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1 2011 State of the Department Those that cannot or will not change will become irrelevant.

2 Chair Search  Search Committee formed & charged  Tyler & Company engaged  Short list and interviews to begin Fall 2011  New Chairman or Chairwoman July 2012

3 Department of Medicine  Faculty Development  Education  Research  Patient Care  Business of Medicine

4 Faculty Promotions - Professors Walter “Jay” Brzezinski, MD General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics Shakaib Rehman, MD General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics Joseph Romagnuolo, MD, MSc Gastroenterology & Hepatology Adrian Van Bakel, MD, PhD Cardiology

5 Faculty Promotions – Associate Professors Diane Kamen, MD, MSCR Rheumatology & Immunology Juan Carlos Velez, MD Nephrology Christopher Lawrence, MD Gastroenterology & Hepatology Dannah Wray, MD Infectious Diseases John Zhang, DVM, PhD Rheumatology & Immunology

6 Faculty Promotions – Associate Professors Dipankar Bandyopadhyay, PhD Biostatistics & Epidemiology Patrick Cawley, MD, MBA General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics Amy Bradshaw, PhD Cardiology Dee Ford, MD, MSCR Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Kelly Hunt, PhD Biostatistics & Epidemiology

7 Transitions John Feussner, MD, MPH Distinguished University Professor Executive Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs

8 David W. Ploth, MD Arthur V. Williams, Jr., M.D. Professor of Medicine Division Director ( ) President, Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (2003) Editor, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (2006- ) Founder’s Award, Southern Society for Clinical Investigation, 2007

9 Steven A. Sahn, MD Division Director ( ) Alfred Soffer Award for Editorial Excellence, ACCP (1997 and 2008) Edward Livingston Trudeau Medal ATS (2010) Inducted Colorado Thoracic Society Hall of Fame (2011)

10 New Leadership Roles Gary Gilkeson, MD Associate Dean Faculty Affairs & Faculty Development Paul McDermott, PhD Associate Dean Faculty Affairs & Faculty Development Mark Lyles, MD, MBA Chief Strategic Officer MUSC Clinical Enterprise

11 Education Ben Clyburn, MD Vice Chair, Education Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education Deborah DeWaay, MD Associate Vice Chair Medical Education Brad Keith, MD Associate Vice Chair Medical Education

12 Chief Residents Linda Meyers, MD Courtney Cave, MD Richard Bayer, MD Endocrinology Fellow GIMG Faculty Cardiology Fellow

13 Edward Kilb, III, MD Sarah Allen, MD Andrew Schreiner, MD Chief Residents

14 Education Awards & Honors Julius Sagel, MD 2011 MUSC Foundation Teaching Excellence Award

15 The Julius Sagel Excellence in Medicine Award Loretta Jophlin and Jenny Riley Education Awards & Honors

16 E. Benjamin Clyburn, MD Executive Committee Internal Medicine Review Committee, ACGME Lawrence C. Mohr, MD Distinguished Service Medal Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Education Awards & Honors

17 Paul McDermott, PhD Christopher Parsons, MDValerian Fernandes, MD T. Rogers Kyle, MD Education Awards & Honors 2011 Excellence in Teaching Award

18 Education Awards & Honors Housestaff Awards

19 Graduating Residents & Fellows Outgoing Residents/Fellows that went into Academic Medicine Positions (fellowship or faculty):  17 of the 30 internal medicine residents  3 of the 7 emergency medicine residents and  12 of 27 fellows Of those going into private practice:  11 in South Carolina  10 in the south (GA, FL, NC, TN)  Remainder to places like NE, ME, IN, IL

20 Internal Medicine Residency

21 Research P. Darwin Bell, PhD Vice Chair Research Edward Jauch, MD Associate Vice Chair Research

22 New Research Faculty Kent Armeson, MS Biostatistics & Epidemiology Viswanathan Ramakrishnan, PhD Biostatistics & Epidemiology Lydia Foster, MS Biostatistics & Epidemiology Erica Johnson, MS Biostatistics & Epidemiology Holly Battenhouse, MS Biostatistics & Epidemiology Bethany Wolf, PhD Biostatistics & Epidemiology Libby Dismuke, PhD General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics Harinath Kasignaesan, PhD Cardiology Santhosh Mani, PhD Cardiology Sundar Balasubramanian, PhD Cardiology

23 Research Honors Yubin Kang, MD 2011 American Society of Oncology Career Development Award Andrew Kraft, MD Fellow Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

24 Research Honors Donald Menick, PhD PI for NIH Training Grant Renewed for 36 th consecutive year!

25 Research Day Winners Courtney Haycraft, PhD Assistant Professor Nephrology Patrick Nasarre, PhD Instructor Hematology/Oncology Junior Basic Science Faculty Junior Clinical Science Faculty Ashley Miller Nurse Practitioner Hematology/Oncology Denise Kimbrough Cardiology Krupa DesaiBenjamin Neely, PhD Nephrology Takamitsu Saigusa, MD Nephrology Graduate StudentMedical StudentPost-doctoral FellowClinical Fellow

26 Research Awards

27 New NIH Awards Bandyopadhyay R03 155,550 Bandyopadhyay R03 157,501 Cen K01 132,786 Cooper R21 221,250 Egede R01 81,120 Huang R01 368,750 Hunt R01 184,375 Markiewicz K01 115,448 Zhang R01 255,150

28 VA Funded Faculty John ArthurTamara Nowling Darwin BellJames Oates Amy BradshawLina Obeid George CooperTerrence O’Brien Leonard EgedeLeah Siskind Gary GilkesonAshley Snider Yan HuangJohn Zhang Maria Lopes-VirellaMichael Zile Paul McDermott Grand Total: 33 VA 1/8’s and $3,575,700 in funding!

29 Dept of Medicine Clinical Trials 90 new Pharma trials each year $3.5 M Income and Expenses Study Management – Update of Dept. Clinical Trial Policy – Best Practices Related Initiatives – Dept/Institutional Clinical Operations Group – Western IRB (WIRB) – SCTR (Clinical Data Warehouse; SPARK) – EMR (EPIC)

30 Centers of Economic Excellence Inflammation and Fibrosis Research (Dr. Rick Silver & Dr. Gary Gilkeson) 2 Endowed Chairs to be established Renal Disease Biomarkers (Dr. John Arthur) 2 Endowed Chairs to be established Molecular Proteomics and Cardiovascular Disease and Prevention (Dr. Michael Zile) Volpe Chair and Spaulding-Paolozzi Chair

31 NIH Funded Training Grants Training to Improve Cardiovascular Therapies (Donald Menick, PhD – Cardiology, n = 11 plus 10 summer students) Biostatistics Training for Basic Biomedical Research (Elizabeth Slate, PhD – DBE, n=4) Short Term Research Training for Health Professionals (Leonard Egede, MD - GIMG) Training Grant in Inflammatory and Fibrosing Diseases (Gary Gilkeson, MD – Rheumatology, n=3) Training Grant in Glomerular Function and Disease (PI Darwin Bell, PhD, n=2)

32 Clinical Peter Zwerner, MD Vice Chair Clinical Operations

33 Clinical Leaders Service Line Leaders: Eric Powers, MD Heart & Vascular Marcy Bolster, MD Musculoskeletal Alice Boylan, MD Critical Care Patrick Cawley, MD, MBA Executive Medical Director, MUH John Feussner, MD, MPH Executive Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs Mark Lyles, MD, MBA Chief Strategic Officer MUSC Clinical Enterprise K. Mark Payne, MD Digestive Disease

34 Veterans Affairs William Merrill, MD Vice Chair Veterans Affairs Florence Hutchison, MD Associate Dean Veterans Affairs

35 New Clinical Faculty – General IM Kiran Anand, MD Instructor Anand Achanti, MD Instructor Courtney Cave, MD Assistant Professor Leah Clanton, MD Instructor Jason Coker, MD Instructor Woody Coker, MD, MS Instructor James Hadstate, MD Instructor Keri Holmes-Maybank, MD Instructor Cara Litvin, MD Instructor Mark Lyles, MD, MBA Assistant Professor Danielle Scheurer, MD, MS Assistant Professor

36 New Clinical Faculty Thomas Todoran, MD Assistant Professor Cardiology Benjamin Wince, MD Assistant Professor Cardiology Sam Mardini, MD Clinical Instructor GI & Hepatology Andrew Brock, MD Assistant Professor GI & Hepatology Christopher Rife, MD Clinical Instructor GI & Hepatology Frank Brescia, MD Professor Hematology/Oncology Yubin Kang, MD Assistant Professor Hematology/Oncology George Simon, MD Associate Professor Hematology/Oncology Neeta Somaiah, MD Assistant Professor Hematology/Oncology

37 New Clinical Faculty Ruth Campbell, MD Associate Professor Nephrology Roberto Pisoni, MD Assistant Professor Nephrology Daniel Venancio, PA Clinical Instructor Emergency Medicine Sue Zayac, PA Clinical Instructor Emergency Medicine Andrew Goodwin, MD Assistant Professor Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Chitra Lal, MD Assistant Professor Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Nichole Tanner, MD Assistant Professor Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Evgenia Kagan, MD Assistant Professor Infectious Diseases Corey Hatfield, DO Instructor Rheumatology & Immunology

38 National Recognition GI & Hepatology #24 Nephrology #41 Rheumatology #17

39 National Recognition 109 Department of Medicine Physicians Recognized for Heart Disease and Stroke Treatment Excellence by the American Heart Association

40 Clinical Honors Eric Powers, MD Lewis W. Blackman Patient Safety Champion Award South Carolina Hospital Association

41 Ingenious Med A New Way To Capture Your Inpatient Effort Please see the June 1 st Department of Medicine Newsletter for information on this new Charge Capture System

42 Business of Internal Medicine Cathy Wood, MBA Vice Chair Finance & Administration

43 Employees of the Quarter

44 Revenue Sources

45 Faculty Growth

46 Employee Satisfaction Results

47 Clinical Revenue

48 Philanthropy Jane McCullough Director of Development

49 Philanthropy Highlights

50

51 New Endowed Chair Holders

52 Giving Back!

53 2011 State of the Department Change is inevitable…. except from a vending machine.


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