Associate ProfessorMedicine Associate Program Director, UW Internal Medicine Residency ProgramFaculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDNew York University, School of MedicineNew York, NY1993–1997 Internship and Residency in Internal MedicineUniversity of Pennsylvania Medical CenterPhiladelphia, PA1997–2000 MPHUniversity of Washington, School of Public Health and Community MedicineSeattle, WA2000–2002 Honors: New York University President’s Service Award1995 Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar2000–2002 Mentored Research Scientist Development Award, CDC2004–2007 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Community Action Award2005 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Physician Faculty Scholar2008–2011 Hepatitis B Coalition of Washington Advocate Award2009 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: Evidence based medicine and clinical decision-makingInternal medicine residency curriculum development and evaluationHealth promotion and chronic disease management in vulnerable populationsCommunity-based programs in cancer detection, prevention, and control Publications Publications: Choe JH, Koepsell TD, Heagerty PJ, Taylor VM. 2005. Colorectal cancer among Asians and Pacific Islanders in the U.S.: Survival disadvantage for the foreign-born. Cancer detection and prevention. 29(4):361–8. PMID: 16081223. Choe JH, Tu S-P, Lim JM, Burke NJ, Acorda E, Taylor VM. 2006. "Heat in their intestine": Colorectal cancer prevention beliefs among older Chinese Americans. Ethnicity & disease. 16(1):248–54. PMID: 16599379. Elmore J, Choe J. 2007. Breast cancer screening for women in their 40s: Moving from controversy about data to helping individual women. Annals of internal medicine. 146(7):529–31. PMID: 17404356. Wong CJ, Choe JH. Pulmonary risk assessment and management (Chapter 13; pp 89–92). In: Wong CJ, Hamlin NP, eds. The Perioperative Medicine Consult Handbook (ISBN: 978-1-4614-3219-7). New York, NY: Springer, 2012. Choe JH, Knight CL, Stiling R, Corning K, Lock K, Steinberg KP. Shortening the Miles to the Milestones: Connecting EPA-Based Evaluations to ACGME Milestone Reports for Internal Medicine Residency Programs. Acad Med. 2016 Jul;91(7):943–50. PMID: 27028030.