Meet Our APPs: Julie Torres, MHS, PA-C

We are pleased to present the next in our weekly series introducing you to Internal Medicine’s Advanced Practice Providers. In addition to sharing information about where they work in the department, we asked them each to tell us a little bit about their “Why” (the sustaining pull for their work) and what relaxes them. (Read […]

Sex-Specific Differences in Endothelial Function Are Driven by Divergent Mitochondrial Ca2+ Handling

Article: Sex-Specific Differences in Endothelial Function Are Driven by Divergent Mitochondrial Ca2+ Handling Authors: Celio Damacena de Angelis, Benney T Endoni, Daniel Nuno, Kathryn Lamping, Johannes Ledolter, Olha M Koval, Isabella M Grumbach Journal: J Am Heart Assoc. 2022 Jul 5;11(13):e023912 Abstract: Background Sex-specific differences in vasodilation are mediated in part by differences in cytosolic […]

Continually reviewing and renewing

Earlier this week, we participated in an annual year-end tradition in which faculty members are invited to meet with the Dean of the Carver College of Medicine and Vice President of Medical Affairs to discuss the information contained in our department’s annual report to the college. Over the course of an hour, Dean Brooks Jackson […]

Class of 2023 matches at Iowa and across the country

With this week’s Fellowship Match Day, many of our graduating residents can breathe a sigh of relief as their next couple years come into focus. We are proud to announce below the members of our residency who have matched into fellowship programs for the 2023–24 academic year. Match Day also allows us to update our […]

Recognizing Teaching Excellence

Learners in the Carver College of Medicine are invited to provide examples of effective teaching at the end of each rotation. Read what our trainees recently had to say about Internal Medicine educators below. The first two were submitted in June, at the end of the previous academic year. Read previous submissions. Milena Gebska, MD, PhD, MME, […]

Online presentation: Putting Ourselves to the Test: Achieving Equity to End HIV

Internal Medicine’s Virtual Grand Rounds presentation for Thursday, December 1, 2022, will be: Putting Ourselves to the Test: Achieving Equity to End HIV 12:00-1:00pm Thursday, December 1, 2022 Quanhathai Kaewpoowat, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases Click this link on Thursday just before noon to join the presentation: https://uiowa.zoom.us/j/97720761535 This Grand Rounds presentation will be […]

Meet Our APPs: Diane VanErsvelde, PA-C

We are pleased to present the next in our weekly series introducing you to Internal Medicine’s Advanced Practice Providers. In addition to sharing information about where they work in the department, we asked them each to tell us a little bit about their “Why” (the sustaining pull for their work) and what relaxes them. (Read […]

Oxidative stress contributes to reductions in microvascular endothelial- and nitric oxide-dependent dilation in women with a history of gestational diabetes

Article: Oxidative stress contributes to reductions in microvascular endothelial- and nitric oxide-dependent dilation in women with a history of gestational diabetes Authors: Anna E Stanhewicz, Rowan L Schlarmann, Kaila M Brustkern, Diana I Jalal Journal: J Appl Physiol (1985). 2022 Aug 1;133(2):361-370. Abstract: Women with a history of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) are twice as likely to develop […]

Meet Our Cardiology Fellows – Part 2

Our nationally recognized fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease brings recruits from all over the globe and even right next door. Their interests are as varied as they are, and we are proud to introduce you to this year’s incoming cardiology fellows. Mohammed Mhanna, MD, MPH Medical School: Al-Quds University Faculty of Medicine Residency: University of Toledo […]

Meet Our APPs: Aimee Foster, MSN, ARNP

We are pleased to present the next in our weekly series introducing you to Internal Medicine’s Advanced Practice Providers. In addition to sharing information about where they work in the department, we asked them each to tell us a little bit about their “Why” (the sustaining pull for their work) and what relaxes them. (Read […]