July named Feb. MUSOM Resident of the Month


The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has selected Mose July M.D. as the February Resident/Fellow of the Month.

July is in his second and final year as an endocrinology fellow.

The endocrinology fellowship is completed after three years of an internal medicine residency and helps train physicians to care for patients with a variety of endocrine problems. The endocrinology training program dealing with diabetes and metabolism is designed to provide advanced training and experience at a level for the trainee to acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes and experience required for all of the competencies needed by a consultant in this field. The educational experiences the trainees undergo will equip them to become strong clinicians, educators and investigators according to Marshall University.

Paulette S.Wehner M.D. vice dean for graduate medical education, said the endocrinology faculty members nominated July for the award. Omolola B. Olajide, M.D., who serves as program director for the endocrinology fellowship, noted on behalf of the faculty that July “demonstrates a high level of initiative and goes above and beyond in the management of his patients.”

July completed his internal medicine residency at New York Medical College Metropolitan Hospital in New York. July received his medical degree from the University of the West Indies Faculty of Medical Sciences in Jamaica and was awarded a pre-med/Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Botswana. The February Resident of the Month will receive a certificate of recognition and a designated parking spot.

Logan Parkulo can be contacted at [email protected]marshall.edu.