Dr. Stephanie Sherman presents a Human Dx case to Rabih and Brigham and Women’s Drs. Sophia Hayes and Pooja Mehta.
Dr. Sophia Hayes
Dr. Hayes graduated from the School of Medicine at the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon. She is a 2nd year resident of the Brigham and Women’s Internal Medicine Residency in Boston, Massachusetts. Her clinical interests include pulmonary and critical care, the care of geriatric patients in the ICU, ethics and communication, and medical education. When away from the hospital, she is either curled up with a cup of tea and good book, or exploring a new river, mountain bike trail, or ski slope.
Dr. Pooja Mehta
Dr. Mehta graduated from Harvard Medical School. She is an intern of the Brigham and Women’s Internal Medicine Residency/Division of General Internal Medicine Primary Care Program in Boston, Massachusetts. Her clinical interests include primary care,health equity and social justice, trauma-informed care, and medical education. When away from the hospital she loves to explore various styles of dance, hike in the mountains, go for long walks along the river,read and cook.
Dr. Stephanie Sherman
Dr. Stephanie Sherman is an academic hospitalist at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) at Ben Taub General Hospital and the Houston VA Medical Center. She is also an associate program director for the internal medicine residency with a focus on resident-as-teacher training, clinical reasoning, and bedside rounding. If she’s being truthful about how she spends her spare time, she often finds herself re-watching The Office with her husband and fellow clinical problem solver, Zaven Sargsyan.