Episode 75: Human Dx unknown with Rabih and Einstein residents, Dr. Gandhi and Dr. Bressman – fever and headache

 
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Dr. Hajduczok presents a a Human Dx case to Einstein residents, Dr. Gandhi and Dr. Bressman, and Rabih.

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Dr. Himali Gandhi

I graduated from NYU medical school and am now finishing my PGY-3 year at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY. My clinical interests include preventative cardiology and medical education and I am excited to be starting my cardiology fellowship at Northshore University Hospital- Northwell in Long Island. When I am not in the hospital I love hiking, running, cooking, and exploring different styles of dance.

Dr. Max Bressman

I went to Swarthmore College where I played tennis for the college team (ranked top 25), went to NYU Medical School (switched to golf, now attempt to qualify for the US Open every year and came 1 stroke from making the US national amateur championship last year). Finishing PGY-3 year at Montefiore in the Bronx, NY. Was originally planning on cardiology, but changed my mind and am going to stay as a Hospitalist at Montefiore and get involved in education. While at Montefiore, published abstracts, posters, and just got a manuscript into AJM. Anand Jagannath was my chief as an intern and we wrote and abstract/poster (along with Firm-1 leader Matt Shaines) that won the top prize at SHM in 2018.

Alex Hajduczok

Alex Hajduczok is a second-year internal medicine resident at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. He is originally from Buffalo, New York and completed is undergraduate degree in biochemistry at the University of Rochester and stayed at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry for medical school. After residency, he plans to pursue a career as a clinician-investigator in cardiology. He is currently engaged in heart failure remote monitoring research at Penn State Hershey. In his free time, he enjoys working out, coaching CrossFit, and playing hockey.

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