Mark Wilson Wins Collegiate Teaching Award

Dr. Mark Wilson, Clinical Professor of General Internal Medicine, is one of four Carver College of Medicine faculty members to receive the Collegiate Teaching Award. Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Affairs and Development, this award acknowledges faculty who ‚Äúdemonstrate unusually significant and meritorious achievement‚ÄĚ as instructors in an academic year. Dr. Wilson was nominated […]

Jeff Wilson Wins Theilen Award

Dr. Jeffrey Wilson has been awarded one of the highest distinctions the Carver College of Medicine grants, the Dr. Ernest O. Theilen Clinical Teaching and Service Award. This award, sponsored by the Office of Faculty Affairs and Development, recognizes a faculty member each year who embodies the ideals Dr. Theilen exemplified in his compassion and […]

February 2017: Oleksandr Obrosov

The commitments we make can lead us to unanticipated destinations. Few in the Department may know this better than Alex Obrosov, research associate in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism. After moving from Kiev, Ukraine, to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to work in the laboratory of his aunt, Dr. Irina Obrosova-Ross, he had no idea that […]

Rewarding Excellence

The Department continues to support an environment that is enriched by the open and candid exchange of opinions and perspectives. I have had conversations with many of you about the impact of the recent executive orders regarding immigration and refugees. Whereas all of the implications of this action are not clear, we recognize the potential […]

Kuppachi to Direct MOHD 1

Dr. Sarat Kuppachi has been selected as the new course co-director for Mechanisms of Health and Disease (MOHD) 1: Human Genetics and Energy, taking over for Dr. Brian Gehlbach. This course, one of four mechanisms courses in the strand, covers oxygenation, metabolism, and genetics and neoplasia. Dr. Kuppachi joined the Division of Nephrology from the […]