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Resident PORTAL

IMIowa Chief's Portal


Distance learning has become an emphasis for programs around the country.

At Iowa, we actively strive to engage our residents with innovative ways to improve their education. Over the last year, we updated our resident hub to increase functionality, accessibility, and evolve more content. The chief website serves as a portal to host video recordings of all of our noon conferences since 2016, board review sessions, and morning reports. It also serves as a platform for us to both create and distribute content in a way that allows maximum flexibility, increased engagement with our curriculum, and enhanced access to all of the resources that we offer as a program. Our goal is to highlight not only our educational opportunities and copious resources, but all the contributions and accomplishments of the residents.



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  • Commitment to community
    on May 20, 2022

    Being a member of a community comes with a lot of benefits. You have people around you who give you encouragement, who invest in your growth, who value your wellbeing, who celebrate your successes and commiserate with you over your setbacks. But membership in a community places certain obligations on you as well. First, you

  • Pezzulo, Comellas examine airway cell “memory” with new NIH grant
    on May 19, 2022

    Alejandro A Pezzulo, MD, assistant professor in Pulmonary, Critical Care and Occupational Medicine, and Alejandro Comellas, MD, clinical professor in Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Occupational Medicine, received a five-year, $2.8M R01 grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. With this funding, Pezzulo and Comellas will determine the mechanisms by which transient lung inflammation

  • Reisinger enters prestigious leadership training course
    on May 18, 2022

    “It is a huge honor. I’m still in a bit of a shock that I have the opportunity to attend.” Next month, Heather Reisinger, PhD, associate professor in General Internal Medicine, will begin Drexel University’s Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM). The intensive, one-year fellowship for women physicians, researchers, and educators in academic medicine offers