Alvin Jeon, MD

Alvin Jeon, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Alvin Jeon, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. He received his medical degree from Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo and completed his internal medicine residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis. He has a growing interest in medical education and efficient inpatient care. He attends primarily on the general inpatient hospitalist and oncology hospitalist services at this time, and he looks forward to working with students and residents.

Joyce Ji, MD

Joyce Ji, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Joyce Ji, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine with a special interest in education. She attends frequently on the inpatient medicine teaching service in addition to educating students and residents while caring for patients directly on the hospitalist service. She is completing the POCUS Credentialing Pathway in order to improve her utilization of POCUS both in patient care and in trainee education. In addition to student and resident education, Dr. Ji also has a particular interest in faculty education. She serves as the Hospitalist Grand Rounds Chair as part of the Education Committee, and coordinates with experts from different departments and interests to present at the weekly Grand Rounds. She has additional interests in quality improvement and faculty development. As part of the Executive Committee for Advancing Women’s Careers, she is working on promoting transparency and communication within the Department of Medicine in order to improve gender equity.

Eric Johnson, MD

Eric Johnson, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Eric K. Johnson, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine.  His work responsibilities balance inpatient care on the Hospitalist and Consult services with supervising as attending on both the Firm and Procedure services.  Primary interests include medical student and resident education, particularly guiding and optimizing evidence-based patient care and honing clinical problem-solving skills.  Accordingly, he is a regular discussant at the weekly CPC (Clinicopathologic Conference), which showcases astute medical diagnosis through a multidisciplinary approach, and he has received multiple Teacher of the Year awards to date.  He has also contributed to three consecutive editions of The Washington Manual of Medical Therapeutics.  An additional, albeit more informal passion of his has been following the COVID-19 pandemic since its inception, which has so far yielded several publications in peer-reviewed journals.

Lalit  Kalvala, MD

Lalit Kalvala, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Lalit Kalvala, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. He primarily works on general medicine floors and occasionally on oncology and bone marrow transplant floors. He contributes to the recruitment of hospitalists by serving as a member of the Hospitalist Recruitment Committee. Additionally, he is dedicated to patient safety and quality improvement, participating as a member of the Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Committee.

Ankita Kapoor, MD

Ankita Kapoor, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Ankita Kapoor, MD, joined the Division of Hospital Medicine as a Clinical Instructor in Medicine in October 2022. She provides direct care to patients admitted on the Hospitalist Service at BJH as well as BJWCH. She is the designated Physician Liaison to the Advanced Practice Clinicians in the Division of Hospital Medicine. She enjoys teaching residents and medical students along with the PA students. She has assisted with curating an APC educational Curriculum and a robust APC evaluation process. She is also assisting with the establishment of an APC Residency Program at WashU. Dr. Kapoor serves on several committees within the Division, such as Physician and APC Recruitment, Quality Improvement & Patient Safety as well as Orientation Task Force. She also aids in interviewing and recruiting medical students for the IM Residency Program. Her current areas of interest are general internal medicine, particularly hospital medicine and inpatient services.

Christina Kearse, MD

Christina Kearse, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Martin Kerrigan, MD

Martin Kerrigan, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Martin Kerrigan, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and serves as a Co-Director of the Internal Medicine Service in the Division of Hospital Medicine.  Marty serves as the Internal Medicine Associate Clerkship Director for the School of Medicine and works as a Physician Utilization Management Advisor for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.  His clinical interests include medical consultation, medical student education, curriculum development, and providing high value clinical care.  He attends on the inpatient general medicine teaching service (Firm), on the medicine consult service, and on the hospitalist direct care service.

Daniel Kichura, MD

Daniel Kichura, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Yamuna  Kondapally, MD

Yamuna Kondapally, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Yamuna Reddy Kondapally, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. Prior to joining the division, Dr. Kondapally worked as a primary care physician in a rural community in Hemet, California. She received her medical degree from Osmania Medical College, India and residency in Internal Medicine from Saint Peters University Hospital/Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson medical school. She has a special interest in Hematology/Oncology. Currently working as an attending physician on oncology hospitalist service.

Danielle Kubicki, MD

Danielle Kubicki, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Danielle Kubicki, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine.  She received her medical degree at Vanderbilt University and trained in internal medicine at Washington University in St. Louis/BJH, where she completed the BJH/WashU Primary Care in Internal Medicine program.  She has furthered her medical education through contributions to the national Society of General Internal Medicine and the Human Diagnosis Project.  She enjoys teaching residents and medical students on the Hospitalist service.  As a graduate of the Primary Care in Internal Medicine program, she has a particular interest in helping patients transition seamlessly from the hospital to the outpatient setting.

Randy Laine, MD, PhD

Randy Laine, MD, PhD

Instructor in Medicine

Alex Lane, MD

Alex Lane, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Alex Lane, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine and Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He has interests in medical education of residents, high value care and quality improvement, and inpatient treatment of opiate use disorder. Dr. Lane serves as Co-Director for Intern Education for the Division of Hospitalist Medicine. He attends as a general hospitalist as well as the general medicine inpatient teaching service (FIRM.) He serves on the BJH Glycemic Management Committee and the DHM Education committee, and he has published recent literature using mindful lab ordering to reduce inpatient lab draws.

Gina LaRossa, MD

Gina LaRossa, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Gina LaRossa, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. She serves as medical director for the 3500 Observation Unit, director of the ED Hospitalist program, co-director of the Medicine Consult service and as key clinical faculty for the Internal Medicine Residency Program. Gina has interests in clinical operations, medical education and quality improvement.  She attends frequently on the inpatient medicine teaching service and medicine consult service, as well as caring for patients directly on the hospitalist service.

Eileen Lee, MD

Eileen Lee, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Eileen Lee, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Co-Director of the School of Medicine's Phase III Capstone Course, which reinforces and evaluates skills essential for students' transition to residency.  Dr. Lee has extensive experience in communication skills training, frequently facilitates communication skills exercises for students and residents, and directs the medicine clerkship's motivational interviewing session.  As part of the Division of Hospital Medicine's Faculty Development Committee, she helped create the Roads to Success seminar, which imparts junior medicine faculty with basic teaching skills and other foundational knowledge important for a career in academic medicine.  She also created the Division's Peer Observation of Teaching Program.  Clinically, she serves as an attending on the inpatient medicine (FIRM) service and the procedure service, and she provides direct patient care on the hospitalist service.  She is a fellow in the School of Medicine's Academy of Educators and a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine, the American College of Physicians, and the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine.

Lyndon Lee, MD

Lyndon Lee, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Lyndon Lee, MD, is a clinical Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. He received his medical degree from Texas A&M University and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Texas at Houston in 2023. His practice involves caring for acutely ill patients in the hospital. His clinical interests include utilizing point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) for diagnostic and therapeutic applications in an inpatient setting. He also has a significant interest in medical education and enjoys working with and teaching medical students and residents.

Han  Li, MD

Han Li, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Han Li, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. She attends on hospitalist direct care and medicine resident teaching services, and practices in inpatient and post-acute care settings. She is the Director of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety for the Division of Hospital Medicine. She has worked in and led multidisciplinary groups implementing evidence-based medicine into usual care, including development of the WashU COVID care manual during the pandemic, improvement of antibiotic delivery to patients with septic shock, and promotion of wise lab utilization. Current interests are in quality improvement, medical education, clinical decision support and user design.

Kevin Li, MD

Kevin Li, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Michael Lin, MD

Michael Lin, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Michael Lin, MD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Senior Fellow of Hospital Medicine. His interests include teaching and education, process improvement, and utilization management. He serves on the Internal medicine residency program evaluation committee, the Department of Medicine’s operations executive council, and multiple other committees for both Washington University and BJC Healthcare.  He serves on the Society of Hospital Medicine Annual Conference Committee and a member of the Executive Council of the Society of Hospital Medicine Interhospital Transfer Special Interest Group. He chaired two Society of Hospital Medicine’s Academic Hospitalist Leadership Summits and served on the Society of Hospital Medicine’s Academic committee. He is president-elect of the Barnes Jewish Hospital Medical Staff Association. He serves as a physician advisor for Barnes-Jewish Hospital. He is the medical director of the BJC Healthcare system transfer center covering 11 hospitals across the system.

Patricia Litkowski, MD

Patricia Litkowski, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Patricia Litkowski, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and the Medical Director of Patient Experience at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. She also serves as the Director of Hospitalist Services for Inpatient Medical Oncology. She has interest in the care of hospitalized patients with cancer, interprofessional communication and teamwork, and improving the overall experience that patients have while receiving care in the hospital. Her research interests include reducing readmissions and improving length of stay.

Adam Littich, MD

Adam Littich, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Adam Littich, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and the Medical Director of the Hospitalist Service at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital (BJWCH).  He is the Chief of Staff at BJWCH until 2026, where he represents the entire medical staff and serves as a liaison between the hospital and the physicians and other providers.  He is active in leadership at BJWCH, being involved in all aspects of the delivery of inpatient care.  He is a member of multiple committees and has a strong interest in quality improvement and high value inpatient care.  In addition to his leadership roles, he continues to enjoy direct patient care as a full-time hospitalist at BJWCH.  Dr. Littich also educates future physicians via the medicine teaching services (FIRM Medicine, Procedure Team) at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.  He has been a member of the Division of Hospital Medicine since 2012.

Shiyuan Liu, MD

Shiyuan Liu, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Anabeth (Shiyuan) Liu, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine, who works on the bone marrow transplant and oncology services. She has special interests in hematology, oncology, health services and outcomes, and community outreach. She has presented posters at the American Society of Clinical Oncology and American Society of Hematology conferences. She is in the process of preparing a manuscript focused on risks of acute care utilization in people with opioid use and co-occurring sickle cell disease. She serves on the BMT/oncology and wellness committees. She also collaborated with the Patient Care Operations committee to draft Transition of Service expectations in order to help reduce gaps in care during the hospitalist weekly shift change.

Sonya Liu, MD

Sonya Liu, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Sonya Liu, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine and enjoys working on a variety of different inpatient hospitalist services including general hospitalist service, medicine firm teaching service, nocturnist/admitter, ED hospitalist, oncology/BMT service, Barnes West County, and medical consultation services at TRISL. She currently serves on the hospitalist patient care operations committee as well as participates on the Washington University School of Medicine Committee on Admissions to review and rate applications as part of the medical student admissions process. Her areas of interest include teaching medical students and residents, antimicrobial stewardship, and optimizing transitions of care (for example, medication reconciliation on admission and discharge).

Ningning Ma, MD

Ningning Ma, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Ningning Ma, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine.  She completed internal medicine residency at Washington University in St. Louis/Barnes-Jewish Hospital.  She is a member of the patient care operations committee. Her primary role is direct care of hospitalized patients at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. She has a particular interest in nocturnist medicine and nighttime resident education.

Sarakshi Mahajan, MD

Sarakshi Mahajan, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Sarakshi Mahajan, MD, joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine as a clinical instructor in July, 2023. She recently completed her fellowship in geriatrics from University of Arkansas Medical Sciences in June, 2023. Her special clinical interests encompass inpatient medicine, with emphasis on patient safety and quality improvement, medical education, geriatric medicine and improvement of elderly care in hospitals, neuro-cognitive disorders, and public health. Her research interests include microbiome and its role in neuro-cognitive impairment, role of artificial intelligence in medicine, improving outcomes in patients with delirium, and identifying and reducing caregiver stress.

Khalid Mahmood, MD

Khalid Mahmood, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Robert Mahoney, MD, FACP, SFHM

Robert Mahoney, MD, FACP, SFHM

Associate Professor of Medicine

Robert Mahoney, MD, FACP, SFHM, is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Washington University. He serves as Vice Chief of Clinical Efficiency for the Division of Hospital Medicine and Lead Utilization Management Physician Advisor for Barnes-Jewish Hospital. He chairs the Hospital Medicine division’s Education Committee and Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s Health Information Management committee; he co-chairs the Hospital’s Laboratory Stewardship committee and serves on School of Medicine’s Committee on Admissions. He attends on the direct care and teaching (Firm) services at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and the internal medicine consult service and the bedside procedure service. His expertise includes medical coding and documentation, health information management, medical education, evidence-based medicine, and case management and care progression. He is certified in physician-based coding and has been named Fellow of the American College of Physicians, Senior Fellow of the Society of Hospital Medicine, and a Castle Connolly Top Doctor.

Jeffrey  Marinshaw, MD

Jeffrey Marinshaw, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Nathan Martin, MD

Nathan Martin, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Nathan Martin, MD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Senior Fellow in Hospital Medicine (SFHM) with primary focus and interest in the care of hospitalized medical patients.  He completed residency here at WashU/BJH in 2008 and has been on the faculty ever since.  He spends the vast majority of his time taking care of patients either independently as a traditional Hospitalist, or while supervising residents and medical students on the Firm service.  In addition, he spends time providing medical consultations for other services and attends on the Medicine Procedure service performing various procedures including lumbar punctures and paracentesis.  While clinical care is the mainstay of his interest and what he feels is most essential as a Hospitalist, he also co-directs our Medicine Triage Attending (MTA) service.  He co-founded the MTA service in July 2020 and remains a leader in ensuring the service continues to be successful.  The MTA service triages all medicine patients from the ED, from direct admission locations, as well as from outside hospitals – we always try to ensure the right patient is on the right service at the right time.

Cheryl McDonough, MD

Cheryl McDonough, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Cheryl McDonough, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine and attends on a variety of services including the inpatient medicine teaching service and direct care hospitalist service and serves as a medical consultant at the Rehab Institute of St Louis.  She is interested in medical education, particularly in modeling effective and empathetic patient and family communication skills.  She is a member of the Division of Hospital Medicine Patient Safely and Quality Improvement committee and serves as a BJH Case Management Physician Advisor.

Priya Menon, MD

Priya Menon, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Priya Menon, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine and predominantly works in the oncology and bone marrow transplant service as a hospitalist. She has a special interest in immuno-oncology, targeted therapy, and antibiotic stewardship. She is also motivated in teaching the residents and other learners rotating through oncology and BMT service. While here at WashU, she hopes to continue to work on her research and scholarly activities in the field of oncology. Dr. Menon is a member of the BMT and IDEAS committees.

Alyssa  Moller, MD

Alyssa Moller, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Alyssa Moller, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. She attends on a mix of hospitalist direct care, inpatient teaching service, medicine consults, and ED hospitalist. She is involved in several projects on the topic of addiction medicine aimed to enhance hospitalist education of important topics in addiction, improve inpatient Epic order sets for opiate use disorder, and increase implementation of medication assisted therapy for opiate abuse. She also interviews applicants for the IM residency program and serves on committees for hospitalist recruitment and compensation.

Zachary Morgan, MD

Zachary Morgan, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Zachary Morgan, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. His primary interests are in clinical operations and medical education. He is the Co-Director for Patient Care Operations for the Division of Hospital Medicine and co-chair of the Patient Care Operations Committee. He is a member of the Division of Hospital Medicine Leadership Team as well as the Education Committee. He attends on a variety of direct patient care and teaching services. Dr. Morgan is Key Faculty for the Internal Medicine residency, directing the Hospital Medicine portion of the residency noon conference curriculum and serving as an interviewer and application evaluator. He lectures residents on topics such as VTE prophylaxis, perioperative medicine, and length of stay reduction, and has created faculty development sessions about the use of mini-lectures.

Awais Mulla, MD

Awais Mulla, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Monalisa Mullick, MD

Monalisa Mullick, MD

Assistant Professsor of Medicine

Monalisa Mullick, MD, serves as an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine within Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Her primary interests lie in medical education, where she actively engages as a facilitator during intern and resident reports, attends on bedside procedure and teaching services. She has contributed to projects aimed at enhancing inpatient rounding processes. Additionally, her passion includes mentoring residents and students and promoting faculty and learner wellness.

Austin  Niu, MD

Austin Niu, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Austin Niu, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine, after graduating from Internal Medicine Residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University School of Medicine. He is currently working a mix of services including general inpatient, oncology, and BMT, and has interests in teaching and mentoring residents and medical students rotating on service, as well as basic science and clinical research pursuits in cardiovascular disease.

Spoorthi Nutakki, MD

Spoorthi Nutakki, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Adora Nwankwo, MD

Adora Nwankwo, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Devin C. Odom, MD

Devin C. Odom, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Devin Odom, MD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine with the Division of Hospital Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine and recently completed a fellowship in Palliative Medicine. He will also join the Division of Palliative Medicine this fall. He completed training in Internal Medicine at WashU in 2013. Dr. Odom has focused his career on communication skills education beyond residency training. He developed and directs the BJC Communication Skills Academy which provides experiential learning opportunities for providers across the School of Medicine and BJC to practice difficult conversations and Advance Care Planning in a safe small group environment. Ongoing research is evaluating the impact of this work on provider and patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes. Dr. Odom also chairs the Division of Hospital Medicine’s EMR efficiency task force to improve EMR workflow and streamline provider level improvements.

Ali Osman, MD

Ali Osman, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Ali Osman, MBBS, is an Instructor in Medicine within the Division of Hospital Medicine and a member of the Royal College of Physicians UK. He plays a dynamic role across various areas within the Hospital Medicine Division, demonstrating flexibility and commitment to patient care, research, and medical education. With a keen interest in retrospective clinical research, particularly in gastrointestinal diseases, Dr. Osman has been actively involved in publishing articles and contributing to scholarly publications. His dedication to advancing medical knowledge is evident through his ongoing participation in research endeavors and his role within the research committee of the division. Currently, Dr. Osman is engaged in collaborative efforts aimed at improving the quality of care for patients with acute liver failure.

Anupam Pande, MD, MPH

Anupam Pande, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Anupam Pande, MD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America with special interest in the care of transplant recipients, and a special focus on opportunistic infections and antimicrobial prophylaxis in bone marrow transplant recipients. He attends on the bone marrow transplant hospital medicine service to help integrate transplant care and infection care for these complex patients. He has a joint appointment with the Division of Infectious Diseases and also attends on the transplant/oncology infectious diseases consult service teaching fellows, residents, and students. In addition, he sees patients in the oncology/bone marrow transplant infection clinic. He also serves as the Medical Director for Inpatient Infectious Diseases Consult Services for Barnes-Jewish Hospital and is a member of the Operations Executive Committee for the Department of Medicine. His other interests include clinical education, early diagnosis, multidisciplinary care, workplace diversity and work-life balance.

Brandon Parker, MD

Brandon Parker, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Kieran  Patel, MD

Kieran Patel, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Kieran Patel, MD, serves as an Instructor in Medicine within the Division of Hospital Medicine. Dr. Patel joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in 2023 after serving as Chief Resident for the Internal Medicine Residency Program. He has a professional interest in medical education, mentorship, and clinical operations. He intends to further these pursuits by actively participating in the Division’s Education Committee and the Faculty Development Committee. Additionally, Dr. Patel remains involved with the education of the Internal Medicine Residents by attending on the Inpatient Medicine Teaching Service and through his participation in Morning Report.

 

Mirjana Petrovic Elbaz, MD

Mirjana Petrovic Elbaz, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Mirjana Petrovic Elbaz, MD, joined the Department of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine as an Instructor in Medicine in July 2023. Dr. Petrovic Elbaz completed her training at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Bronx, New York. During her residency she enjoyed teaching medical students and working in research group with residents.  She continued her education in Internal Medicine serving as PGY4 Chief Resident at Jacobi Medical Center /North Central Bronx Hospital, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Internal Medicine residency program prior to joining the Division of Hospital Medicine. Her academic interests include general inpatient medicine with special interest in cardiovascular diseases and clinical research. Dr. Petrovic Elbaz looks forward to providing care for her patients and teaching students and residents as a member of the Division of Hospital Medicine.

 

Mark Pinkerton II, MD

Mark Pinkerton II, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Mark Pinkerton, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. He joined the division in 2019 after completing his residency at Washington University in St. Louis. He serves as an attending physician on a variety of services including general hospitalist, medical oncology, bone marrow transplant, emergency department hospitalist, nocturnist, and medicine triage. He works at BJH as well as Barnes-Jewish West County. He serves on the recruitment committee for the division. He enjoys teaching medical students and resident physicians in the clinical setting. Areas of interest include care of the hospitalized patient and antibiotic stewardship.

Sana Pirzada, MD

Sana Pirzada, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Sana Pirzada, MD, joined the Division of Hospital Medicine as an Instructor in July 2023 after completing her internal medicine residency at St. Luke’s Hospital, Chesterfield, MO. She joined WashU intending to gain broader inpatient experience and advance her career. Moving forward, she wishes to build her profession through exploring several areas of interest, including but not limited to leadership, health advocacy/literacy, and clinical education. 

Patricia Quinley, MD

Patricia Quinley, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Patricia Quinley, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine and works primarily as a hospitalist in the Pulmonary Progressive Care Unit where she is the Medical Director. She has been a hospitalist at Barnes Jewish Hospital since 1993 in multiple roles. She currently works with a multidisciplinary team that focuses on patients with prolonged intensive care unit stays who require ongoing medical management as well as intensive rehabilitation in order to successfully transition to home.

Tanvir  Rahman, MD

Tanvir Rahman, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Tanvir Rahman, MD is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine and works primarily on the General Internal Medicine service as a Hospitalist. He is a member of the Hospitalist recruitment committee, Division of Hospital Medicine Education committee, and serves as the Physician Assistant-student clerkship program Co-director. Dr. Rahman is interested in teaching and mentoring medical and PA students, interns, and residents. Areas of interest include QI projects in General Internal Medicine, Hospital Medicine, and Cardiology.

Mohamed Ramadan, MD

Mohamed Ramadan, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Lois Richard, MD, PhD

Lois Richard, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Lois Richard, MD, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine in The Division of Hospital Medicine. She divides her time between the inpatient Hospitalist Service at Barnes Jewish Hospital and the IM Consult Service at The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis. She is also a Senior Fellow in the Society of Hospital Medicine. Having established the St. Louis Chapter of SHM in 2010, she continues to be active on the local chapter Advisory Board. Dr. Richard has been Course Chair for “Care of the Hospitalized Patient” CME course since 2007, which now continues as “The Gateway Hospital Medicine Conference.”

Yash Shah, MD

Yash Shah, MD

Instructor in Medicine

Yash Shah, MD, is an Instructor in Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine. Dr. Shah works primarily on the bone marrow transplant and medical oncology service as a hospitalist. He has a keen interest in Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS), patient safety, and health informatics to improve patient outcomes. He serves on the BMT/Oncology and EPIC Committees. During his residency training, he has contributed to multiple liver transplant research that has been presented at National and International Conferences.