WELCOME TO THE
BROWN INTERNAL MEDICINE - PEDIATRICS
WELCOME from our program directors
Thank you for your interest in our Medicine-Pediatrics Residency program. Our program encompasses an amazing group of residents, a dedicated Med-Peds-trained faculty, and a continuity site that serves as a home to the residents and the program. We benefit from strong and balanced categorical programs in Internal Medicine and in Pediatrics with highly committed department chairs and exceptional teaching faculty in each discipline. Founded in 1995, the Brown Med-Peds program offers four positions per year through ERAS and is fully accredited by the ACGME, the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Pediatrics.
The program faculty and residents, the categorical departments, and the institution strive to offer an academically-oriented training program that prepares exceptional physicians capable of providing high quality individual care and improving the health status of populations. We seek residents who are compassionate, intellectually curious, and committed to developing excellent clinical skills in preparation for their future endeavors. The graduates of our program join an ever-growing national community of Med-Peds trained physician leaders and educators in the areas of primary care, subspecialty care spanning pediatric and adult conditions, health care transitions, global health, and public health. It’s thrilling to see the high caliber of medical students interested in joining this specialty, and we appreciate your interest in our program. Please use this website to learn more about the Medicine-Pediatrics Program at Lifespan/Brown University and contact us if you have additional questions or feedback.
Suzanne McLaughlin, MD MSc FAAP FACP
Sybil Cineas, MD FAAP FACP
Associate Program Director
News for prospective Med-Peds applicants!
- Want to hear what Brown Med-Peds is all about? Check out our new program podcast!
- Want to see our residents in action? Check us out on Instagram @medpedsatbrown!
- Questions about Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Brown? Join the Brown Minority Housestaff Association (BMHA) and Brown Sexual and Gender Minority Alliance (BSGMA) for a virtual happy hour on the first Friday of every month at 7pm ET. Upcoming dates: 12/6/20 and 1/1/21 | Register Here!
- Kenzie Daniels, PGY4, Chelsea Boyd, PGY2, and Betsy Toll, MP Core Faculty, were recognized with Alpert Medical School of Brown University’s 2020 Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Awards!
- Sean Sanker, MP Class of 2020, was recognized with the Rhode Island ACP 2020 Resident Leadership Award for exceptional commitment to program, institutional, and community initiatives promoting diversity and inclusion!
- Justin Berk, MP Core Faculty, cofounded and launched The Cribsiders podcast! Justin also published an NEJM Perspective piece on buprenorphine prescribing!
- Suzanne McLaughlin, MP Core Faculty, published an AAIM Perspectives article on addressing the health needs of young adults!
- Patricia Poitevien, Pediatrics Core Faculty, published a Pediatrics Perspective piece on the impact of police brutality on children’s health! Pat also appears as a special guest on the Cribsiders podcast episode Race Correction in the UTI Guidelines!
- Sarah Rhoads, MP Class of 2020, and Matt Lorenz, MP Core Faculty, became Small Group Faculty for the Doctoring Program for first- and second-year medical students at Alpert Medical School of Brown University!
- Sam Masur, PGY3, presented his abstract entitled “Karius-ity and the Cat: Diagnosing Hepatosplenic Bartonella Using Next Generation DNA Sequencing and Imaging” at the AAP’s 2020 National Conference and Exhibition, Med-Peds Section!
- Ann Ding, PGY3, presented her abstract entitled “A Petite Too Sweet: a Case of Neonatal Hyperglycemia” at NMPRA’s 2020 National Conference!
- Erin Baroni, PGY4, published a photoclinic case entitled Nonossifying Fibroma on Consultant360!
- Lindsey Mahoney, PGY3, was accepted into the Clinician Educator Track for the Class of 2022!
- Betsy Toll, MP Core Faculty, is the conference chair of “The Patient and the Practitioner in the Age of Technology: Promoting Healing Relationships”! A virtual conference series running from October 2020 to May 2021, this international symposium focuses on the impact of the electronic health record (EHR) and other health information technologies (HIT) on the patient-practitioner relationship, how human relationships figure in software and device design and implementation, ethical stewardship of shared data, and current best practices for successfully integrating HIT into clinical practice, while keeping the patient at the center of care.
Visit our categorical programs in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics by clicking the links below.