|Leonard Feldman, MD|
600 North Wolfe Street, Park 307
Baltimore, MD 21287
|Dr. Feldman, Director of the UHT program, is board certified in both general internal medicine and pediatrics. He has been an instructor and then assistant professor in the departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at The Johns Hopkins Hospital for over six years. He is an associate program director for the Osler Internal Medicine Residency at Johns Hopkins, the Director of the General Medicine Comprehensive Consultation Service, and the editor-in-chief of the Johns Hopkins Consultative Medicine Essentials on-line curriculum. Dr. Feldman, a clinical skills specialist, has focused his research on evidence-based medicine and on-line education of medical residents and practicing general internists. He is also interested in quality improvement and transitions of care.|
|Rosalyn Stewart, MD, MS, MBA|
Associate Track Director
601 North Caroline Street, Suite 7.143
Baltimore, MD 21287-0941
|Dr. Stewart, Associate Director of the UHT program and the John Faulkner Rainey Osler Scholar, is board certified in both general internal medicine and pediatrics and has been an assistant professor in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Hopkins for over five years. She earlier was associate program director of both the internal medicine program and the MP program at University of Texas Medical Branch. She has an MS in Preventive Medicine focusing on Health Disparities and recently completed her MBA in Medical Services Management. She is one of the editors for Mosby's Guide to Physical Examination, 7th edition, and a course director for Longitudinal Clerkship, a continuity ambulatory clerkship. Dr. Stewart also is the Director of Ambulatory Medicine and focuses her research on medical education and ambulatory medicine.|
Hopkins GIM Faculty
Hopkins GIM has over 80 full-time faculty members who fall into three broad groups: Clinician-Educators, Academic Hospitalists, and Patient-Oriented Researchers. All three groups are engaged in scholarship and teaching. Click to see recent faculty publications with links to Pubmed.The breadth of their research activities encompass many areas of potential interest to urban health residents.
In addition, about 150 outstanding general internists hold part-time appointments in Hopkins GIM# Many are top-notch clinicians on the active staff of The Johns Hopkins Hospital who are invited to teach Hopkins medical students and residents in office and hosptial settings. Other are researchers, policy makers, and administrators who formerly studied or taught at Hopkins and now offer their real-world expertise to colleagues and trainees.
As a historic crossroads between the Schools Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing, the Division of General Internal Medicine has attracted a large and growing number of research faculty with active joint appointments. These faculty members play major roles on multidisciplinary research projects, serve as core faculty on federal training grants,and provide mentorship and guidance to trainees and junior faculty members.
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