Emory internal medicine residents publish first-author, peer-reviewed articles

Congratulations to the Emory internal medicine residents who recently published first-author, peer-reviewed articles.

Amar-Mandalia-MD-380x380Amar Mandalia, MD
“Fecal transplant is as effective and safe in immunocompromised as non-immunocompromised patients for Clostridium difficile.”
Int J Colorectal Dis

Michelle Clermont, MD
“Endoscopic mucosal ablation and over-the-scope clipping for fistula closure.”
Gastrointest Endosc

 

Hassan Khan, MD
“Length of hospital stay and 30-day readmission following heart failure hospitalization: insights from the EVEREST trial.
Eur J Heart Fail

James Macnamara, MD
“Novel Biomarkers for Cardiovascular Risk Assessment: current status and future directions.”
Future Cardiol

Deep Shah, MD
“Spontaneous Pneumothoraces due to Metastatic Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma in an HIV-infected Woman.”
Am J Respir Crit Care Med

Deep Shah, MD
“Polyarticular Gout Flare Masquerading as Sepsis.”
Am J Med

Amy Sherman, MD
“Extrahepatic manifestations of hepatitis C infection: navigating CHASM.”
Curr HIV/AIDS Rep

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