Dear UCSD IM Residency Family,
Please join me in congratulating Dr. Annie Cowell! Dr. Cowell has been appointed as an Associate Program Director for our residency training program.
Dr. Cowell received her undergraduate degree in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at University of Southern California, and her medical degree and Masters of Public Health in International Health from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. She completed residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Yale-New Haven Hospital followed by fellowship in adult Infectious Diseases at UC San Diego. She is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Global Public Health.
Dr. Cowell is committed to the education of medical students, residents, and fellows and remains passionate about infectious diseases and global health. She is both the founder and Director of the Global Health Pathway and serves as Core Faculty for the ID fellowship program. She participates in research on malaria with our partners in Mozambique and looks forward to building additional international educational partnerships across the border and around the world. She is excited to work with everyone more in this new role.
Please also join me in thanking Dr. Charlie Goldberg for his service to the residency program! Dr. Goldberg served as an Associate Program Director since 2014. Dr. Goldberg built our Point of Care Ultrasound Curriculum and the BEAM (mini-MBA), as well as our Medical Mystery (patients with physical exam findings) and microaggressions curriculum. Dr. Goldberg has ascended to the position of Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education for UCSD and will continue in the role of Core Faculty in the UCSD Internal Medicine Program.
THANK YOU Drs. Cowell and Goldberg! We are so fortunate to have such amazing faculty support for our program!!!!