Experts
    • Infectious Disease
    • Preventive and Promotive health
    • HIV/AIDS

    Georgina Osorio, MD, MPH is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West Division of Infectious Disease, Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Osorio's research focuses on patient navigation and motivational interviewing in HIV/HCV patient population (Clinical Trials Network).

    • Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
    • Evidence-based medicine
    • Quality Improvement
    • Patient Safety
    • Physician Leadership Development
    • Physician Burnout
    • physician wellbeing
    • medical education
    • endocrinology
    • Neuroendocrinology
    Program Director Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoeniz, Assistant Professor of Medicine at UACOMP, Mayo School of Medicine and Warren Alpert School of Medicine, Brown University. NIH Special researcher
    Program Director Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoeniz, Assistant...
    • Associate Professor of Medicine at The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix

    Ricardo Correa, MD, Es. D, FAPCR, FACE, CMQ is the fellowship director for the endocrinology, diabetes and metabolims program at University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, assistant professor of medicine for UACOMP, Mayo College of Medicine and Creighton University SOM. He is part of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the University and researcher in this area. Also he is editor of Dynamed and outreach unit director of Endotext.org and Thyroid manager.

    He completed his Medical School and Education Master at University of Panama. He completed a research fellowship in Epidemiology and Tropical disease at ICGES in Panama city.   He completed his internal medicine residency at Jackson Memorial hospital-University of Miami program and during his residency he was instructor of Medicine for the UM. In 2012, he was honored with the AOA from the UM. He completed his clinical and research fellowship in endocrinology with special focus in neuroendocrinology and National Institute of Health

    He was trained in EBM at McMaster University in Canada and in Editorial process and OJS by LATINDEX. He is co-director of the Panamanian Cochrane Center and EBM advocate.

    Dr. Correa has been involved in organized medicine since medical school. He has been president of the Latin American Medical Student Association (FELSOCEM), scientific committee chair and vice speaker for the AMA RFS, chair of the CoA for the ACP FC, Board of Trustee of the Maryland Medical Society, National Secretary of the CoA for the NHMA, Regional Vice President of the CIR, Medical Education Officer of JDN-WMA. He has been involve with local, regional and national organization in the area of medical education, leadership and physician wellbeing including the AMA joy in medicine organization, ACGME at different level including the duty hour task force, NBME as part of the board, NBPAS and other organization.

    Dr. Correa has been involved in multiple academic, scientific and educational activities including article Consultant, Interpretation of the Medical Literature Project, NBME, International Committee member of the Committee on publications ethics (COPE), World Association of Medical Editors, Deputy Editor of International Archives of Medicine, Editorial board and peer reviewer of multiple journals including Annals of Public Health, PAHO journal, SGIM journal, “Archivos de Medicine”, Pediatric care, International Journal of Endocrinology, International Journal of Diabetes, International Journal of Clinical Cases and Images, International journal of case reports, etc. Also he is consultant for Latinamerican science center including Bolivia and Panama national science department.

    He is board certified in Medical Quality. He is the author of the book title “Case report: basics and publication”. His research is focus on neuroendocrinology mainly on pituitary and adrenal tumor and new genetic mutations.

    • Infectious Disease
    • Infectious Diseases
    • Quality and Safety
    • Healthcare Epidemiology
    • Improving healthcare delivery
    Physician leader with expertise in healthcare delivery improvement, healthcare epidemiology, quality and safety, and infectious diseases. 
    Physician leader with expertise in healthcare delivery improvement, healthcare epidemiology, quality and safety, and infectious...
    • Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

    Dr. Sreeramoju is an Associate Professor of Medicine-Infectious Diseases at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She is passionate about improving healthcare delivery through improving the reliability of care as well as using innovative methods. She has previously served as Medical Director Clinical Finance at UT Southwestern, Chief of Infection Prevention at Parkland Health and Hospital System, and Medical Director of Infection Control at UT Health San Antonio. She received formal training in internal medicine, infectious diseases, and epidemiology and healthcare organizational leadership. She has been recognized at UT Southwestern for mentoring, teaching and research. She has been named as one of the ‘Top 50 leaders in Patient Safety in 2015’ by Becker’s Hospital Review, and she was the recipient of Judene Bartley Award for Public Policy and Advocacy jointly awarded by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America and the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology in 2015. She is a Fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America. She is the lead editor of book, "The Patient and Health Care System: Perspectives on High-Quality Care." She is also an active blogger. Her blog "The Healthcare Pracademic" is available at http://www.pranavimd.com/. 

     

     

    • Cardiovascular Disease
    • Medical Education
    • Acute Coronary Syndrome
    • Cardiovascular Disease
    Professor and Vice Chair for Education, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Professor and Vice Chair for Education, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    • Professor and Vice Chair for Education, Department of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    Dr. McPherson is Vice Chair for Education and Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.  A graduate of the UCLA School of Medicine, Dr. McPherson completed his residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and completed fellowships in cardiovascular medicine and interventional cardiology at the University of Virginia. Following his training, Dr. McPherson served as Director of Interventional Research for the Tennessee Cardiovascular Research Institute.  He joined the faculty at Vanderbilt in 2006 and served as the Medical Director of the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit before assuming the role of Program Director and Vice Chair for Education. As a clinical cardiologist, Dr. McPherson’s academic interests have focused on critical care cardiology, emerging interventional therapies, and medical education. He is an author or coauthor on more than 80 peer-reviewed publications. Dr. McPherson has served on the Educational Oversight Committee for the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the Education Committee of the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine. He is currently a member of the ACC Curriculum Design Committee and Associate Editor of the ACC’s Self-Assessment Program (ACCSAP).

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