The Department of Medicine faculty is a diverse group of clinicians, researchers and teachers.
Faculty members are actively involved in novel clinical programs, sponsored bench and clinical research, and education. Whether in the classroom, at the bedside, or in the laboratory, our faculty is dedicated to the training of housestaff and to fostering a productive educational environment. The profile of Dr. Bell below is an example of the excellent faculty members you can expect to work with during your residency. You can find links below to profiles of many more of our exceptional faculty members.
I was born in Boston but spent most of my childhood in Lynchburg, VA. After graduating from UVA with a degree in African-American and African Studies, I completed medical school at Columbia University and then internal medicine residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital. I was fortunate to be a chief resident at MGH and then completed an infectious disease fellowship at the combined Mass General and Brigham and Women’s Hospital program. I guess this wasn’t enough, so I completed a critical care fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. I am currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the divisions of Infectious Disease and Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine and Assistant Director of the Medical ICU. I also direct the Summer Medical Leadership Program through the Diversity Office. Lastly, I’m currently enrolled in the Executive MBA program at the UVA Darden School of Business. I have many interests, though I’m most interested in improving inpatient healthcare delivery through the smart use of technology and increasing workforce diversity.