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Several changes in the faculty of GIM take place on July 1st. Two members of the Hospitalist program are leaving for other positions: Dr. Kalpana Prakasa will be working as a hospitalist at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson; Mark Markowski completed his one-year position and is entering, as planned, the Oncology Fellowship program at Hopkins.
Meanwhile, three new Hospitalists will be joining the program. Dr. Alison Colantino finished her residency and chief residency at Columbia Presbyterian, and will be joining us as a clinician educator with an interest in housestaff education. Drs. Tomeka Suber and Finbar Foley are coming to GIM from the Osler Residency program; each will spend one year in GIM before beginning pulmonary critical care fellowships.
Dr. Heather Sateia will be joining the Tumulty Group on September. Dr. Sateia trained at Dartmouth Medical School, completed her medicine residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO, and subsequently joined the faculty at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Sateia has an interest in outpatient medicine and education. She served as the Associate Program Director for the Primary Care Pathway in Internal Medicine at Washington University and was Editor of the Washington Manual of Outpatient Internal Medicine.
Dr. Matthew DeCamp, who has just completed the GIM Fellowship Program, is joining the faculty of GIM and of the Berman Institute of Bioethics. Dr. DeCamp earned both an MD and a PhD degree from Duke University, and spent his residency at the University of Michigan before becoming a GIM Fellow in 2010.
GIM is happy to welcome the newcomers to its faculty and sends the very best wishes with those who are departing.