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Asim Amin, MD, PhD Asim Amin, MD, PhD
Specialty: Hematology-Oncology/Immunotherapy
Medical School: King Edward Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan
Residency: George Washington University
Fellowship: Georgetown University, Lombardi Cancer Center
Special Info: Dr. Asim Amin joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2005. His special interests include immunotherapy and the care of patients with renal cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma.
Raymond F. Bianchi, MD, FACP Raymond F. Bianchi, MD, FACP
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of Florida
Residency: Carolinas Medical Center
Special Info: Dr. Raymond Bianchi joined the faculty in 1976. He was named the director of medicine clinics and associate chairman in 1980. In 1982, he joined Charlotte Medical Clinic; in 1994, he rejoined the faculty as the program director. In 2001, Dr. Bianchi became the department chair. His interests include resident education, team building and diagnostic dilemmas.
J. Matthew Blackwell, MD J. Matthew Blackwell, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: Medical College of Georgia
Residency: Carolinas Medical Center (Chief Resident)
Fellowship: Faculty Development in General Internal Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Special Info: Dr. Matt Blackwell joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2006. He served as Associate Program Director for over five years prior to accepting the position as Program Director. His interests include resident and medical student education, quality improvement, transitions of care, and team building.
Michael D. Boswell, MD Michael D. Boswell, MD
Specialty: IM/Hospital Medicine
Medical School: Howard University College of Medicine 2001
Residency: MetroHealth Medical Center, CASE School of Medicine, Internal Medicine 2004
Fellowship: MetroHealth Medical Center/University Hospitals/VAMC, CASE School of Medicine, Nephrology 2006
Special Info: Dr. Michael D. Boswell joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in October 2010 and has served Medical Director of Inpatient Services since January 2011. His interests include resident and medical student education, hypertension, primary care management of chronic kidney disease, and hospital-based medical practice.
Benjamin Bringardner, MD Benjamin Bringardner, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: Saint Louis University
Residency: Internal Medicine/Pediatrics: The Ohio State University Hospitals and Columbus Children's Hospital
Fellowship: Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care Medicine — The Ohio State University
Special Info: Pulmonary interests include Interstitial Lung Disease and Pulmonary Hypertension, Critical Care interests include end of life ethics; and social interests include Ohio State football.
Iris Cheng, MD Iris Cheng, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of California, San Francisco
Residency: University of California, San Francisco
Fellowship: University of Pennsylvania
Special Info: Dr. Iris Cheng serves as the third year medical student clerkship director for medical students from UNC-Chapel Hill. She has special interests in ambulatory education, preventive medicine, women's health and medical consultation.
Jianfeng Cheng, MD, PhD Jianfeng Cheng, MD, PhD
Specialty: Gastroenterology
Medical School: Zhejiang Medical University
Fellowship: Virginia Commonwealth University
Special Interests: General gastroenterology, inflammatory bowel disease and biostatistics as applied to clinical research in gastroenterology.
Steve Cochran, MD Steve Cochran, MD
Specialty: Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: Indiana University
Residency: Wake Forest University
Fellowship: Critical Care Medicine (also at Wake Forest University)
Special Info: Dr. Cochran joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2003 and has served as associate residency director since 2012. His interests include resident education and critical care medicine, with special focus on procedural skills, ventilator management, and sepsis.
Kenneth G. Coggins, MD Kenneth G. Coggins, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: Medical College of Georgia
Residency: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Fellowship: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Special Interests: Cystic fibrosis, pulmonary hypertension, interstitial lung disease, pulmonary manifestations of rheumatologic disease, lung cancer and smoking related lung disease.
Andrew deLemos, MD Andrew deLemos, MD
Specialty: Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Medical School: University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Fellowship: Massachusetts General Hospital
Special Interests: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, autoimmune hepatitis and liver transplantation.
John Doty, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
Residency: Internal Medicine/Pediatrics-The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
Fellowship: Medical University of South Carolina
Interests: Interstitial Lung Disease, Lung Cancer, Advanced Diagnostic Bronchoscopy.
Samantha Dreyer, MD Samantha Dreyer, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of Cape Town, South Africa
Residency and Chief Residency: Franklin Square Hospital
Special Info: Samantha Dreyer graduated from the University of Cape Town, South Africa in 1998. After graduation, she traveled and worked as a locum tenens in the United Kingdom for four years. Her clinical interests include teaching the clinical exam, integrating evidence-based medicine into healthcare and critical care as it applies to the general internist.
Andrew Dries, MD Andrew Dries, MD
Specialty: Gastroenterology
Medical School: University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry
Residency: Vanderbilt University
Fellowship: Gastroenterology, Baylor College of Medicine
Special Info: Dr. Dries joined the faculty in 2007. His special interests include Endoscopic Ultrasound and ERCP.
Kelli Dunn, MD Kelli Dunn, MD
Specialty: Endocrinology
Medical School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency: Carolinas Medical Center
Fellowship: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Endocrinology
Special Info: Dr. Kelli Dunn joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2006. Her special interests include resident education and improving practice models for the outpatient care of diabetes.
Lydia M. Efird, MD Lydia M. Efird, MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency: Boston University School of Medicine
Special Interests: Women’s Health
Kevin Fisher, MD Kevin M. Fischer, MD, MPH
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency: Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Fellowship: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Special Info: Dr. Fischer joined Charlotte Medical Clinic in 2012. Special interests include: quality improvement, sepsis, ARDS, sarcoidosis and COPD.
Michelle L. Foster, MD Michelle L. Foster, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency: Carolinas Medical Center
Special Info: Dr. Michelle Foster joined the department after completing her residency at Carolinas Medical Center in 2004. She now serves as an attending at CMC-Myers Park, the outpatient medical clinic associated with our program. Her interests include indigent care and geriatrics.
Scott L. Furney, MD, FACP Scott L. Furney, MD, FACP
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of Michigan
Residency: University of Michigan
Fellowship: Faculty Development Program, Stanford University
Special Info: Dr. Scott Furney joined the faculty in 2002. His interests include the study and practice of evidence-based medicine, quality improvement, medical education and faculty development of clinical teaching skills. Dr. Furney was named the Vice-Chair of the department in 2005, and was named the Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine in 2008.
Jonathan Gee, MD Jonathan Gee, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: Medical University of South Carolina
Residency: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Special Info: Jon joined the faculty at CMC in 2007 after completing a combined residency in Medicine/Pediatrics. His interests include general medicine and pediatrics with an emphasis on medical education, diagnostic thinking and ambulatory care delivery. He has recently taken up yoga, so feel free to call him if your chakras are misaligned.
Michael Green, MD Michael Green, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: University of Kentucky
Residency: The Ohio State University
Fellowship: The Ohio State University
Michael W. Haley, MD Michael W. Haley, MD
Specialty: Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: University of South Carolina
Residency: Carolinas Medical Center
Fellowship: National Institutes of Health, Critical Care Medicine
Special Info: Dr. Michael Haley joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2004. His interests include resident/medical student education with special emphasis toward evidence-based medicine and its application in the care of critically ill patients.
Alan Heffner, MD Alan Heffner, MD
Specialty: Critical Care Medicine
Residency: Emergency Medicine, Carolinas Medical Center
Fellowship: Critical Care, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Interests: Cardiovascular resuscitation, Heart-lung interaction and Therapeutic hypothermia
Robert A. Heyer, MD Robert A. Heyer, MD
Specialty: Pulmonology
Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern
Residency: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Fellowship: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Pulmonology
Special Info: Dr. Rob Heyer joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2002. He now serves as the director of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Division.
James Horton, MD James Horton, MD
Specialty: Infectious Diseases
Medical School: Duke University
Residency: University of Florida
Fellowship: Infectious Diseases, Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans, University of Colorado Special Info: Dr. James Horton joined the faculty in 1991 after being in private practice for seven years. His interests include education of students and residents, general infectious diseases as well as HIV.
Daniel Howard, MD Daniel Howard, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: University of Wisconsin, Madison
Residency: Barnes Hospital/Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.
Fellowship: Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.
Special Info: Cystic Fibrosis, Lung Transplantation, Pulmonary complications of organ transplantation, and all aspects of General Pulmonary inpatient and outpatient consultation.
Lane K. Jacobs, MD Lane K. Jacobs, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of Oklahoma
Residency: Emory University
Special Info: Dr. Lane Jacobs joined the faculty at CMC in 1997 after six years on faculty and in private practice at Emory. His interests include delivery of care to the medically underinsured, perioperative medical consultation and risk assessment, and thromboprophylaxis. Our goal is a "private practice" ambulatory care environment to best prepare our residents for life outside training.
Suneet Kaur, MD Suneet Kaur, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine/Women's Health
Medical School: Albany Medical College, Albany, NY
Residency: University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
Fellowship in Women's Health: Duke University
Masters: Duke University, Master's in Health Sciences Research
Special Info: Suneet Kaur joined the faculty of CMC in 2008. Her special interests include resident and medical student education, women's health and ambulatory care.
Jason Lewis, MD Jason Lewis, MD
Specialty: Gastroenterology
Medical School: SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY
Residency: University of Virginia (Chief Resident)
Fellowship: University of Michigan (Chief Fellow)
Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship: Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia PA
Special info: Dr. Lewis joined the faculty of Carolinas Medical Center in 2012. His interests include Endoscopic Ultrasound, ERCP and enteral stenting in the setting of benign and malignant pancreaticobiliary and gastrointestinal diseases. In addition, Dr. Lewis has a special interest in endoscopic ablative therapy for unresectable cholangiocarcinoma.
Scott Lindblom, MD Scott Lindblom, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
Residency: Medical College of Wisconsin
Fellowship: Barnes Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.
Special Info: Interested in the cardiovascular effects of sleep-disordered breathing, management of chronic respiratory failure in neuromuscular weakness, and asthma. Dr. Lindblom is also affiliated with the ALS center.
Laszlo Littmann, MD, PhD, FACP Laszlo Littmann, MD, PhD, FACP
Specialty: Cardiology
Medical School: Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
Residency: 3rd Department of Medicine, Semmelweis University, Budapest
Fellowship: Postgraduate Medical School, Budapest
Special Info: Dr. Laszlo Littmann joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 1992. He is chief of the Division of Cardiology at the Department of Internal Medicine and medical director of the Heart Failure Program. His main interests include congestive heart failure, cardiac arrhythmias, resident education and clinical research.
Allen Lloyd, MD Allen Lloyd, MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of Tennessee
Residency: University of Hawaii
Special Info: Dr. Lloyd's interests include cardiology, evidence based medicine, and ethics. He is a proponent for the traditional inpatient and outpatient model of internal medicine. Outside of medicine, his interests include traveling, surfing, and Hawaii.
Robert M. Lombard, Jr., MD Robert M. Lombard, Jr., MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of the Pennsylvania State University
Residency: Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa.
Fellowship: The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of the Pennsylvania State University
Special Info: Dr. Lombard joined the faculty in January 2008 after 25 years in private practice. His clinical interests include COPD and ventilator management of the critically ill patient. Outside interests include tennis and fishing.
Edith H. Miller, MD Edith H. Miller, MD
Specialty: Endocrinology
Medical School: University of Virginia/Medical University of South Carolina
Residency: Miami Valley Hospital
Fellowship: Joslen Clinic and Lahey Clinic
Special Info: Dr. Edith Miller joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 1994. She serves as section head of the Division of Endocrinology and medical director of the Carolinas Diabetes Center. Her interests include diabetes in pregnancy, polycystic ovarian syndrome and metabolic syndrome.
Kristi Moore, MD Kristi Moore, MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Residency: University of Maryland Medical Center and Baltimore Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center (Baltimore, MD)
Chief Resident: University of Maryland Medical Center and Mercy Medical Center (Baltimore, MD)
Special Info: Dr. Kristi Moore joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2012. Her interests include resident and medical student education, evidence-based medicine, quality improvement, and consult medicine.
Leslie Pack, MD Leslie Pack Ranken, MD
Specialty: Rheumatology
Medical School: Marshall University
Residency: Carolinas Medical Center
Fellowship: Wake Forest
Special Info: My special interests are seeing patients with lupus and vasculitis, bone densitometry, and resident/student education.
Charles H. Packman, MD Charles H. Packman, MD
Specialty: Hematology/Oncology
Medical School: Louisiana State University
Residency: University of North Carolina, University of Rochester
Fellowship: University of Rochester
Special Info: Dr. Charles Packman joined Carolinas Medical Center from University of Rochester where he was medicine clerkship director and hematology/oncology fellowship director until 1998. He is currently division chief of hematology/ oncology. His major interests include resident education, benign hematologic diseases and consultative hematology and oncology.
Katie Passaretti, MD Katie Passaretti, MD
Specialty: Infectious Diseases
Medical School: Johns Hopkins
Residency: Internal Medicine: Johns Hopkins
Fellowship: Infectious Diseases: Johns Hopkins
Special Info: Special interest in hospital epidemiology and infection control, drug resistant organisms, hospital acquired infections and public reporting. Dr. Passaretti serves as the hospital epidemiologist for the Metro CMC facilities.
Thomas Roberts, MD Thomas A. Roberts Jr., MD
Subspecialty: Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Specialty: Internal Medicine
College and Medical School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Externships: Mayo Clinic, Warwick Hospital, Warwick, England
Residency and G. I. Fellowship: Ohio State University Hospitals
Special Information: Dr. Roberts retired from his private G.I. practice in Charlotte after 33 years to join the faculty at CMC to assist Dr. Scobey in developing the G. I. Fellowship program. Areas of interest include General gastroenterology, endoscopy and IBD.
Mark Russo, MD Mark Russo, MD
Specialty: Transplant Hepatology
Medical School: Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, New York
Residency: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Fellowship: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Special Info: Board-certified in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, Transplant Hepatology. Dr. Russo also has special interests in liver diseases, liver transplantation and is active in research in hepatitis B, C, fatty liver disease,and drug-induced liver injury.
Animita C. Saha, MD Animita C. Saha, MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Medical School: NRS Medical College, India
Residency: Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, NY
Special Info: Dr. Saha joined Carolinas Medical Center in June 2008, and serves as the Clinic Director for Internal Medicine at CMC-Myers Park. She is interested in quality improvement initiatives, particularly in underserved populations, and teaching the principals of primary care to residents. She is also very active in advocacy for autism research and services. In her free time, she loves to read and spend time with her two children.
Paul Schmeltzer, MD Paul Schmeltzer, MD
Specialty: Transplant Hepatology
Medical School: Georgetown University
Residency: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Fellowship: University of Cincinnati (Gastroenterology) and Mayo Clinic Rochester (Transplant Hepatology)
Special Info: Dr. Paul Schmeltzer joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2011. His areas of interest include viral hepatitis, drug-induced liver injury, and hepatobiliary malignancy.
Martin W. Scobey, MD Martin W. Scobey, MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Sub-specialty: Gastroenterology
Medical School: University of Tennessee
Residency: University of Tennessee
Fellowship: Gastroenterology, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
Special Info: Prior to joining the faculty, Dr. Scobey worked as a practicing gastroenterologist at the Charlotte Medical Clinic from 1991 to 2006. He joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in January 2007. Special interests include general gastroenterology, esophageal disorders and inflammatory bowel disease. Dr. Scobey is the Gastroenterology Fellowship Program Director.
Kenneth L. Shauger, MD Kenneth L. Shauger, MD
Specialty: Neurology
Medical School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, San Antonio
Fellowship: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, San Antonio
Special Info: Dr. Kenneth Shauger served in the U.S. Air Force for nine years. He joined the faculty at CMC in 2004 after working in private practice. His interests are stroke and focal peripheral neuropathies.
Jaspal Singh, MD, MHA Jaspal Singh, MD, MHA
Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital
Fellowship: Duke University Medical Center
Special Info: Dr. Jaspal Singh joined the CMC faculty in 2007 after serving on the faculty at Duke University Medical Center. In addition to doing pulmonary and critical care consultations, he has interests and special training in sleep disorders, asthma, pleural disease and advanced diagnostic bronchoscopy.
Kenneth J. Singhel MD Kenneth J. Singhel MD
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: State University of New York Upstate Medical University
Residency: Strong Memorial Hospital/University of Rochester
Chief Residency: Strong Memorial Hospital/University of Rochester
Special Info: Dr. Singhel joined the Carolinas Medical Center in 2011. He has a strong interest in general internal medicine, evidence based medicine and resident and medical student education. He was the program director for the internal medicine residency at the Guthrie Clinic prior to joining the faculty at CMC.
Lance K. Stell, MA, PhD, FACFE Lance K. Stell, MA, PhD, FACFE
Specialty: Medical Ethicist
Special Info: Dr. Stell joined the faculty in 1990. He serves as vice-chair of the Ethics Committee and directs the Ethics Consultation Service and regularly teaches medical ethics and issues in professionalism for numerous specialties. He serves on the North Carolina Medical Society's Committee on Ethical & Judicial Affairs and the Grievance Committee for the 26th Judicial District of the N.C. Bar Association. He is a Fellow in the American College of Forensic Examiners and regularly serves as an expert witness in law cases involving ethical standards. He has served as a Board member of Charlotte's Bioethics Resource Group since 1989.
E. Shannon Story, MD E. Shannon Story, MD
Specialty: Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
Medical School: University of Mississippi
Internship: Duke University
Residency: University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
Fellowship: University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
Special Interests include Adrenal, Thyroid, and Pituitary disorders. Enjoys teaching medical students and residents.
Scott Story, MD Scott Story, MD
Specialty: Neurology
Medical School: University of Mississippi
Residency: University of Virginia
Fellowship: University of Virginia - EMG and Neuromuscular disease
Special Info: Interests include all general neurology and peripheral nerve disorders including polyneuropathy, entrapment neuropathy and radiculopathy.
William C. Sugg, Jr. MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine/Pulmonary Disease
Undergraduate degree: Auburn University
Medical School: Emory University
Residency: UNC-Chapel Hill
Fellowship: Chest/Infectious Disease, UNC-Chapel Hill
Military Service: USAF Medical Corps
Special Info: Dr. Sugg joined the Charlotte Medical Clinic in 1967, where he was in private practice and served as a volunteer house staff attending for 35 years. In 2002 he joined the faculty as a full time faculty member and assumed the chairmanship of the CHS Physicians Network Leadership Council. He is a clinical Professor of Medicine at UNC-CH and has a special interest in physician leadership development and medical professionalism.
Ashley Love Sumrall, MD Ashley Love Sumrall, MD
Specialty: Neuro-oncology, Oncology, Hematology
Medical School: University of Mississippi
Residency: University of Mississippi
Fellowship: University of Mississippi-Hematology and Oncology
Fellowship: Duke University- Neuro-oncology
Special Info: Dr. Sumrall joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2011. Her interests include clinical research in neuro-oncology and hematologic effects of therapies for brain tumors. She is a mother of three and enjoys volunteering for various organizations in the community.
Beth E. Susi, MD, FACP Beth E. Susi, MD, FACP
Specialty: General Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of Florida
Residency: University of Virginia
Fellowship: Faculty Development Program, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Special Info: Dr. Beth Susi joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 1997. She previously served as the Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program for over ten years. Her interests include resident and medical student education, palliative care, physician-pharmaceutical industry interactions, and the treatment of obesity.
Justin Swartz, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: University of South Carolina
Residency: University of South Carolina/Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital
Fellowship: The Cleveland Clinic
Special Info: Particular interest in advanced bronchoscopic techniques, interstitial lung disease, ventilator weaning and resident education.
Robert A. Taylor, MD Robert A. Taylor, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary/Critical Care
Medical School: Medical College of Georgia
Residency: Carolinas Medical Center
Fellowship: Medical College of Georgia
Special Info: Dr. Robert Taylor joined the faculty in 2005 after 18 years in private practice. Special interests include asthma, cystic fibrosis and alternative modes of mechanical ventilation.
David A. Weinrib, MD David A. Weinrib, MD
Medical School: University of Alabama
Residency: Beth Israel Hospital, Boston
Fellowship: Brigham & Women's Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital
Special Info: Dr. David Weinrib joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 1995. From 2000-2009, Dr. Weinrib served as the medical director of the Ryan White Title II and III grant that subsidizes outpatient HIV care, Infectious Disease Clinic and supervises the HIV disease management program. His interests include general infectious disease consultation, HIV medicine and palliative care.
Cheryl Weyers, MD Cheryl Weyers, MD
Specialty: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical School: University of Pittsburgh
Residency: Internal Medicine; Emory University
Fellowship: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine; Emory University
Special Info: Critical Care interests include sepsis and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Pulmonary interests include lung cancer and interstitial lung disease.
Philippe Zamor, MD Philippe Zamor, MD
Specialty: Hepatology
Medical School: Boston University
Residency: Boston University
Fellowship: (Liver Transplantation/Hepatology) Columbia University
Fellowship: (Gastroenterology) University of Cincinnati
Special Info: Dr. Zamor joined the faculty in 2010. He has a special interest in hepatology and liver transplantation. He currently has many ongoing clinical trials for chronic hepatitis C. He has also done outreach medicine in his family’s native homeland of Haiti.

 

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