I get a lot of fulfillment from seeing students understand how to take the exam–to learn the ‘guts’ of the exam and how to approach questions.
Christopher matriculated to Rush College of Medicine in 2010 after completing Masters degrees in Physiology and Medical Sciences. Near the end of medical school he began work as a medical lecturer Rush University in their PA program. He then completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Louisville, and was chosen to a serve as a Chief Resident. As Chief Medical Resident, he curated LouisvilleLectures.org, which allows learners from across the world to benefit from the medical knowledge presented to internal medicine residents during weekly didactic sessions. He also taught in the Cardiovascular block at the Louisville School of Medicine. In 2018, Chris joined the faculty at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons where he serves as an attending in the Department of Internal Medicine and an Assistant Professor in Medicine at CUMC.
Study and Qualifications
MA from Southern Illinois Univ
MA from Loyola College
MD Rush College of Medicine
Internal Medicine Resident at Univ of Louisville
Chief Resident at Univ of Louisville