2016 Research Academic Half Day

FIRST PLACE: Roberto Bernardo... Increased right ventricular (RV) wall thickness in advanced pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is associated with increased ventriculo-vascular (VV) stiffening and impaired treatment response to parenteral treprostinil.

2016 DOM Education Awards

WE ARE PROUD OF OUR PROGRAM'S MANY AWARD RECIPIENTS: Dr. Jennifer Aranas (R2), Dr. Pryce Gaynor (R2), Dr. Ram Baalachandran (R3), Dr. Usman Ajaz (R3), Dr. Manjinder Kaur (R2), Dr. Thu Pham (R2), Dr. Nour Alhoda Parsa (R2), Dr. Iwan Nyotowidjojo (R2), Dr. Tirdad Zangeneh (APD), and Dr. JP Ferreira (APD)

2016 DOM Education Awards

Dr. Pryce Gaynor (PGY-2) presented with this year's Outstanding Resident in Infectious Disease Award by Dr. Stephen Klotz.

Doctor's Dilemma 2014 Winners

Congratulations to our 2013 Doctors’ Dilemma First Prize Team: Glenn Stokken, MD, Emad N. Hammode, MD and Irbaz Riaz, MD led by Nasser Mohamoud, MBBS at the Arizona ACP competition.

2015 Team Building Retreat

PGY-3 residents find that it takes team work and support to help each other through the hard parts!

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Meet Our Chief Residents

Kawanjit Surapur, MD

Kawanjit Surapur was born in Canada and raised in the metro Detroit area. She went to Wayne State University for her undergraduate, Bachelor of Science in Biology, and worked in a nanoparticle laboratory with chlamydia-infected inflammatory murine models. Afterward, she went on to medical school at Wayne State University and completed residency training at the University of Arizona's Internal Medicine's program. Currently, she is applying to Sleep Medicine with future focus into Pulmonary Disease Medicine. Dr. Surapur serves mainly as the scheduling chief and academic chief while rotating at all residency sites. She will be helping compile an academic curriculum for the upcoming year. In her free time, she likes to run, play with her daughter, play videogames, and try new restaurants.