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Episode 59 – Human Dx unknown w/ UCSD team – subacute abdominal pain

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Episode description

Dr. Patrick Murphy presents a Human Dx clinical unknown to UCSD team – student Dr. Deshpande and Drs. Hastie & Jagannath

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Rima Deshpande

Rima Deshpande is a fourth year medical student at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine. She is originally from Thousand Oaks, California and completed her undergraduate biology degree from UCSD. She is interested in pursuing residency in Internal Medicine. In her free time she enjoys cooking, hiking, and going to the dog beach with her dog Rajah. 

Dr. Elizabeth Hastie

Elizabeth (Lizzy) Hastie is a second year Internal Medicine resident at the University of California San Diego. She is originally from Cincinnati and graduated from Emory University School of Medicine. She is currently a part of the RACE (Resident as Clinical Educator) Track at UCSD and is interested in pursuing a career in medical education. During her free time, she enjoys hiking, running, and watching scary movies. 

Dr. Anand Jagannath

Dr. Anand Jagannath is a clinician-educator at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and hospitalist at the VA San Diego. He completed medical school at the Tufts University School of Medicine and internal medicine residency and chief residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. At UCSD, Anand’s interests include bedside team rounding, teaching clinical reasoning to medical students and residents, learning from his learners, and promoting a safe and inclusive learning environment. He is also a Section Editor for adult medicine cases at the Human Diagnosis Project. When he’s not getting excited about medicine, you’ll probably find Anand cooking food, watching shows about food on Netflix, running, or playing basketball or his violin.

Dr. Patrick Murphy

Pat is currently a 2nd year fellow in an acute care surgery and trauma fellowship in Indianapolis, Indiana. Originally from Nova Scotia, Canada he completed his General Surgery training at Western University in London, Ontario. During his training he successfully completed with MPH from Johns Hopkins University and his MSc from Western University. His main areas of interests are outcomes and health services research in emergency general surgery and trauma, with a focus on quality of care. Outside of medicine he enjoys competing in triathlons and playing soccer.

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