Dr. Joyce Ji joined the Department of Medicine as an Instructor in the Division of Hospital Medicine at Barnes Jewish Hospital in July, 2018. She received her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Brown University in 2011, where she graduated magna cum laude. She received her MD from Washington University in St. Louis in 2015 where she developed her interest in pursuing internal medicine. She completed her residency training in internal medicine in 2018 at Barnes Jewish Hospital. Her current academic interests include hospitalist medicine and critical care.
Her research interests have included neurology, cardiology and critical care. During undergraduate and medical school, she conducted research in aging as well as neurofibromatosis. During residency, her research was focused on donor factors in heart failure transplantation. She has also recently contributed to a chapter in a cardiac intensive care textbook. Her current research focus is in critical care and bone marrow transplant.
Dr. Ji is originally from Boulder, Colorado. Outside of medicine, her hobbies and interests include eating food, not cooking, traveling, dancing, running, and hiking. She also has a past in competitive tap dancing. She still has dreams of hosting a travel food show so that she can eat all over the world.