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Matthew R. Imm, M.D.

Información general

Matthew R. Imm, M.D.

Contacto

Idiomas

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Haitian

Certificaciones

  • American Board of Internal Medicine
  • American Board of Pediatrics

Especialidades

  • Pediatrics
  • Internal Medicine
  • Hospitalist

Puestos

  • Assistant Clerkship Director 3rd year Internal medicine clerkship
  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

Premios

Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Intern of the year
American Medical Association Foundation Excellence in Medicine Leadership
The Lancet Award for Outstanding Community Service by a Medical Student

Educación

2007-2011 Doctor of Medicine; Cum Laude
The Ohio State University, College of Medicine
2003-2007 Bachelor of Science in Chemistry; Magna Cum Laude
The College of William and Mary

Publicaciones

  • Imm, M, Pimping as a Practice in Medical Education. JAMA, 2016;315(20):2235-2236
  • At a loss for words: A Challenging Case of HSV Encephalitis, 6/3/15
  • A Stranger in a Strange Land: Medical Consultation and the Broad Differential of Delirium, 4/27/16
  • Harbron, E.J., Hadley, D.H.and Imm, M.R 2006, Solvent effects on phototriggered conformational changes in an azobenzene-functionalized poly(p-phenylene vinylene). Journal of Photochemistry and PhotobiologyA, 186, 2- 3, 151-157, 2006.08.002
  • Harbron, E.J., Vicente, D.A., Hadley, D.H., and Imm, M.R.,2005,Phototriggered Fluorescence Color Changes in Azobenzene-Functionalized Conjugated Polymers, J. Phys. Chem. A, 109, 48, 10846 - 10853, 2005, 10.1021

Biografía

Dr. Matthew Imm is a cum laude graduate of The Ohio State University College of Medicine and completed his combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency and chief residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He joined the faculty of the Division of Hospital Medicine in July 2015. He is an outstanding Med-Peds academic hospitalist with outstanding teaching ratings from his learners. Dr. Imm’s Letter to the Editor on the detrimental effects of pimping in medical education was published in JAMA. He was recently appointed an associate director of the internal medicine clerkship for the 3rd year medical students at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

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