Congratulations to chief resident Yevginy Vayntrub on his abstract "Appropriate Ordering of Computed Tomography Pulmonary Angiograms to Evaluate for Pulmonary Embolism" which was accepted for presentation at the American Thoracic Society conference. Way to go Yev!
Internal Medicine Resident Graduate Ashley Styczynski MD '15 is in Brazil researching zika virus during her fellowship with CDC in Epidemic Intelligence.
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Aung Myint, PGY-3, was noted to volunteer to sleep near the hospital when he was on backup call during a weekend with a big winter storm coming. His professionalism is exemplary and appreciated by those working with him. Way to be Aung!
Jennifer Schwenk (PGY-1) had her abstract "Sarcoidosis Masquerading as a Pancreatic Malignancy" accepted at the mid-atlantic regional Society of General Internal Medicine meeting. Way to go Jen!
Congratulations to Srikar Kumar (PGY-2) and Christian Geier (PGY-2) on acceptance of their abstract "Will She Recover? A Prolonged Hospitalization for a Comatose Female" to the mid-atlantic regional Society of General Internal Medicine meeting!
Emily Lo (PGY-3) and Aung Myint (PGY-3) had an abstract, "Aggressive Diffuse Large B cell Lymphoma in a newly diagnosed HIV patient presenting with fulminant multisystem complications including a rarely reported tricuspid valve mass" accepted to the SGIM Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting.
Congratulations to Kanika Gupta (PGY-2) and John Tiu (PGY-1) for having their manuscript, "The promising role of nivolumab in renal cell cancers," accepted for publi
During the holiday break, PGY-2 Nawaf Abaalkhail was noted to be a total team player, helping both the call team with admissions and other teams with procedures while he was on medicine consult. We are very proud of the example he is setting in helping his colleagues. Way to go Nawaf!