Scott Stern
Section of General Internal Medicine
Professor of Medicine
Assistant Dean for Technology & Innovation in Medical Education, Pritzker School of Medicine
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Training

DegreeYearInstitutionArea
BA1980The University of ChicagoBiology
MD1984The University of Chicago 
Residency1988University of RochesterInternal Medicine and Pediatrics
Residency1989University of RochesterChief Resident

Academic Interests

Dr. Stern's focus is on evidence based medicine and medical education. He has directed the third year clerkship in Internal Medicine for many years and is Clinical Director of the course, Clinicopathophysiology. Dr. Stern and colleagues authored the textbokk Symptom to Diagnosis (McGraw-Hill) the second edition of which was released in 2010. Dr. Stern's current focus includes the development of a computer based simulation to teach internal medicine diagnosis and the dissemination of electronic teaching tools to international medical schools.


Clinical Interests

General internal medicine.


Representative Publications

  1. Stern S. High Intensity vs. Standard Intensity Warfarin in the Antiphospholipid Syndrome [Letter] New England Journal of Medicine 349:2569; 2003 December 25
  2. Stern S. D Dimer in the Diagnosis of DVT [Letter] New England Journal of Medicine. 350:192 January 8, 2004



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