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April 11-13, 2019
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Congratulations to the Illinois Downstate Region's Governor
Janet A. Jokela, MD, FACP. She started her
four-year term as Governor in the Spring of 2013. As Governor, Dr.
Jokela will serve as the official representative of the College for
the Illinois Downstate Region, providing a link between members at
the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more
about Dr. Jokela, below is her bio.
EDUCATION: BA 1982 & MD 1987, University of
Minnesota; MPH 1994, Boston University;POST DOCTORAL TRAINING: 1987-1990 Internship &
Residency, Internal Medicine, Boston City Hospital; 1991-1994
Infectious Disease Fellowship, Beth Israel and Brigham &
Women's Hospitals, Harvard Medical School;CERTIFICATION: 1990 ABIM Internal Medicine,
re-certified 2000, 2010; 1994 ABIM Infectious Diseases, recertified
2004PRESENT POSITION: Head, Department of Internal
Medicine, College of Medicine, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign; Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine;
Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program;ACP ACTIVITIES: Member since 1992, Fellow 2002;
ACP Annual Session attendee, yearly since 2002; Faculty abstract
reviewer and judge, ACP Associates Competition; Editorial Board,
MKSAP for Students 5; Editorial Consultant, ACP PIER;CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT/LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES:
2001-present, IL ACP Governor's Council; 2007 Laureate Award of the
Illinois ACP Chapter; Treasurer 2009-present, Downstate IL ACP
Chapter; Faculty, MOC Session, ABIM Update Infectious Diseases
2010, IL ACP Scientific Meeting 2010; Faculty speaker, Downstate IL
ACP Chapter Webinar series;HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE: Infectious Disease
Consultant, Illiana Healthcare Systems VA, Danville, IL; Infectious
Disease Physician and Lab Director, Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Clinic, Champaign-Urbana Public Health District; Staff Physician,
McKinley Health Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign;
Member 1994-present, American Society of Microbiology; Member
2002-present, Fellow 2010, Infectious Disease Society of America;
Member 2002-present, Association of Program Directors in Internal
Medicine; Board Member 2001-present, Champaign County Audubon
Society;OTHER APPOINTMENTS: 2009 Gold Humanism Honor
Society Member, Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award presented by
the Arnold P. Gold Foundation; 2011 SIMPLE Key Features Assessment
Group, with the SIMPLE Editorial Board;AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST/EXPERTISE:
Undergraduate and graduate medical education, infectious diseases,
HIV/AIDS, public health.