• Founded in 1966 as one of six original departments of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, the UA Department of Medicine is the largest department within the college with 13 divisions and several centers of excellence associated with it.

  • Founded in 1966 as one of six original departments of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, the UA Department of Medicine is the largest department within the college with 13 divisions and several centers of excellence associated with it.

  • Our centers and institutes also serve as global research hubs investigating new treatments, therapies and technologies to alleviate or cure medical conditions such as arthritis, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, lupus, Valley Fever, and cardiovascular, kidney, liver and pulmonary diseases.

  • Our centers and institutes also serve as global research hubs investigating new treatments, therapies and technologies to alleviate or cure medical conditions such as arthritis, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, lupus, Valley Fever, and cardiovascular, kidney, liver and pulmonary diseases.

  • Two subspecialties in our department are ranked among the top 50 in their fields in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Another three subspecialties and four common adult procedures and conditions covered in our department were rated by the magazine as “high performing.”

  • Two subspecialties in our department are ranked among the top 50 in their fields in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Another three subspecialties and four common adult procedures and conditions covered in our department were rated by the magazine as “high performing.”

  • We participate in the education of the more than 450 medical students at the UA College of Medicine – Tucson, offering clerkship and sub-internship opportunities for third- and fourth-years with an interest in internal medicine and rotation electives in all of our subspecialties.

  • We participate in the education of the more than 450 medical students at the UA College of Medicine – Tucson, offering clerkship and sub-internship opportunities for third- and fourth-years with an interest in internal medicine and rotation electives in all of our subspecialties.

  • Our nearly 200 faculty physicians also help train more than 130 resident and 70 fellow physicians who — for decades to come — will be helping to keep people across the state, country and globe living healthier, active lives well into the future.

  • Our nearly 200 faculty physicians also help train more than 130 resident and 70 fellow physicians who — for decades to come — will be helping to keep people across the state, country and globe living healthier, active lives well into the future.

The Department of Medicine develops and delivers cutting-edge medical research, high-quality education and unsurpassed patient care. As the largest department in the UA College of Medicine - Tucson, we train medical students and more than 200 residents and fellows in internal medicine from cardiology to rheumatology.

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Message from the Chair

“At the University of Arizona Department of Medicine, we are poised for significant positive change with many components that make up the building blocks toward accomplishment on our three missions — education, research and clinical care — coming together at just the right time. As experts in primary care, we are internal medicine. Come grow with us!”

Monica Kraft, MD
Chair, UA Department of Medicine

Featured Spotlight

Two UA Division of Translational and Regenerative Medicine assistant professors are tackling personalized remedies to treat pulmonary hypertension — a form of high-blood pressure affecting arteries between the heart and lungs that ultimately leads to heart failure and death. Drs. Olga Rafikova and Ruslan Rafikov each received $1.92 million, five-year grants from a National Institutes of Health unit for differing research approaches—his metabolic, hers redox and gender-specific solutions…

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Dr. Prabir Roy-Chaudhury's lab is focused on uremic vascular biology as it applies to both dialysis vascular access dysfunction and the huge burden of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and chronic kidney disease...

Grand Rounds

Rheumatology Grand Rounds
Friday, April 28, 2017 - 9:00am


Department News

Liver Disease and Advanced Endoscopy Topics for DOM Research Seminar Lectures, May 11

Two faculty members from the UA Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology—Drs. Archita Desai, a Liver Research Institute research associate, and Bhaskar Banerjee, who also is a professor of optical sciences and biomedical engineering—will be presenters at the next DOM Research Seminar Series lecture on Thursday, May 11, noon-1 p.m., in the Room 5403 auditorium of the UA College of Medicine – Tucson. Save the date and post the flyer…


Arthritis Pain Management Lecturer Interview Featured in UA@Work Newsletter

Dr. Mohab Ibrahim, director of the Comprehensive Pain Management Clinic at Banner – UMC South, decided he wanted to learn more about pain after witnessing a woman succumb to it on a bus filled with people escaping from Kuwait. Lo Que Pasa newsletter staff talked with the anesthesiologist who spoke March 1 as keynote for the Living Healthy With Arthritis lecture series about his career path, what brought him to the UA, and why alternatives to traditional pain management are more important than ever. Read the Q&A…


Ceremony Honors Southern Arizona Organ Donors

2-4 p.m. Sunday, April 23, Kiewit Auditorium


Upcoming Events

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Nephrology Conference
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Apr
25
Endocrinology Fellows Conference
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25

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26
Nephrology Conference
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