Kim Yen Nguyen

Kim Yen Nguyen , MD

Clinical Instructor

Medical Sciences Building

7559

COM IM IMM Fellow/Clinic - 0563

Education

Medical Degree: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas Dallas, Texas, 2009

Bachelors Degree: University of Houston Houston, TX, 2005 (Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry)

Residency: University of Texas Houston, TX , 2012 (Internal Medicine)

Research and Practice Interests

American College of Physicians, Houston TX. Clinical Poster Presentation. Rare Lymphatic Differentiation of Pleural Angiosarcoma, March 2012.

American College of Physicians, San Antonio, TX. Clinical Poster Presentation and 2nd Place Winner. An Unusual Case of Cryptococcal Meningitis, September 2010.

TX A&M Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Dr. Lori Bernstein, Molecular Basis of Carcinogenesis, May-July, 2004.

Research Assistant, Biology and Biochemistry, Dr. Christos Stathopoulous, Virulence Factors and Microbial Pathogenesis, July-September, 2003.

Research Assistant, Biology and Biochemistry, Dr. Werner Hoch, Neural Development and Neuromuscular Diseases, January-July, 2003.

Research Assistant, Chemistry, Dr. Tony Haymet, Antarctic Antifreeze Proteins and Nucleation, March-July, 2002.


 

Positions and Work Experience

09-2012 -To Present Clinical Intructor , Hospital Medicine, Memorial Hermann TX Medical Center/UT Houston/ Sound Tri-partnership,

Professional Affiliation

2012: Member of the Residency Council

07-2009 -To Present: American Medical Association

07-2009 -To Present: American College of Physicians

07-2009 -To Present: Christian Medical and Dental Association

2006: Internal Medicine Preceptorship, Dr. Zaunbrecher, Galveston, TX

2005 -2009: American Medical Association

2005 -2009: TX Medical Association

2006: Monday Clinic, organization aimed to serve the indigent.

2005 -2007: United to Serve, educates local population about optimal health

2005 -2006: Mosaic Local organization empowering immigrants and refugees, at-risk youth, and those at risk for HIV/AIDS

2001 -2002: Hope Initiative, fundraised money for Vietnamese orphanages

2003 -2005: Houston Hospice

2003 -2005: American Chemistry Society Member President in 2005