough DeSapri

Assistant Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics) and Obstetrics and Gynecology

As a specialized Women's Health Internist my interests include: Perimenopause, menopause and hormonal therapy; Prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and osteopenia; Contraceptive counseling, Office based gynecologic procedures (colposcopy, IUD, biopsy), preventative medicine and women's cardiovascular health.

Karen M Ridge

Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care) and Cell and Developmental Biology

My research interests focus on the intermediate filaments (IFs), which are cytoskeletal structures that are crucial for maintaining the structural integrity of cells and tissues. In general, my lab focuses on the non-mechanical roles for the IF cytoskeleton such as how IFs regulate cell migration and cell survival, and the mechanisms by which IFs are a scaffold for stress-activated kinases and adaptor proteins. We investigated whether micromechanical forces, such as shear stress and stretch, had an effect on the keratin intermediate filament (IF) network in alveolar epithelial cells. We demons...

Back to top