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Scholarly Tracks

Starting in 2019, our program launched specialized tracks for residents with unique career interests. Applications open during the middle of the intern year, with acceptances announced in the Spring. Participation in the Tracks for the second and third year of residency affords unique schedule modifications, participation in the Medical Leaders Program, and completion of a core project during the course of residency.

There are four tracks:

  1. Health Systems & Hospital Medicine
  2. Health Disparities & Primary Care
  3. Clinician – Educator
  4. Clinician – Investigator (includes Physician Scientist Training Pathway)
Health Systems & Hospital Medicine
Name Project
Cameron Brimer MD The Patient Experience at Tampa General - a GME - wide initiative
Maher Elharake MD Health Informatics & Care Delivery Efficiency
Aditya Grover MD Quality Care Initiative at Moffitt Cancer Center
Samuel Jalali MD Creating an Interdisciplinary Team Model at Tampa General to Improve Care Delivery
Ashton Sequiera MD Congestive Heart Failure at Tampa General – at GME-wide initiative
Name Project
Ashley Eisner DO Educator Point-of-Care Ultrasound Curriculum for Inpatient wards
Daniel Lumpuy MD Investigator Hypertonic Saline in Heart Failure
Joseph Nadler MD Educator Bridging the gap from medical school and residency with Entrustable Professional Activities
Julia Zhang MD Investigator Cutaneous T cell Lymphoma & the Microbiome
Clinician – Investigator (Physician Scientist Training Pathway)
Name Project
Dae Hyun Lee MD Cardiology Hemodynamic Predictors of Right Heart Failure Requiring Right VAD after Continuous-flow Left VAD placement
Health Disparities & Primary Care
Name Project
Bryant Shuey MD Resident Buprenorphine Office Based Opioid Therapy – Building Clinical Operations
Kaitlin Werner MD Advanced care planning in the outpatient setting
Mikaela Aradi MD Resident Buprenorphine Office Based Opioid Therapy – Building Clinical Operations