News2018-10-12T12:00:22-05:00

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Department of Medicine FY2018 Annual Report

Dear Colleagues, I am excited to present our inaugural Annual Report of the Department of Medicine (DOM) at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago. The report highlights accomplishments for the fiscal year 2018. Since arriving in the DOM, it has been my pleasure to welcome seven new division chiefs, all who are physician-scientists with a strong commitment to clinical excellence and scholarship. In the ever-changing health care environment, we continue to provide excellent care in service to [...]

UIC to lead national COPD clinical trial

The University of Illinois at Chicago will lead a $14.6 million, multi-center research project to determine which of two drugs — azithromycin, an antibiotic, or roflumilast, an anti-inflammatory medication — is the mosteffective at treating chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which is also known as COPD. Illustration: UIC Institute for Healthcare Delivery Design/Naumita Pereira COPD, an umbrella term for a number of lung conditions that make it difficult for a person to breathe, affects 15 million people living in [...]

Dr. Patricia W. Finn Joins MSTP Leadership

We are excited to announce that Dr. Patricia W. Finn has joined the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) leadership team as an Associate Director of the MSTP.  She will bring her experience as a seasoned physician-scientist and mentor to the MSTP and help round out the leadership team.  In addition, she has a strong record with NIH sponsored T32 Training Programs. Dr. Finn is the Earl M. Bane Professor Chair of the Department of Medicine and the Associate Dean of [...]

New institute aims to put designers at the table for health care decision-making

The health care delivery spectrum (Illustration: Kim Erwin/UIC) The new Institute for Healthcare Delivery Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago has a unique mission: to transform the health care system into one that is intentionally and expertly designed with people — patients, families and clinicians — at the center. “We need to make a system that fits people, rather than continue to expect people to fit into an arguably broken system,” said Kim Erwin, co-director of [...]

22 department of medicine providers named among the region’s top physicians

Twenty two department of medicine providers were named among the region's top physicians by Castle Connolly, the consumer healthcare guide. Seven of the recognized providers were featured in Chicago magazine's January 2019 "Top Doctors" list. More News

New 1 year fellowship in Interventional Pulmonology

The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep and Allergy is pleased to announce a 1 year fellowship in Interventional Pulmonology in an new collaboration with the Chicago Chest Center. Program accreditation, which is newly offered this year and for which we are already provisionally accredited until 2020,  is under the joint auspices of the American Association of Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (AABIP) and the Association of Interventional Pulmonology Program Directors (AIPPD). The joint program’s first fellow started 7/1/18. There is [...]

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