Morsani College of Medicine

Contact Us

Mark C. Glaum, MD PHD
Program Director
Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics

Hailey Palmer, M.Ed
Academic Service Administrator
Phone: (813) 250-2177
Fax: (813) 250-2790

Maria Kapusta Senior Education Specialist
Phone: (813) 250-2278
Fax: (813) 250-2790

Program Administration

Program Director: Mark C. Glaum, MD PHD
Assistant Director of Fellowship Programs: Sarah McCauley, MA
Academic Service Administrator: Hailey Palmer, MEd
Senior Education Specialist: Maria Kapusta

Teaching Sites

A 216-bed teaching hospital consists of more than 150 pediatric specialists and subspecialists who service over 40 medical and surgical specialty divisions providing state-of-the-art care for children. There are 35 pediatric residents in training at this time at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.

TGH is the area’s only level I trauma center and one of just three burn centers in Florida. TGH provides fellow education on their inpatient palliative consultation service. Faculty members cover the service with a 1:1 faculty/fellow ratio. The service sees 2-5 new patients per day with an average daily census of 15-20 patients. Fellows functions as part of an interdisciplinary team. They also manage patients in a dedicated palliative care suite. The fellows benefit from a diverse patient population with a broad range of diagnoses and palliative care needs.

MCC is designated as a National Cancer Institute (NCI) Comprehensive Cancer Center, is a not-for-profit institution. The fellow will participate in the services of the Psychosocial & Palliative Care Program at Moffitt. The Psychosocial & Palliative Care Program is engaged in clinical care, training, and research designed to address the emotional, social, spiritual, and physical needs of people affected by cancer. Clinical services are provided by an interdisciplinary team composed of professionals with expertise in clinical social work, hospital chaplaincy, clinical psychology, consultation-liaison psychiatry, pharmacy and neurology.

Founded by Dr. Richard F. Lockey in 1973, Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates of Tampa Bay now has five board-certified physicians on staff and we treat patients of all ages for allergic and asthmatic diseases.