About Me: I'm a Texan originally but made it out for a new adventure to the West Coast. I decided to pursue internal medicine because of its challenging and exciting nature. I love that I've been able to care for some of my patients for almost three years now!
Why I Chose UC San Diego: UC San Diego has afforded me the opportunities of a top-notch training program with meaningful mentorship and camaraderie. The combination of the people you train alongside with, the places you get to practice at, and the patients you serve is tough to beat!
Favorite Place in San Diego: Torrey Pines State Beach has quickly become one of my favorite places. Even on a day off or before a long shift, it's nice to catch the ocean view, walk along the beach, and grab a taco.
Best Part of Living in San Diego: The weather and accessibility hands-down. I can easily get to where I need to be for training and still enjoy a temperate climate all year round. San Diego has the assets of a large city but still is very manageable.
Career Plans: Rheumatology, Quality Improvement/Patient Safety.
Announcing UCSD IM Chief Residents 2018-19!
Please join us in congratulating the next generation of chief residents who will be leading our program during the 2018-19 Academic year! They have generously agreed to dedicate another year of their life to helping our program. They are:
- Shannon Devlin
- Kevin Eng
- Paulette Gabbai-Saldate
- Jean Guan
- Joe Meserve
- Jack Temple (VA Chief Resident in Quality & Safety)
We are so grateful to them!
Dr. Castellanos: New Director of Diversity in Medicine
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Luis R. Castellanos, MD, MPH as Director of Diversity in Medicine and Faculty Outreach for the UCSD Department of Medicine. Dr. Castellanos is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Cardiology. In his new role, he will work to promote the recruitment, retention and advancement of diverse medical professionals, including internal medicine residents and faculty, from underrepresented in medicine minority (URM) groups within the Department of Medicine. Dr. Castellanos has demonstrated a sustained commitment to the critical mission of improving diversity and promoting inclusion in the medical field in order to better serve the members of our diverse community.
Dr. Castellanos graduated from UC Davis summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, with a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry and earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He first joined UCSD as an Internal Medicine resident in 2003. He was then completed a prestigious Fellowship in Minority Health Policy at Harvard University/Commonwealth Fund Program, obtaining a Master's in Public Health with an emphasis in Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Castellanos subsequently completed a fellowship in cardiovascular medicine at UC Davis where he was selected as the Chief Research Fellow for his involvement in clinical research that addressed vulnerable populations. He joined the faculty at UCSD in 2010. As part of his clinical service, Dr. Castellanos travels to the Imperial Valley to provide cardiac care to underserved populations from El Centro, Brawley and neighboring communities.
Dr. Castellanos' research focuses on health outcomes and inequities involving racial and ethnic minority groups. He has co-authored peer-reviewed articles in the American Journal of Cardiology and the Journal of Cardiac Failure. Dr. Castellanos was awarded a research grant from the Clinical and Translation Research Institute to study the effectiveness of a home-based cardiac rehabilitation program in patients with coronary heart disease who live in rural communities. He has been invited to present his research at national conferences such as the American Heart Association and the National Hispanic Medical Association annual meetings where he has been a strong advocate for improving cardiovascular heath of vulnerable populations.
Dr. Castellanos has been recognized by the UCSD Clinical Advancement and Recognition of Excellence in Service and received the National Center for Leadership in Academic Medicine Award in 2013. Most recently, Dr. Castellanos was selected as a UCSD LEAD (Leaders for Equity, Advancement and Diversity) Fellow.
This Year's Fellowship Program Match Results Are In
Our residency program graduates have matched to major fellowship programs across the United States as well as here in San Diego. The December 2016 results:
- Meghan Garcia - National Jewish, Denver
- Christine Rukasin - Vanderbilt
- Trisha Sharma - UC Irvine
- Neil Beri - UC Davis
- Roxana Ghashghaei - UC Irvine
- Calvin Hang - UCSD
- Misha Narezkin - Houston Methodist
- Thomas Prohaska - UCSD
- Darrin Wong - UCSD
- Miriam Jacobs - Washington University
- Ahnika Kline - National Institutes of Health
- Thomas Martin - UCSD
- Katya Prakash - UCSD
- Stephen Rawlings - UCSD
CDC-Epidemic Intelligence Service
- Vishar Amin - UT Southwestern
- Caitlin Dockweiler - UCSD
- Emily Martin - UCSD
- Tammy Rubenzik - UCSD
Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine
- Ryan Anderson - Stanford
- Bita Ghafouri - Stanford
- Jisha Joshua - UCSD
- Alex Kassar - Cedars Sinai
- Mazen Odish - UCSD
- Annie Oh - UCSF
- Christine Anastasiou - UCSF
- Paul Meirick - Vanderbilt
American College of Physicians Southern California Regional Scientific Meeting
We couldn’t be more proud! Over 20 of our residents and interns presented either a clinical vignette or a research poster at the American College of Physicians Southern California Regional Scientific Meeting in October.
Special congratulations to our residents Will Stendardi, MD (PGY-1), below left, and Trisha Sharma, MD (PGY-3), below right, who won second and third place in the competition.
Pictured below: all of our residents and interns who took part in the ACP Regional Meeting 2016.
Tricia Santos Cavaiola Wins Whitehill Prize for Excellence in Teaching
Tricia Santos Cavaiola, MD, the latest addition to the Internal Medicine Residency Program core faculty, is the Department of Medicine’s recipient of the Whitehill Prize for 2016. The Academy of Clinician Scholars awards the prize to one junior faculty member in the Department of Medicine by vote of the chief medical residents.
Dr. Santos, a Chief Medical Resident at UC San Diego in 2010-2011, is Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of Endocrinology. She co-directs the Endocrine, Reproduction and Metabolism I and II courses at the School of Medicine.
The Whitehill Charitable Trust, established in 1995 by Jules Leonard Whitehill, generated the Whitehill Prize for excellence in the teaching of clinical medicine or surgery.
Dr. Stacy Charat Directing Primary Care Pathway
We are pleased to announce that Stacy Charat, MD, will serve as program director for the new Primary Care Pathway within the Internal Medicine Residency Program.
"We are absolutely delighted that Dr. Charat has agreed to lead our primary care pathway,” said Internal Medicine Residency Program Director Simerjot Jassal, MD.
“In addition to being an exceptional clinician and teacher, she has a passion for patient care and an enthusiasm for primary care that is inspiring.”
Regarding her new role, Dr. Charat said, “It is an exciting time for primary care both nationally and locally. I look forward to helping our internal medicine residents take full advantage of the outstanding primary care internal medicine environment here at UC San Diego and the VA.”
“Under her mentorship and guidance,” Dr. Jassal said, “I am certain that residents in the UC San Diego Primary Care Pathway will develop the broad and deep, unique clinical skills necessary for a successful career in the challenging and rewarding field of primary care."
Dr. Charat is Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine. She received her MD from Harvard Medical School in 2008 and did her residency in primary care internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She joined the UC San Diego School of Medicine/VA San Diego Healthcare System faculty in 2013.
Dr. Elaine Muchmore Receives Association of Specialty Professors Award
Association of Specialty Professors has honored Dr. Elaine Muchmore with its 2017 ASP Eric G. Neilson, MD, Distinguished Professor Award for her extraordinary service.
Dr. Muchmore is Vice Chair of Education for the Department of Medicine and Chief of Staff for Education at VA San Diego Healthcare System. She serves on the Residency Review Committee and is a former director of the UC San Diego Internal Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Sanjeev Tyagi Wins Excellence in Teaching Award
At the UC San Diego School of Medicine Graduation Ceremony on June 5, the fourth-year medical students recognized
Dr. Sanjeev Tyagi, now an R3, with a Kaiser Excellence in Teaching Award for his superlative teaching.
Dr. Judd Landsberg Wins Graduating Resident Teaching Award
Judd Landsberg, MD, Health Sciences Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, is this year's winner of the Graduating Internal Medicine Residents Teaching Award.
Dr. Landsberg is Associate Program Director for the PCCM Fellowship Program and Director of the Medical Intensive Care Unity at the VA San Diego Healthcare System.
Watch Dr. Landsberg in the video he created for the American Thoracic Society.
Medicine 401 Teaching Awards
Drs. Aron Bender (Class of 2016) and Tim Moon (Class of 2017) are this year's recipients of the Medicine 401 Teaching Awards.
Granted by the third-year medical students each year, the awards go to residents and attending physicians for their excellence in teaching on the wards at the Veterans Administration San Diego Healthcare System and the UC San Diego Medical Center in Hillcrest.
Dr. Paul Meirick
Class of 2017
Hometown: Protivin, Iowa
MD: University of Iowa
About Me: I spend most of my free time either biking along the Pacific Coast Highway or trying to find the city's best fish taco. I also enjoy running, golf, playing the guitar, and going to outdoor concerts.
Why I Chose UC San Diego: UCSD has a great diversity of training environments, and by training in these different systems, I know I'll be ready for whatever professional opportunities lie ahead.
Favorite Place in San Diego: Sunset Cliffs
Best Part of Living in San Diego: If you have to work six days a week, on that seventh day you have the option to hike in the mountains, bike on the Pacific Coast Highway, run on the boardwalk, surf at the beach, or even make a quick trip to Mexico.
Career Plans: Sports Medicine.
News from Academic Year 2015-2016
Dr. Ali Farkhondehpour Receives Lee Rickman Humanism Award
This year's recipient of the Lee Rickman Humanism in Medicine Award is Dr. Ali Farkhondehpour, who is now one of our chief medical residents in 2016-2017.
The award is given each year to the resident who most embodies the energy and devotion of Lee Rickman, MD, a UC San Diego residency program graduate and Department of Medicine faculty member who practiced infectious disease medicine with singular passion until his death in 2003.
Resident Research Poster Winners Present at Grand Rounds
After winning awards for their research posters at this year's Resident Research Symposium in May, four internal medicine residents have presented their research at Medicine Grand Rounds.
On June 1,
Dr. Trisha Sharma (an R3 in 2016-2017, right) presented
Gastrointestinal Manifestations of Common Variable Immunodeficiency Disorder and
Dr. Ahnika Kline (VA Chief Resident for Quality and Safety in 2016-2017, below)
Quality Improvement in Internal Medicine: A test case of hepatitis C.
At Medicine Grand Rounds on June 15,
Dr. Misha Narezkin (an R3 in 2016-2017, left) presented
Pre-Clinical Diastolic Dysfunction. Predictors of Long-Term Clinical Outcome in Patients with Mild Pre-Clinical Diastolic Dysfunction.
Dr. Katya Prakash (an R3 in 2016-2017, below) presented
Research at the End of Life - The Human Model.
Recent Resident Wellness Events
Residents spend time at wellness events, including a cooking class with a local doc and art therapy at Expressive Arts in San Diego.
Resident Research Symposium Held May 5
UC San Diego Internal medicine residents who took part in a research block during this academic year presented their work in a poster session at the Second Annual UC San Diego Internal Medicine Resident Research Symposium on May 5, 2016, from 6 to 9 p.m.
The symposium hosts were
Wolfgang Dillmann, MD, Helen M. Ranney Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine;
Simerjot K. Jassal, MD, Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program; and
Lori Wan, MD, Director of the
Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program.
Meet Our Chief Residents for 2017-2018
Program Director Simerjot K. Jassal has announced that Drs. Ruth Hsiao, Simon Hsu, Rebecca Kim, Rohit Mital, Sanjeev Tyagi and Meera Subash (Chief Resident in Quality and Safety at the VA) are the chief medical residents for academic year 2017-2018.
"We had a very difficult time selecting from an incredibly dedicated, talented class of residents," said Dr. Jassal.
More about the 2017-2018 chiefs
Dr. Matt McCarthy Presents Grand Rounds, Conducts Discussions on Narrative Medicine
In March 2016, we \welcomed Dr. Matt McCarthy, author of the memoir
The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly: A Physician’s First Year, to UCSD. He participated in a lively discussion at a book club with residents and faculty
on March 1.
On March 2, 2016, he presented on the Power of Medical Writing at the Medicine Grand Rounds (top image), then joined us for a narrative medicine noon conference (above).
First Women in Medicine Meeting Draws Over 50 Residents and Faculty
The UC San Diego Internal Medicine Residency Program held its first Women in Medicine meeting on February 18, 2016. More than 50 residents and faculty members attended.
Dr. Cynthia Stuenkel, Clinical Professor in the
Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism at UC San Diego, gave an inspiring presentation entitled "Talking Points," in which she provided valuable advice to residents on how to be most effective when giving a presentation on the local or national stage.
More Internal Medicine Residency Program Women in Medicine events are planned.
Above, from left: Drs. Michele Pham, Ann Kuo (CMR 2015-2016), Supraja Thota (incoming CMR 2016-2017), and Khushboo Kaushal.
Above, from left: Drs. Arthi Balu, Melissa Wong, Deanna Hill (Internal Medicine), Trish Santos (Endocrinology), Brigid Boland (Gastroenterology), and Bethany Karl (Nephrology/Hospital Medicine).
Above, clockwise from left: Drs. Ahnika Kline (incoming CMR 2016-2017), Marin Nishimura, Christine Anastasiou (incoming CMR 2016-2017), Kim Kerr (Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine faculty member), Pam Taub (UCSD Cardiology Faculty), Mara Zulauf (Hospital Medicine), and Janki Patel.
This Year's Fellowship Program Match Results Are In
Our residency program graduates have matched to major fellowship programs across the United States as well as here in San Diego. The results:
Ahi Arulanandan - USC, Gastroenterology
Aron Bender - Oregon Health & Science University, Cardiology
Abhi Bhandari (Class of 2014) - University of Texas Southwestern, Gastroenterology
Julie Chen - Stanford, Endocrinology
Teresa Cushman (Class of 2015) - University of Colorado, Infectious Disease
Nanu Das - Vanderbilt University, Hematology/Oncology
Yonathan Faiwiszewski (Class of 2015; Chief Resident 2015-2016) - University of Colorado, Cardiology
Calyani Ganesan - Stanford, Nephrology
Justin Hayase (Class of 2015; Chief Resident 2015-2016) - UCLA, Cardiology
James Iwaz - Harbor UCLA, Cardiology
Steven Lin - Beth Israel Deaconess, Gastroenterology
Nick Marston (Class of 2015; Chief Resident 2015-2016) - Brigham, Cardiology
Matt McCarra (Class of 2015) - Stanford, Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine
Sophie Patzek - UCSF, Endocrinology
Sara Patrawala (Class of 2014) - Rochester, Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine
Michele Pham - Mt. Sinai, Allergy
Nick Phreaner (Class of 2015) -
UC San Diego, Cardiology
Kathy Promer -
UC San Diego, Infectious Disease
Abhishek Shah (Class of 2014) - USC, Cardiology
Darius Schneider - University of Washington, Endocrinology
Lauren Vincent -
UC San Diego, Endocrinology
Winnie Wang - Mt. Sinai, Palliative Medicine
Drs. Justin Hayase, Darrin Wong
Present Posters at AHA Orlando
Darrin Wong, MD (above left) and chief medical resident
Justin Hayase, MD (above right), presented posters at the American Heart Association meeting in Orlando in early November.
Dr. Annie Oh Wins Session Award at CHEST Meeting
Intern Kevin Eng, MD, and R3
Annie Oh, MD, presented at the American College of Chest Physicians CHEST 2015 Annual Meeting in Montreal, Canada.
Congratulations to Dr. Oh, who won the session award!
Honors at ACP Poster Competition
Emily Martin, MD, and R3
Darrin Wong, MD, won honors at the American College of Physicians Southern California Region III Poster Competition on October 11, 2015.
Dr. Martin (at left above with program director
Simerjot K. Jassal, MD), won second place for her research presentation describing the use of patient-controlled analgesia in cancer patients.
Dr. Wong, above right, won second place for his clinical vignette presentation on anti-NMDA encephalitis.
Jisha Joshua, MD, also won honors for co-authoring the second-place-winning medical student clinical vignette poster with MS4 Suraj Kedarisetty (left) on multiple primary neoplasms.
Dr. Ahilan Arulanandan's poster received a Presidential Award (below).
Brittany Yee Is First Author of Case Report from Vinetz Lab
Brittany Yee, MD, intern in the categorical track of the Internal Medicine Residency Program this year, is first author of a case report published online July 20, 2015, in the
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
Joseph M. Vinetz, MD, Professor of Medicine in the
Division of Infectious Diseases, presented the case at Medicine Grand Rounds last year. |
Read article abstract
News from Academic Year 2014-2015
Drs. Darrin Wong and Noel Lee Win 2015 Kaushansky Award for Resident Research
Senior resident Darrin Wong, MD, and program graduate Noel Lee, MD, are the 2015 winners of the Kaushansky Award for Resident Research. Both presented their research at Medicine Grand Rounds in June. Awards were presented at Medicine Grand Rounds on June 17.
Drs. Wong and Lee each received a generous $200 prize from Dr. and Mrs. Wolfgang Dillmann. Dr. Dillmann is Helen M. Ranney Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine.
All six residents who were selected to present their research at Medicine Grand Rounds this year received $50 prizes from the UC San Diego Internal Medicine Alumni Fund.
Drs. Michele Pham, Satya (Nanu) Das, and Noel Lee Present Their Research at Medicine Grand Rounds on June 10
Watch video (UC San Diego only)
Drs. Julie Chen and Darrin Wong Present Their Research at Medicine Grand Rounds on June 3
Watch video (UC San Diego only)
Tyler Woodell, Lawrence Ma to Receive Arnold P. Gold Foundation’s Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Resident Awards
Senior categorical internal medicine resident
Tyler Woodell, MD (left) and fourth-year medicine-pediatrics resident
Lawrence Ma, MD, have received Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Resident Awards.
The awards recognize them for their compassion, dedication and humanism in their approach to patient care in a ceremony on the School of Medicine campus on May 15, 2015.
Resident Research Symposium: Of 34 Residents Presenting, Six Chosen to Speak at Medicine Grand Rounds
The Internal Medicine Residency Program presented its first annual Resident Research Symposium to a full crowd on Thursday, May 7, with presentations from 34 residents who have taken part in the program's
research block in the last two academic years.
Of the 34, six residents were selected to present at Medicine Grand Rounds. Pictured above, they are (from left)
Dr. Kevin Shah, who presented his research at Medicine Grand Rounds last year; and
Drs. Noel Lee,
Michele Pham and
Darrin Wong, who will present at Grand Rounds on June 3 and June 10, 2015.
Kevin Shah Named House Officer of the Year
Kevin Shah, MD, has been chosen 2014-2015 House Officer of the Year in UC San Diego Health's annual program honoring the top house staff and attending physicians.
After graduation, Kevin will move on to fellowship training in cardiology at UCLA. He received his MD from UC Irvine.
Announcing Our Incoming Interns for 2015-2016
Our incoming interns for 2015-2016 have gone on to their
Junior year in 2016-2017.
UC San Diego Internal Medicine Program In Nation's Top Ten in the West in Doximity Rankings
In Doximity rankings released January 13, 2015, UC San Diego is in the top ten in the West in internal medicine training and in combined or subspecialty residency training in anesthesiology, dermatology and pediatrics. Details
Fellowship Program Match Results Are In
Our program graduates have matched to major fellowship programs across the US as well as here at UC San Diego. The results:
Current Residents and Chief Medical Residents
- Schafer Boeder - UC San Diego, Endocrinology & Metabolism
- Sunil Das - UCLA, Rheumatology
- Sterling Dubin - USC, Gastroenterology
- Adam Greenbaum - University of Washington, Hematology-Oncology
- Wes Kidder - UC San Francisco, Hematology/Oncology
- Noel Lee - UC San Diego, Cardiology
- Felice Lin - UC San Diego, Cardiology
- JT Link - University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Hematology-Oncology
- Michelle Pearlman - University of Texas Southwestern (Dallas), Gastroenterology
- Vanessa Raabe - Emory University, Infectious Disease (Combined Medicine-Pediatrics)
- Daniel Seifer - Oregon Health & Science University, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
- Kevin Shah - UCLA, Cardiology
- Sheri Tran - UC San Diego, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
- Stephen Vampola - UCLA, Cardiology
- Tyler Woodell - Oregon Health & Science University, Nephrology
Prior Graduates Who Matched This Year
- Kevan Akrami - UC San Diego, Infectious Disease
- Christoph Carter - University of Washington, Infectious Disease
- Marjan Hovaida - University of New Mexico, Gastroenterology
Four Poster Presentations, Two Clinical Vignette Finalists at Regional Society of General Internal Medicine Meeting
Arthi Balu (left) and Steven Lin.
Two UC San Diego internal medicine residents were clinical vignette finalists and a total of four presented posters at the California-Hawaii Regional Meeting of the
Society of General Internal Medicine in Los Angeles on January 10, 2015.
Steven Lin, Clinical Vignette Finalist: "Acute liver injury with near progression to acute liver failure in a postpartum woman taking dietary supplements and with recent travel."
Arthi Balu, Clinical Vignette Finalist: "Differentiating pseudoseizure from true epilepsy."
Humaira Jami: "Pulmonary tuberculosis in a patient admitted for acute decompensated heart failure."
Ahnika Kline: "A story of phosphorus, PTH, and recurrent hip fractures in the older man."
Dr. Rebecca Sell Receives ATS Young Investigator Award
Associate program director
Rebecca Sell, MD
, won an ATS 2014 Young Investigator Award for her presentation at the annual meeting of the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology (APSR) in Bali, Indonesia, November 13-16, 2014. Her presentation was titled, "Difference in Outcomes between Senior Physician and Medicine Resident-led Code Blues."
Dr. Sell, assistant professor of medicine in the
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
, was a chief medical resident in the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program in 2006-2007.
Dr. Sell receiving the award. Photo by Atul Malhotra, MD.
On the APSR 2014 program faculty was
Atul Malhotra, MD, Kenneth M. Moser Professor of Medicine, director of sleep medicine and chief of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Malhotra, who received an ATS Young Investigator award in 2005, is now president-elect of the ATS.
Dr. Charlie Goldberg Joins Program Faculty
Dr. Charlie Goldberg is the new Associate Program Director for the UC San Diego Internal Medicine Residency Program, based at the VA San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS). Dr. Goldberg is a Clinical Professor of Medicine and staff physician at the VASDHS. He has played an active role in resident and student education at UC San Diego since joining the institution in 1998 and has served as a core faculty member for the residency program since 2006.
Dr. Goldberg is an accomplished and beloved teacher, winning numerous national and local teaching awards from residents and students. He has been selected for the prestigious Kaiser Award for Excellence in Teaching from the UC San Diego medical students seven times. In his role as co-director of the Clinical Foundations thread at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, he was instrumental in designing a new curriculum for the first two years of medical school.
He is also the leader of the one of the six academic communities at the School of Medicine. He has an interest in innovative curricular design and has created several educational websites and applications. The San Diego County Medical Society has recognized him as one of San Diego’s Top Doctors in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Our Residents Excel at Recent Scientific Meetings
At the American College of Physicians Regional Meeting October 18, 2014, R1 Jisha Joshua took first place with her research poster, "Soluble Guanylate Cyclase as a Novel Treatment Target for Osteoporosis."
Pictured at right, from the left: Preethika Ekanayake, program director Simerjot Jassal, MD, Jisha Joshua, and Lauren Vincent.
Our program's medical jeopardy team -- Christine Anastasiou, Gabe Schaefer, and Brian Wood -- made UC San Diego proud by competing strongly and coming in with a second-place win.
Also participating in the clinical vignette poster competition were Drew Bruggeman, Preethika Ekanayake, James Iwaz, Jisha Joshua (two posters), Steven Lin, Diana Moke, Vanessa Raabe, Lauren Vincent, Darrin Wong and Brian Wood.
A warm congratulations also to Ian Neel (left), who received third place for his clinical vignette poster at the California Geriatrics Society-sponsored UC San Diego Clinical Geriatrics Interprofessional Symposium October 4-5, 2014.