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Anthony Lewis, MD is originally from Lubbock, TX. He graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. Following this, he attended the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine where he earned his MD. He is currently a general surgery resident at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, PA, and is currently in the third year of a research fellowship. His clinical interests include general surgery, trauma, critical care, and acute care surgery. His research interests include development of novel therapies in the treatment of sepsis and hemorrhagic shock, with a special interest in translation of pre-clinical model findings to the clinical realm. Following residency and research training he plans to pursue a clinical fellowship in surgical critical care.
Shannon Martin MD MS is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of Hospital Medicine at the University of Chicago. She completed her medical degree at the University of Missouri School of Medicine, and is a graduate of the internal medicine residency program at the University of Chicago. Following residency, she completed a dual fellowship as a Hospitalist Scholar and in the Medical Education Research, Innovation, Teaching and Scholarship (MERITS) program while earning her Master's Degree in Health Studies. Her clinical interests are in general internal medicine in hosptialized patients, as well as perioperative consultative medicine.
Dr. Martin serves as Associate Program Director for the University of Chicago Internal Medicine Residency program. She also co-directs the GME Scholars Track in Medical Education at the University of Chicago, a longitudinal track for residents from all specialties interested in pursuing careers as clinician educators. Her academic focus is on assessment in graduate medical education, clinical supervision in residency training, and improving trainee communication skills in consultative medicine. Her scholarly work has been published in Academic Medicine, the American Journal of Medicine, and the Journal of Hospital Medicine, and she has presented at multiple regional and national conferences, including the Society for Hospital Medicine, the Society of General Internal Medicine, and the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Dr. Keme Carter obtained her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Vanderbilt University and her medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in Emergency Medicine at the University of Chicago Medical Center, where she also served as a chief resident. She subsequently stayed as a faculty member, and is currently the Director of Undergraduate Medical Education for the Section of Emergency Medicine and the Director of the Emergency Medicine Clerkship. Most recently, she was named as a Junior Faculty Scholar in the Bucksbaum Institute for Clinical Excellence and has been appointed as the Assistant Dean for Admissions at the Pritzker School of Medicine. As the Assistant Dean for Admissions, she takes on many roles in the support and recruitment of prospective medical students and work closely with the Admissions team to assemble Pritzker School of Medicine classes.
Dr. Carter’s teaching skills are well-recognized by her peers, trainees, and students. She has been inducted as a fellow in the University of Chicago Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators, has been the recipient of the Biological Science Division Distinguished Educator/Mentor Junior Award for Excellence in Clinical Education, and has received numerous clinical teaching awards. At a national level, she has been served in leadership positions in the Academy of Women in Academic Emergency Medicine and in the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine. Her research interest is focused on the optimization of communication practices within the Emergency Department and hospital-based services.
I went to medical school at the University of Minnesota and completed internal medicine residency at Hennepin County Medical Center. I am passionate about the care of diabetics and am currently researching U-500 insulin. I also have an interest in health informatics and technology. In conjuction with one of my peers in the fellowship program, Dr. Tyler Drake, I have published an iOS application called the "Resident Intern Endocrinology Companion" available on iTunes which I encourage you to download!
Vascular and interventional radiologist at the University of Minnesota Medical Center.
My main interests in research include embolotherapy (ranging from embolic materials, biomechanics, physiology and clinical outcomes) as well as peripheral arterial and venous diseases. I am very eager to learn more about vascular biology.
Yader Sandoval is an Interventional Cardiology Fellow at the Minneapolis Heart Institute, Abbott Northwestern Hospital (ANW) and Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He completed his Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at HCMC/ANW, where he served as a Chief Cardiology Fellow; and completed his Internal Medicine residency at HCMC, where he was recognized for "outstanding teaching in medical education and patient care" with the Morris Davidman Resident Teaching Award. Dr. Sandoval is a co investigator at the Cardiac Biomarker Trials Laboratory, Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation, where his research focus has been centered on the use of cardiac troponin (cTn) to characterize the pathobiology of acute myocardial infarction and cardiac injury. His research has been presented at multiple national conferences and includes several publications in recognized peer-reviewed journals.
Dr. Avin Aggarwal, MD is currently Gastroenterology fellow at University of Arizona, Tucson. He has completed his residency at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN. He has also completed one year Transplant Hepatology fellowship at Stanford University.