Dr. Rebecca Berger presents a Human Dx case to Rabih and Jefferson’s Drs. Rachel Redfield and Sean Dikdan.
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Dr. Rachel Redfield
Dr. Redfield is a third-year internal medicine resident at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. She is a graduate of University of Maryland and received her MD from University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Her clinical interests include mental health disease, hepatology and functional gastroenterology. When not in the hospital she enjoys eating, traveling and most importantly spending quality time (her love language) with friends and family.
Dr. Sean Dikdan
Dr. Dikdan is a third-year internal medicine resident at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He is a graduate of Boston College and obtained his dual MD/MPH from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. His clinical interests include atrial fibrillation and medical education. Outside of the hospital, he enjoys cooking, podcasting, and escape rooms. He is applying for cardiology fellowship and creating his own podcast (Med Lit Review), but his most challenging aspect of residency is surviving the streets of Philadelphia as an avid NY Giants fan. #DannyDimes
Dr. Rebecca Berger
Rebecca Berger is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and a Hospitalist at New York Presbyterian Hospital. She completed medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York and residency in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Rebecca worked as an editorial fellow at the New England Journal of Medicine and was on the faculty at MGH before moving back to New York in 2018. Her academic interests include patient safety, quality and process improvement, and medical education.
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