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Assistant Professor of Medicine
Cleveland Clinic Lerner School of Medicine
Case Western Reserve University
A. Most Valuable Person, Chief of Staff, Monday QB news, Cleveland Clinic.
Read Joe’s MVP
B. Co-chair Palliative Care, Indo American Cancer Association, Charitable Organization
C. Featured on Cleveland Clinic website for the following:
1. Initiating collaboration with developing countries
2. How to deliver a difficult medical diagnosis.
3. Emotional Support for Cancer Patients
4. Reducing Nausea, Vomiting in Patients With Advanced Cancer.
D. Featured Women’s Professinal Staff Association, Cleveland Clinic’s member news for my collaboration as co-chair for Indo American Cancer Association and as mentor at American Geriatric Society Annual Conference.
E. Chairing a session at Palliative Medicine and Supportive Oncology 2015, 18th International symposium, Cleveland.
F. Mentor in the mentoring program, American Geriatric Society.
AGS 2015 Annual Meeting program page
Internal medicine, cancer, cancer anorexia and cachexia, cancer fatigue, cancer pain, cancer symptoms, end stage liver disease, end stage lung disease, end stage renal disease, cancer complications
Awards & Honors
Scholarship for Futures Program, AMDA Annual
Presidential Poster Session, AGS Annual Scientific
Outstanding Resident of the Year, Meridia Huron & Hillcrest Hospitals
Member, American Academy for Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM)
Member, American Geriatrics Society (AGS)
Member, Geriatric SIG, American Academy for Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Member, Palliative Medicine SIG, American Geriatrics Society (AGS)
Member, Long Term SIG, American Academy for Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Member, American Medical Directors Association (AMDA)
Member, Abstract Reviewing Committee, American Geriatric Society
Member, Planning and Abstract Reviewing Committee, Palliative Medicine and Supportive Oncology 2014,17th International Symposium
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