Department of Medicine

The University of Virginia Department of Medicine comprises 373 faculty members, 29 NPs and PAs, 105 residents-in-training, 98 clinical and postdoctoral fellows, and approximately 330 staff employees.

The Department strives to provide excellent patient care, educate the next generation of clinicians and healthcare leaders, and promote cutting-edge biomedical research.

Education Programs in the Department of Medicine

With over 300 faculty members Medical Students, Residents and Fellows are offered a large portfolio of options.

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UVA Endocrinology & Metabolism Fellowship Program

The Endocrinology/Metabolism Training Program provides intensive clinical training (and research training, if applicable) for physicians who have completed a residency in internal medicine...

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UVA Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program

The goal of all the Division's training programs is to prepare graduate students, postdoctoral and medical fellows as independent investigators in the field of infectious diseases. Our philosophy is that interactions between basic scientists and clinicians in research and during training are essential for the breakthroughs and discoveries needed in this field...

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UVA Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program

The Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship at UVA is a three-year program that provides a strong background in clinical pulmonary medicine and the management of critically ill patients...

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Michael E. Williams, Division of Hematology and Oncology

"I'm a clinical investigator in the University of Virginia Comprehensive Cancer Center, and I'm so grateful and excited to be involved in a field where there's been such dramatic progress in treatment options and cures for so many patients with cancer and blood disease."

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Jamieson Bourque, MD, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine

"My research is focused on patients who have unexplained chest pain. They often have significantly reduced functional status and uncomfortable symptoms, and we are looking at ways to use exercise and other novel therapies to help diagnose these patients so they understand why they're having chest pain and how to manage their symptoms and improve their functional status."

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Eric Hendrickson, PhD, Division of Hematology and Oncology

"I'm a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hematology and Oncology, and my laboratory works on mammalian DNA double strand break repair, which is related to a variety of human disorders. Aging cancer, immune deficiencies."

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Medicine Matters Newsletter All News »

Division of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology Research and Educational Update – May 2024

Message from Michael Nelson MD PhD, Division Chief Asthma, Allergy & Immunology As the end of another academic year approaches, I look back over the excitement of the past year…

Message from the Chair – May 2024

I hope everyone is doing great. This month’s Medicine Matters is an excellent example of our amazing community in the Department of Medicine. Not only are we surrounded by world-class…

Hematology Oncology Research and Education Update – April 2024

Message from Karen Ballen MD, Division of Hematology & Oncology Chief I am so proud to present the accomplishments of our incredible Hematology/Oncology team. We have had another banner year…

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