From the very humblest of beginnings to today’s 400+ member department, Internal Medicine has seen many changes over seven decades. Hear the story of the Department from four exceptional physicians who’ve led it.
Some have called Donald W. Seldin, M.D., the intellectual father of UT Southwestern. Others say he's the greatest chair of Internal Medicine. Either way is right - he's a living legend.
The Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Romaine Johnson, MD "TBD."
"Designed to educate those specializing in the care of cancer patients and provide a forum for multimodality interaction that promotes discussion of the most recent clinical research affecting patient care, as well as to bring oncology specialists together to review cases and make recommendations for managing cancer patients." Jonathan Dowell, MD, moderator.
Heidi Jacobe, MD "Morphea: Update on Pathogenesis, Evaluation and Treatment." and "Patient Presentations." and "Clinical Discussion."
Supriya Saha, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Boston. "From Model Systems to Novel Therapeutics: Understanding IDH Mutant Cholangiocarcinoma."
Joseph Wood, MD, JD, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale. "Everything You Wanted to Know About EM Contracts But Were Afraid to Ask."
UT Southwestern is about more than its hospitals, clinics, and classrooms. It's about the people–who they are, what they do, and how they contribute to the future of medicine, today.