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“Running a Fever” Program Supports ID Runners

Bill Petri (right), chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases, reports that the division launched a new program in 2015, "Running a Fever," whereby division employees -- faculty, staff, students,…

DOM Employee of the Month: ID’s Pam Schaefer

DOM’s Employee of the Month, Pam Schaefer, is a grants and contract administrator in the Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health – and that’s a division with a LOT…

Fellowship Match for 2016 Graduating IM Residents

The fellowship match for DOM’s 2016 graduating internal medicine residents took place on Wednesday, December 2, 2015. The results are listed below, by area of specialty. Hearty congratulations to all!

New Year, New Possibilities

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday with some time for renewal. On January 4th, I sent out a department-wide email, outlining the department’s key focus areas for 2016. Here’s…

Artificial Pancreas Device Undergoes Clinical Trials, Supported By $12.7 Mill. NIH Grant

Stacey Anderson, MD, and Boris Kovatchev, PhD, co-directors of the Center for Diabetes Technology in the Division of Endocrinology, have been awarded a $12.7 million grant from the NIH's National Institute of…