Credentialing/Verification of Training
All credentialing and verifications of training must go through our central GME office. Please see the following link for important information on submitting your request.
For additional information please contact:
Cuc Mai MD FACP
Dr. Mai received her medical degree from the University of South Florida and completed her Internal Medicine residency training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. After residency, she became a clinical instructor at Baylor. In 2005, she returned to the University of South Florida as an assistant professor in the Division of Hospital Medicine. She later became an associate program director and associate professor and was named program director in 2012. Dr. Mai maintains active clinical duties in addition to her role as program director and is also director of faculty development for GME. Her interests are faculty development, hospital medicine, and residency education. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, exploring the outdoors, and reading.
Brad Clark MS
Mr. Clark has been with the program since July 2012. He is originally from Arkansas and earned a BS in Biology from the University of Central Arkansas. He then moved to Wisconsin where he earned an MS in Oncology and will finish an MBA from USF this fall. After working for nearly 10 years in a cancer biology research lab, Mr. Clark transitioned into administration and then later made the move to Tampa to join our program. Mr. Clark has enjoyed learning all that encompasses graduate medical education to include the Next Accreditation System from ACGME. When he is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family, watching the Green Bay Packers and Tampa Bay Lightning, and playing the occasional round of golf.
Assistant Program Coordinator
Ms. Molitor earned her Bachelors of Arts from Youngstown State University in Philosophy with an emphasis on biomedical and technological ethics. She is in pursuit of a Master’s degree as she strives to provide the best possible service to the Department of Internal Medicine. In her free time, Ms. Molitor frequently volunteers as a member of the 501st Legion, an international Star Wars costuming club.
Ms. Williams is also highly involved on campus within a variety of organizations. Currently, she is in the legislative branch of Student Government at USF, serving as a Senator for the College of Engineering. She also enjoys serving as the Finance President for her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. When she has spare time, Ms. Williams enjoys delving into politics, reading, finding volunteer work within the community, and being anywhere near the ocean.
Morsani College of Medicine
Department of Internal Medicine
17 Davis Blvd., Suite 308
Tampa, FL 33606
Fax: (813) 259-0697