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ABIM Research Pathway Overview

The Internal Medicine Residency Training Program offers a physician scientist program, the ABIM Research Pathway. Two to three applicants each year are accepted to this pathway who have evidence of significant previous research experience and a strong interest in a career as an academic physician-scientist. This track has two career pathways. The Subspecialty Research Pathway guarantees members a 2-year internal medicine residency, 1-2 years of clinical fellowship and 3 years of protected research training to facilitate future career development. The Internal Medicine Research Pathway guarantees a 2-year internal medicine residency and 3 years of protected research training. For more information on this program, please contact the Program by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or visit the ABIM web site for ABIM requirements and qualifications for Board certification


ABIM NEWS

CV Young Clinician Scientist award- Jason Guichard

GuichardJasonCongratulations to Jason Guichard, MD, PhD on winning the CV Young Clinician Scientist award at the Southern Regional Meetings.  Dr. Guichard is currently a PGY-5 resident in the ABIM Research Pathway program.  He is currently completing his fellowship work in the Division of Cardiology.





30th Annual Trainee Research Symposium Awardees

J. CLAUDE BENNETT AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH BY AN ASSOCIATE FELLOW
Erdmann  NathanAWARDEE: Nathan Erdmann, MD

Division: Infectious Diseases

Mentor: Paul Goepfert

HLA Class-II associated HIV polymorphisms predict novel CD4 T-cell responses

Jordan StephenHonorable Mention: Stephen J. Jordan, MD, PhD

Division: Infectious Diseases

Mentor: William Geisler

Identification of T-cell cytokine response that correlate with protection against chlamydia trachomatis” 

JOSEPH REEVES AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH BY A POST-DOCTORAL SCHOLAR
GuichardJasonHonorable Mention: Jason Guichard, MD, PhD

Division: Cardiovascular Disease

Mentor:  Lou Dell’Italia

Mitochondrial genetic background modulates the mitochondrial and cytoskeletal response to cyclical stretch in isolated adult cardiomyocytes”