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Announcement – Medical Multispecialty Center / Infusion Center Directors

It is our pleasure to announce Medical Directors who will serve our 4 outpatient Medical Multispecialty Centers with associated Infusion Centers. They will work within the framework of the Ambulatory Operations Executive Council (A-OEC) of the Department of Medicine (DOM) to serve as a physician liaison for the clinical operations at the MMCs. Alongside the Clinic Administrators, they will support quality and safety initiatives. Their scope will encompass patient care being delivered by the various DOM divisions in their clinics at these sites, as well as at the Infusion Centers.

Daniel W. Coyne, MD
Daniel W. Coyne, MD

Dr. Coyne received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine. He completed an internal medicine residency at Emory University and a fellowship in nephrology at WUSM. His clinical interests include chronic kidney disease, glomerular diseases, fluid and electrolyte disorders and chronic dialysis. His research interests are focused on anemia and renal bone diseases.

Jeremy S, Katcher, MD

Dr. Katcher received his medical degree at the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO. He completed an internal medicine residency at Virginia Commonwealth University and an allergy/immunology fellowship at the University of Tennessee. He worked in private practice in Missouri for several years before joining the faculty at WUSM. His clinical interests include chronic cough, asthma, and immunotherapy.

Sudhir Jain, MD, MBA

Dr. Jain received his medical degree, completed a surgery residency and a diploma in anesthesiology from Maulana Azad Medical College in Delhi, India. He then did a residency in internal medicine at the University of Kentucky Medical Center and St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis and completed his cardiology fellowship at WUSM. He also received an MBA from Olin School of Business at Wash U. His clinical interest is in preventive cardiology and cardio-oncology.

E.P. Barrette, MD, FIDSA, FACP

Dr. Barrette received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed his residency in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He joined the Infectious Diseases faculty at WUSM in 2008. He specializes in the primary care of patients living with HIV infection and AIDS. He is the Medical Director of the HIV/Virology Clinic and the Principal Investigator for the Ryan White Part C Grant.

Please join us in congratulating them and wishing them well in their new roles.