Imperiale, Kahi published in Annals of Internal Medicine
Congratulations to Division of Gastroenterology professors Charles Kahi and Thomas Imperiale. Their work, “Colonoscopy and Colorectal Cancer Mortality in the Veterans Affairs Health Care System: A Case–Control Study” was just published in Annals of Internal Medicine. In this study using national VA–Medicare data, colonoscopy was associated with significant reductions in CRC mortality among veterans and was associated with greater benefit for left-sided cancer than right-sided cancer.
Rohr-Kirchgraber receives AMWA leadership award
Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, Barbara F. Kampen Scholar in Women’s Health and Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Division of Internal Medicine, will be honored for her leadership at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Medical Women’s Association. The Bertha Van Hoosen Award is given to physicians who demonstrate execptional leadership and service to women and physicians and students through the AMWA. In nominating her, Rohr-Kirchgraber’s local and national leadership efforts along with her mentorship skills were cited. Learn more about the award from the AWMA.