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Understanding MOC Requirements
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Mohit Girotra, MD
Johns Hopkins University/Sinai Hospital, Baltimoregirotra.email@example.com
Dr. Girotra completed his medical school at Christian Medical
College in Ludhiana, India before joining Johns Hopkins Univ/Sinai
Internal Medicine Residency program in 2008 and is currently
serving as the Chief Resident in the program. He will be moving
next year to University of Arkansas at Little Rock for
Gastroenterology/Hepatology fellowship, along with his wife, who is
currently finishing her training in Internal Medicine. He consider
himself fortunate for not only getting trained strongly at Sinai,
but also receiving an opportunity to work with best investigators
at Johns Hopkins and Sinai. Along with getting recognition for
strong clinical work (Best resident award), his passion for
research helped him secure several research awards including the
prestigious "Mendeloff award" and "ACP Maryland Chapter research
award," and extramural funding to support his clinical research
with his mentor Dr. S.K. Dutta. He has thoroughly enjoyed his
journey so far and enthusiastically looks forward to what lies
ahead. And along the way, with sincere passion, he is dedicated
towards advancement of Medicine with his earnest clinical and
research attempts. In his role as a leader, he tries to bring new
ideas with positive attitude and ardency to the table. As a member
of CRAB and one of its co-chairs, he see himself contributing to
development and expansion of CRAB and committed to making CRAB's
presence felt at regional and national level.
Venkataraman Palabindala (Raman)
Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC)firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr.Palabindala earned his medical degress from Kamineni
Institute of Medical Sciences in Nalgonda, India. During medical
school, he was an active member of many volunteer works and
cultural activities winning several prizes for his performances as
a stage actor and director of plays. Before joining the residency
program at GBMC, he worked in the Genetics lab in VAHS, University
of the Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI and was a student of Eastern
Michigan University. During residency, he participated in multiple
research studies to improve the quality of patient care. He is an
active member of ACP and presented several case reports at Maryland
Chapter meetings and also national ACP meetings.
In his free time, he likes to cook and write Telugu poetry, and
script for stage shows. Ultimately he wants to go back to join
Indian politics and one day become Prime Minister of India
Alireza Zarrabi, MD
Harbor Hospital Centeralireza.email@example.com
Dr. Zarrabi earned his medical degree from Shahid Beheshti
University of Medical Sciences in Tehran, Iran. He finished his
post-doctoral fellowship in cardiovascular imaging at Texas Heart
Institute in Houston, Texas and later on worked as an Instructor at
the University of Texas Houston Health Science Center. He was peer
reviewer for Circulation, the prestigious journal of the
American Heart Association.
Alireza published in different scientific journals such as ATVB
and JACC. He also presented his research at many international
conferences. He is currently one of the Chief Medical Residents at
Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore.
In his free time, he plays tennis and enjoys live music
performances in Charm City ... and OF COURSE he is a Ravens
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