New York Presbyterian Columbia and Cornell
New York, New York – United States
Dr. Kaile Eison is chief resident at New York Presbyterian/Columbia and Cornell in the Department of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine. Her interest in working with the HIV positive population began while doing clinical research work on the aging HIV positive population in New York City for a nonprofit organization and continued during her intern year at a city hospital in the Bronx. As a physiatry resident, she has continued to collaborate with the Infectious Disease Division HIV clinic at Columbia University Medical Center and is committed to developing research and education to further expand the field of rehabilitation of individuals with HIV. Furthermore, she is passionate about global health, resident wellness, and supporting women in medicine; she is a founding member of Function & Fem, New York Presbyterian's women in physiatry interest group.
Thursday, November 7
10:30 AM – 11:45 AM