Internal Medicine Has Great Showing
Published October 2003
UC's Department of Internal Medicine had a very
successful showing at the Midwest Society of General Internal Medicine
conference in Chicago.
Seven medical students and nine Internal Medicine
residents participated in clinical vignette and research competitions
covering a 12-state region.
Nathan Cummins, a future chief resident, won best
overall resident presenter at the meeting. He also won first prize in
the clinical vignette category. Joe Nounou a fourth-year medical
student, teamed up with second-year Resident Matt Hartig to win an
honorable mention. Christina Bruns, another fourth-year medical
student, also won an honorable mention.
UC won four of the five clinical vignette awards given at the meeting.
"At the awards ceremony, the presenter remarked several
times about the excellence of the University of Cincinnati," said Eric
Warm, MD, assistant professor, Department of Internal Medicine. "I was
so very proud of our students and residents."