Clinical Associate Professor
I am a clinical associate professor of medicine at Maryland. After graduation in 1992, I interned and received residency training at Maryland before serving as chief resident from 1996 to 1997. I completed post-graduate training here with a two-year fellowship in nephrology.
I have served as director of the nephrology fellowship program, clerkship director in internal medicine, director of clinical education, and director of senior medicine sub-internships. I am the recipient of numerous school citations including two Gold Apple Awards and a Student Council Clinical Faculty Teaching Award.
I currently serve as an officer for the Trustees of the Endowment of the University of Maryland, Past President of the Medical Alumni Association and am Chairman of the State Commissioner on Kidney Disease, appointed by Governor Larry Hogan.