I hope everyone is doing well as we head into the last month of the academic year. This is an exciting time of the year to celebrate our residents and fellows who will be graduating and moving on to the next stage of their careers. In addition, we will soon welcome new trainees and share in their excitement, enthusiasm, and anxieties. We are so fortunate that we attract the very best trainees to our programs, and remember to thank your program directors for their outstanding leadership day after day.
This month we highlight the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and its many subdivisions which are led by Dr. Christopher Kramer. The Division has a long history of excellence in all of its missions. As you will read about, this tradition continues and has been expanded in recent years with programs in Women’s Health and Personalized Medicine (among many others). One of the reasons for this newsletter is to highlight people and programs and create awareness for our community regarding the depth and breadth of our Department and faculty and staff. This is so true with this Division, where their reach is so broad and impactful and their excellence so pervasive. Congratulations to the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Dr. Kramer, and the entire faculty and staff.
With best wishes,
Mitchell H. Rosner, MD, MACP
Henry B. Mulholland Professor of Medicine
Chair, Department of Medicine
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