ARH Internal Medicine Residency Research

Sandhya Kolagatla, MD
Academic Research Chief

Nagabhishek Moka, MD
Research Coordinator

PGY-3 Academic Achievements

PGY-2 Academic Achievements

Faculty Academic Achievements

Adnan Bhopalwala (APD)

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Nagabhishek Moka, MD

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Graduated Resident’s Achievements

National and State Level Conferences Representation

American College of Cardiology

American Heart Association

American College of Gastroenterology

American Society of Clinical Oncology

American Association of Clinical Endocrinology

The American College of Chest Physicians

American College of Physicians

American Medical Association

American Federation for Medical Research

American Thoracic Society

Residents will be offered opportunities to participate in Research activities at local, regional, & national meetings throughout their training and journal publications.  If a paper or presentation is accepted at a conference, the primary author (resident) will be offered an opportunity to attend and present.  ARH will reimburse residents for reasonable costs and expenses (publications, poster, registration, hotel and travel) up to a total of $2500 per academic year. The $2,500 benefit shall not be carried over into subsequent years.  In cases where a resident may begin mid-year, the benefit would be pro-rated. Only those expenses relating directly to the research will be reimbursed. A request for reimbursement must be submitted within 30 days of the research conference, and must be accompanied by itemized receipts for all expenses. Requests for reimbursement should be submitted to the Program Coordinator for processing. The Research Coordinator and the Program Director must approve all such travel and education in advance.  If you are on Internal Medicine floor rotation, you are required to work with the Chief Resident to find coverage in your absence. Should you be scheduled for clinic during the conference a co-resident must be identified to see the patients in the resident’s absence.