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Message from the Chair – May 2021

I hope that everyone is doing well and enjoying the wonderful spring weather. It is fitting that we focus on the Division of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology this month since…

Medicine Matter Newsletter – May 2021

In this month's Medicine Matters we highlight the Division of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology, as well as the many achievements, research items, and personal profiles of our faculty and staff. Please…

Message from the Chair – March 2021

This month, our newsletter focuses on a few of the many activities that the Department has led during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is difficult to believe that one year later,…

Medicine Matters Newsletter – March 2021

The March 2021 Medicine Matters Newsletter focuses on a few of the many activities that the Department has led during the COVID-19 pandemic. We welcome your feedback and continued updates,…

Endocrinology & Metabolism Staff Profile – Cheri Chaney

Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am the youngest of six children. I was born in our family physician’s office in Ripley, West Virginia. There wasn’t a hospital…

Infectious Diseases Faculty Profile – Elizabeth Rogawski

I have been at UVA since July 2015, after graduating with my PhD in epidemiology from UNC-Chapel Hill. I started as a post-doctoral fellow in the Center for Global Health.…

Infectious Diseases Faculty Profile – Greg Madden

What brought you to Charlottesville? I am a proud double-Hoo, having attended UVA for Medical School and Infectious Diseases Fellowship. I was born in Annapolis, Maryland, and grew up on…

Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health Annual Update & Feature – January 2021

COVID EFFORTS AND ITEMS OF NOTE • Drs. Sifri, Jackson, Bell, Mathers, Platts-Mills, Donowitz, Muto, McManus, Hogan, Enfield, and Madden have staffed the Hospital Epidemiologist/COVID pager 24/7 since March 11…

Message from the Chair – January 2021

I hope that everyone had a great holiday and was able to take some time off from the stresses of the pandemic world. This month it is fitting that we…