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Adelaide McClintock, MD

University of Washington

Dr. McClintock is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at University of Washington, and practices primary care at the Women’s Health Care Center at University of Washington. Dr. McClintock completed her residency at University of Washington, with an emphasis on primary care. She sees women of all ages for management of acute and chronic medical conditions, as well as medical management of gynecologic issues and contraception. She runs a training pathway in Women’s Health for Internal Medicine Residents and has interests in Women’s Health education, feedback in medical education and the learning environment.

Breast Cancer Screening – CME on the Go “Clinical Pearls Commuter” Series 


Astrid Pujari, MD

Virginia Mason Medical Center

Dr. Pujari specializes in holistic support with cancer, women’s health, functional medicine and holistic options for gastrointestinal issues and mind-body tools.

Evidence-Based Use of Vitamins or Naturopathy : Friday, 3:30 – 4:20PM

Bessie Young, MD MPH FACP

University of Washington 

Dr. Young is a professor of medicine in the Division of Nephrology and Chief of Nephrology at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System. She earned both her MD and MPH from the University of Washington. Her research focuses on racial disparities and genetic factors predicting outcomes of patients with kidney disease, education regarding access to transplantation and dialysis for minorities, and access to kidney disease care in rural areas. She is committed to diversity efforts in the department, school, University, and on local, regional and national levels. She is an active member of the department Diversity Council, recently becoming co-chair.
Managing Chronic Conditions in CKD Patients – Friday, 9:00 – 9:50AM

Christina Schofield, MD

Joint Base Lewis-McChord

Dr. Christina Schofield is an Infectious Disease physician at Madigan Army Medical Center and serves as the Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency.  She completed medical school at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Internal Medicine residency at Travis Air Force Base, California including a chief resident year and then went onto Infectious Disease fellowship at the San Antonio Military Medical Consortium in Texas.  After graduation she served as teaching staff for the fellowship then went on to become the first Infectious Disease consultant to the military’s Africa Command in Stuttgart, Germany.  When she finished her active duty time in 2010 she transitioned to Madigan as a civilian and eventually retired from the Air Force Reserves in 2016.

Debate – UTI Treatment in Dementia / Delirium : Friday, 4:30 – 5:25PM

Daniel B. Martin, MD

University of Washington

I am a board-certified hematologist-oncologist who specializes in treating patients with cancers of the blood and a variety of non-malignant blood conditions, such as clotting disorders, autoimmune disorders and anemias. For nearly 20 years, I have provided clinical care to this subset of patients at SCCA and Harborview Medical Center. I also serve as the chief medical information officer at SCCA. In this role, I use bioinformatics and technology to improve patient care, for example, implementing and maintaining a sophisticated electronic medical records system.

MGUS – CME on the Go “Clinical Pearls Commuter” Series


Divya Gollapudi, MD FACP

Harboview Medical Center

Divya Gollapudi, M.D., is a board certified physician at Harborview and a UW assistant professor of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Gollapudi feels it is a privilege to be a physician at UW and Harborview. Whether it be during an unplanned hospitalization or before and after a planned surgery, she finds the relationship created with patients and their loved ones during a vulnerable time in their lives the most rewarding aspect of her practice. She is actively involved in medical education of UW residents and medical students. Dr. Gollapudi earned her M.D. from the University of Missouri. Her clinical and research interests include perioperative medicine, medically underserved populations and medical education.

Perioperative Evaluation of the Hospitalized Patient: Friday 11:00-11:50AM

Edwin Lindo, JD

Harboview Medical Center

Edwin received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/International Relations from the University of the Pacific in Stockton and his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the University of Washington School of Law, where he currently holds an Affiliate Faculty. His teaching responsibilities there included several courses such as Race & Law: explores race and racism within systems of law and other societal institutions and examines the often-omitted topics of race, social inequities and oppression; topics necessary to achieve a full understanding of systemic and institutional power and Latino/a Critical Race Theory: focuses on understanding intellectual and theoretical frameworks of Latino/a critical race and law within the larger jurisprudential and political systems..

Racism in Medicine, Lunch Special Session – Friday, 12:45 – 1:30PM  

Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA, FAAP, FACP, FAHA, FTOS 

 Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School 

Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA, FAAP, FACP, FAHA, FTOS is an obesity medicine physician scientist, educator, and policy maker at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She is a national and international sought after expert in obesity medicine who bridges the intersection of medicine, public health, policy, and disparities.

Dr. Stanford received her BS and MPH from Emory University as a MLK Scholar, her MD from the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine as a Stoney Scholar, and her MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government as a Zuckerman Fellow in the Harvard Center for Public Leadership. She completed her Obesity Medicine & Nutrition Fellowship at MGH/HMS after completing her internal medicine and pediatrics residency at the University of South Carolina. She has served as a health communications fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and as a behavioral sciences intern at the American Cancer Society.

Obesity in Medicine – Friday, 7 – 7:50AM  

Fuki Marie Hisama, MD

University of Washington

Dr. Hisama is a board certified clinical geneticist, who is a Professor of Medicine (Medical Genetics) and medical director of the UW Genetic Medicine Clinic, the only comprehensive genetics clinics for adults in the Pacific Northwest. She has been named a “Top Doctor” in Clinical Genetics by Seattle Magazine and Seattle Metropolitan Magazine.

Dr. Hisama is a national leader in Medical Genetics education and the translation of genomics into clinical care. Among her roles, she serves as a residency program director, Chair of the ACGME Medical Genetics RRC, on the IRB of the NIH All of Us Research Program, and a lead clinician for the Undiagnosed Diseases Network research program.

Her clinical interests include cancer genetics, cardiac genetics, autism genetics, neurogenetics, precision medicine, and genomic medicine.

Medical Genetics & Personalized Medicine, Friday 2:30 – 3:20PM

Henry Mroch, MD FACP FASN

Elson Floyd College of Medicine

Dr. Mroch works in Spokane, WA and 3 other locations and specializes in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. 

Pulmonary Renal Syndromes, CME on the Go “Clinical Pearls Commuter” Series

Jeff Duchin, MD FACP

King County Public Health / University of Washington

Jeff Duchin is the Health Officer for Public Health–Seattle & King County and also serves as the Chief of the Department’s Communicable Disease Epidemiology & Immunization Section. As Heath Officer, Jeff is the key science advisor on program and policy development and provides leadership in developing priorities and setting strategies for the Department’s work. He also holds appointments at the University of Washington as Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health..

Public Health Update – Health System Response to an Epidemic: Friday, 8:00 – 8:50AM

Joanna Breems, MD FACP

Elson S Floyd College of Medicine

Joanna Breems received her medical degree from Loma Linda University prior to residency in Internal Medicine at Virginia Mason Medical Center, where she also served as Chief Resident. She completed her Infectious Disease Fellowship training at Rush University Medical Center/Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Il. In partnership with the CDC, University of Maryland, and the University of Guyana, she then took a role as in-country director of the “Guyana Partnership for Advanced Clinical Education;” serving as a residency director for a combined Internal Medicine-Infectious Disease residency for physicians in Georgetown, Guyana, S.America. She currently works as an Infectious Disease Physician and at the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center in Spokane, Wa. and is course director for Microbiology-Infectious Diseases at the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University..

Diagnosis and Management of Hepatitis B: CME on the Go “Clinical Pearls Commuter Series”

Mark D. Johnson, MD, MTM&H

Confluence Health

Dr Mark Johnson received a B.S. in biochemistry from the University of Notre Dame in 2000, received his MD from Loyola University Chicago in 2004, completed residency in Internal Medicine in 2007 and the clinical portion of Infectious Diseases fellowship in 2009 at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD, a master’s degree of tropical medicine and public health at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in 2010, and completed the Diploma Course Pathway in passing the ASTMH’s Tropical Medicine exam.

His clinical practice experience included general inpatient and outpatient Infectious Diseases, HIV, Tropical Medicine, multi-disciplinary combat casualty care, infection control, antimicrobial stewardship, Pharmacy & Therapeutics committee advisor, and tele-consultation support for deployed U.S. military physicians. Also, he served for 3 years as the lead physician for the Dept of Defense’s global HIV public health response as part of PEPFAR, working with approximately 65 military health systems around the world providing clinical mentoring, education, and resource allocation for HIV epidemic response.

HIV for the General Internist: Friday 1:30 – 2:25PM

Matthew Hollon, MD MPH FACP

Governor – Washington ACP Chapter

Dr. Matthew Hollon, MD is a Internal Medicine Specialist in Spokane, WA and has over 26 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from University Of Washington School Of Medicine medical school in 1994. He is affiliated with Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children’s Hospital.

Governors Welcome / Business Meeting & Awards


Michael Soung, MD FACP

Virginia Mason Medical Center

Dr. Michael Soung, MD is a Internal Medicine Specialist in Seattle, WA.

Debate – UTI Treatment in Dementia / Delirium : Friday, 4:30 – 5:25PM


Patricia Kritek, MD EdM

University of Washington

Patricia Kritek, M.D., Ed.M., is a board certified physician at UW Medical Center, a UW professor of Medicine in the division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine and the associate dean for faculty development for the School of Medicine. 

Dr. Kritek cares for patients in the medical ICU, surgical ICU and oncology/bone marrow transplant ICU. She is responsible for improving the care to all critically ill patients. She partners with all members of the interdisciplinary team to develop systems that reliably deliver outstanding care. 

Dr. Kritek earned her M.D. from the University of Connecticut and her Ed.M. from Harvard. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and her fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine in the Harvard Combined Program. She is board certified in both Critical Care Medicine and Pulmonary Disease. She is an active teacher of medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty. Her clinical and research interests include mechanical ventilation, sepsis, patient and family centered care, mentoring and leadership training. 

The Art of Clinical Reasoning: Friday, 4:45 – 5:25PM

Rachel Issaka, MD MAS

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center / University of Washington

Dr. Rachel Issaka is a gastroenterologist and clinical researcher focused on decreasing the mortality associated with colorectal cancer, with a special focus on medically underserved populations. Dr. Issaka’s research includes identifying, measuring and recommending new and improved approaches to screening and follow-up both in Seattle and across the U.S.

Colorectal Cancer Screening: CME on the Go, “Clinical Pearls Commuter” Series

Rosemary Adamson, MD BS

Puget Sound Veterans Affairs / University of Washington

Rosemary Adamson is an attending physician in the Pulmonary Clinic at the Puget Sound VA and an Assistant Professor of Medicine.  

Evidence-Based COPD Care: CME on the Go, “Clinical Pearls Commuter” Series


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