Daniel Williams, MD graduated cum laude from Furman University where he received his BS in Biology in 2003. He received his MD from East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine in Johnson City, Tennessee in 2007 and was a member of their chapter’s Alpha Omega Alpha honors society. He then when on to complete his internship and residency in Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina in 2010 and stayed on as Chief Resident of Pediatrics for the 2010-2011 academic year. As a resident at MUSC, his research interests have focused on resident education specifically in the area of pediatric resuscitation and the effect of high-fidelity simulation on resident comfort and performance. He also has a strong interest in clinical research and hopes after he completes his Academic Generalist Fellowship, to pursue a career as a general pediatric hospitalist at an academic medical center.
Chang L. Wu, MD graduated cum laude from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, where he received his BS in Chemistry in 2003. He received his MD from Emory University School of Medicine in 2007. He then went on to complete his internship, residency, and chief resident year in Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina in 2011. During residency, his research foci included high-fidelity simulation as a means to improvement resident physician comfort and proficiency in pediatric resuscitation as well as quality improvement initiatives for improving resident physician education. Following residency, Dr. Wu has continued to work as a clinical instructor in a medically-underserved area of rural South Carolina. His primary clinical research interests include disparities in pediatric asthma management and graduate medical education with the goal of pursuing a career as a pediatric hospitalist in an academic medical center upon completion of his fellowship training.
Sujeev Bains, M.D.
Sujeev Bains graduated cum laude from Albion College with a BA in Biology and Psychology in 1995. He then completed his MS in Biomedical Sciences at Wayne State University in 1997 where his thesis was on multidrug resistant tuberculosis in underserved populations. He went on to receive his MD from Meharry Medical College in 2001 and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Saint Louis University Hospital in 2004. During residency, he was involved in a basic science project to study polymorphisms in the IL-4 receptor in patients with cystic fibrosis. Following residency, Dr. Bains worked as a hospitalist at a tertiary care center in Akron, Ohio where he was involved with resident teaching and patient care. His primary clinical research interests include health literacy and health behaviors among various socioeconomic groups and he plans to pursue a career as an academic internist following his fellowship.