Current Fellows

Stacy Hitt, MD

Stacy Hitt, MD

5231F RCP
356-2135, pager #2977
stacy-hitt@uiowa.edu


B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2002
M.D., University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 2009
Residency, A/P, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, 2013

Honors and Awards:
University of Wisconsin-Madison Dean's List (five semesters), 1997-2000
Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, 1998-2002
National Society of Collegiate Scholars, 1998-2002
Golden Key International Honor Society, 1998-2002
United States Army Malaria Coin (achievement in research), 2004
Angevine Fellowship in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 2006
Pathology Honor Society Award (academic achievement), 2007
Dr. D. Murray Angevine Pathology Award (academic achievement), 2007
Lewis E. and Edith Phillips Scholarship (academic achievement), 2008

Previous Research Experience:
Undergraduate Research, University of Wisconsin Department of Pharmacology, 1999-2002. Four semesters of directed study research focused on characterizing the molecular mechanisms of cell migration.
Undergraduate Research, University of Wisconsin McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research, 2002. Performed RNA extractions to detect BRCA I and BRCA2 mutations in rats following induced gennline mutation in order to produce a rat knockout model for both genes.
Research Specialist, University of Wisconsin Department of Pharmacology, 2002-2003. Conducted research focused on characterizing the molecular mechanisms of cell migration.
Research Assistant, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, 2003-2004. Performed malarial protein expression and purification procedures and analyzed sera from immunized animal models for antibodies against malarial vaccine proteins.
Research Assistant, Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Pharmacology, 2004-2005. Conducted research to examine the effect of zona glomerulosa cells on adrenal cortical arterial tone.
Collaboration with the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics Department of Surgery and University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Nutritional Sciences studying the intestinal effects of glucagon-like peptide-2 and total parenteral nutrition in a rat model, 2011.


Lori Sinclair, MD

Lori Sinclair, MD

5231F RCP
356-2137, pager #4107
lori-sinclair@uiowa.edu


B.S. University of Iowa, 2002
M.D. University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, 2009

HONORS AND AWARDS:
Pathology Externship, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Jan 2007-Dec. 2007
Caroll Brown Medical Scholarship, 2005
Norma Adams Medical Scholarship, 2008
Phi Theta Kappa, 2000

PREVIOUS RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
Research Assistant, University of Iowa, July 2002 – Aug. 2004 and May 2005-Aug 2005. Worked on experiments to determine the effector molecules and pathways involved in lymphangiogenesis as well as research focusing on understanding how COX-2 inhibitors work in synergy with radiation therapy in inducing apoptosis in squamous cell carcinoma.


 Bryan Steussy MD

Bryan Steussy, MD

5223 RCP
335-9945, pager #2739
bryan-steussy@uiowa.edu


B.S. Iowa State University, 2005
M.D. with Teaching Distinction, University of Iowa, Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, 2010

HONORS AND AWARDS:
Post-sophomore pathology fellowship (externship), University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, 1/09-12/09
Gold Humanism Honor Society, 2008
Received a $500 grant from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) for a Cover the Uninsured Week booth where students and professionals printed and signed letters to their congressional leaders urging them to make healthcare coverage a priority, 2006

PREVIOUS RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
Research Assistant, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 08/2004 - 05/2005. Worked on a research project in the Department of Animal Science and Biochemistry with Dr. Don Beitz involving the isolation of cholesterol reductase from plant tissue.


Thomas Wilson, MD

Thomas Wilson, MD

5231F RCP
356-2139, pager #8008
thomas-wilson@uiowa.edu


B.A. Brigham Young University, 2005
M.D. University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, 2009

HONORS AND AWARDS:
College of Medicine Student Service Award, 2008
University of Illinois at Chicago Chancellor’s Student Service Award, 2007
College of Medicine Scholarship, 2005-2007

PREVIOUS RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
Research Assistant, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, May 2005-Aug 2005. Investigated alginic acid as a new medium for spermatozoa cryopreservation for use during in vitro fertilization.

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