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Welcome Anugya Poudel Chataut, MD and Gary Gossman, MPAS, PA-C!

Originally from Nepal, Dr. Anugya Poudel-Chataut has just completed her residency training at the John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital (also known as Cook County Hospital, Chicago) an affiliate of Rush University Medical Center where she received outstanding evaluations for the quality of her work as well as her team-based leadership and teaching…

Michelle Rossi, MD, FACP

Michelle Rossi, MD, FACP has become Governor of the Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACP), the national organization of internists. Her term began April 2011 at the ACP annual scientific meeting in New Orleans, LA. A resident of Gainesville, Fl., Dr. Rossi is an Associate Program Director…

Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Dr. Eric Rosenberg and Dr. Rebecca Pauly organized several shadowing experiences between 2nd Year Medical Students and nurses at Shands at UF as part of the Quality and Patient Safety Course. Below is a testimonial of a student describing their experience and thoughts on the interdisciplinary collaboration. “I enjoyed…

2012 SSGIM Poster Presentations

The 2012 Southern Society of General Internal Medicine Meeting poster presentations by the Division of General Internal Medicine was a great success! Three faculty and three residents presented their research at the annual meeting. Dr. Umna Ashfaq and Dr. Laura Lourdes presented their poster on “Unusual Presentation of Breast Cancer.” Dr. Margaret…

The Link Between Disease and Behavior

There are currently about 1.1 million people in the United States living with HIV, but the disease was just emerging 20 years ago when Robert Cook, M.D., M.P.H., was in medical school. While completing his residency in rural Virginia, Cook was struck by the rapidly increasing rate of infection…

New Sunscreen Warnings

Eric I. Rosenberg, MD, Associate Professor and Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Florida speaks to TV20’s David Synder on the new FDA rating system of sunscreens.

An Easy Screen for an Overlooked Disease

Peripheral artery disease affects up to 12% of the U.S. population, but is often under-diagnosed and inadequately treated. A lack of vascular medicine training programs, a paucity of resources and poor awareness of the efficacy of simple treatments all contribute. Yet, according to experts, 95% of cases can…