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Progress Notes: The Department of Internal Medicine Newsletter
Progress Notes, our newsletter, highlights clinical, educational, research and quality improvement accomplishments, as well as events, employee news and honors.
Department Chair: Patricia J. Sime, M.D.
An innovative curriculum aims to promote cultural awareness and teach residents to better understand health disparities and equity in their practice. Learn how the program is integral to the department’s mission.
Over the last 10 years, the Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program has expanded in both size and scope to meet an increased need for providers and develop talented physician-scientists. Read how the program is training fellows for careers in both private practice and academia.
To Rwanda and beyond
For the past year, Dennis Hopkinson, M.D., H'18, has been researching sepsis and heart attacks with doctors and collaborators in Kigali, Rwanda—all from 7,000 miles away. Now, he’s heading to Durham, North Carolina, for a fellowship at Duke University.Read more