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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What We Do

Faculty Spotlight

Benjamin D Singer

Associate Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care) and Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

I am a physician-scientist specializing in pulmonary and critical care medicine as well as internal medicine. I received an MD from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, where I also completed residency and chief residency in internal medicine. I then undertook fellowship training in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine before returning to Northwestern as a faculty member in 2015.

Daniel A Hidaka

Clinical Instructor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine)

I am a primary care provider specializing in internal medicine. I am currently only accepting patients in a retainer practice based model, also referred to as "concierge medicine." My goal is to develop long-term relationships with patients in order to focus on their comprehensive medical care, while emphasizing ownership of the patient as a whole. In this model of care, I am able to offer extended visit time with each patient with increased availability and accessibility. I offer same day or next day appointments, email, text and cell phone communication as well as routinely visiting my hospi...

Thomas L Pitts

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology)

Research efforts have centered on diabetes detection and management including participation the diabetes prevention trial, Phase 3 and 4 efficacy trials for diabetes treatment.

Whitney W Stevens

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Allergy and Immunology) and Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Whitney W. Stevens MD, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine. She completed her bachelor and masters training at Johns Hopkins University. She graduated from the University of Virginia’s Medical Scientist Training Program with both a PhD in Microbiology/Immunology and a MD. Finally, she completed her Residency in Internal Medicine and her Fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine as part of the Physician Scientist Training Program.

Ramon Lorenzo Redondo

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases)

My work focuses on viral evolution and the interaction between viruses and the host during infection. My main interests are RNA viruses, specially HIV-1, evolutionary biology, and genomics. The ultimate goal of my research is to understand the virus-host system and its evolutionary properties in order to develop the best treatments and prevention strategies for human viral infections.

David T Liss

Research Associate Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine)

My program of research seeks to test and evaluate new models of team-based, high-value primary care delivery.

David Kamp

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

1. Clinical interests: • interstitial lung disease • copd / asthma • dyspnea • drug-induced lung disease 2. Research interests • Mechanism of alveolar epithelial cell injury: role of iron-derived free radicals, mitochondrial dysfunction and mitochondrial DNA damage • Asbestos and airborne particulate matter

Elizabeth M McNally

Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) and Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

As a physician and scientist, I am keenly interested in bringing the benefits of research discovery to the practice of medicine. I am a human geneticist and cardiologist. My clinical and research interests are in the genetics of cardiovascular and neuromuscular disorders.