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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Patient-focused physician specializing in Internal Medicine, with skills in diagnosing pathologies, symptoms and likely progression based on patient histories, examinations and diagnostic testing. Offering 3+ years of medical experience and passion for helping patients improve health and wellness.

Experience
Internal Medicine Resident, 07/2018 to Current
St. Bernards Healthcare Jonesboro, AR,
  • Managed diverse multinational and multicultural population leading to local-global health experience.
  • Devoted expertise to helping underserved patients with common infections and complex pathologies in an urban setting.
  • Provided immediate treatment for the variable presentation of painful vasoocclusive crises and acute complications to a large sickle cell population in Brooklyn.
  • Led multi-disciplinary teams of residents during the pandemic at the city’s epicenter for Covid 19.
Internal Medicine Resident, 07/2018 to Current
St. Bernards Healthcare Pocahontas, AR,
  • Cared for uninsured patient population of Brooklyn.
  • Managed complicated pathologies like DIC, acute liver failure, HIT, ARDS, and severe sepsis in an ICU setting.
  • Developed quality improvement projects with house staff on influenza immunization to increase vaccination rates.
  • Used population health registries to address chronic medical conditions in clinic.
  • Developed a plan of care for patients including diabetic education, smoking cessation, diet and exercise counseling and age-appropriate cancer screenings in primary care clinic.
  • Conducted tele medicine live video and audio call visits, focusing on providing the utmost attention to patients' needs.
  • Experienced in EPIC and All scripts EMR.
Internal Medicine Resident, 07/2018 to Current
St. Bernards Healthcare Jonesboro, AR,
  • Provided for Veterans and worked collaboratively with them to improve their acute illnesses and chronic conditions.
  • Facilitated family meetings about advance care planning of patients with terminal illness, and got additional training in palliative care.
  • Facilitated quick patient transfer with ED physicians to a tertiary care center for emergencies including STEMI, trauma, and vascular compromise.
Internal Medicine Resident, 04/2021 to 06/2021
St. Bernards Healthcare Pocahontas, AR,
  • Kept abreast of advances in gastrointestinal oncology to treat acute conditions for hospitalized cancer patients such as malignant ascites, cholangitis, acute abdomen, and DIC.
  • Executed action plans for oncologic emergencies including acute pain crises, tumor lysis syndrome, hypercalcemia, and neutropenic fever.
  • Led extensive family meetings alongside palliative care teams, and primary oncologists to facilitate shared decision making in hospice and comfort care approach for advanced cancer patients.
Education and Training
M.D.: Medicine, Expected in 08/2018
to
St George's University - Grenada, WI,
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: Medical Laboratory Science, Expected in 08/2014
to
Hunter College of The City University of New York - New York, NY
GPA:
Associate of Science: , Expected in 08/2011
to
LaGuardia Community College of The City University of New York - Long Island City, NY
GPA:
  • Awarded High Honors
Honors and Awards

Best Community Service, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai, NY- 06/2014
Outstanding Award in Revolutionary Research, Hunter College Annual Poster Competition. 06/2014
Intercollegiate Partnership (ICP), Barnard College Scholarship Program. 06/2011
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. 2010-2011
Dean’s List. Fall 2010, Spring 2011
The Alan J. Berman Scholarship Award. 2010-2011

Ongoing Projects & Research Experience

Dose Escalation and Crossover Study of SCD-101 in Sickle Cell Pulmonary Hypertension: Phase I Trial

03/2020 - Present

PI: Dr. John Muthu (NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County)

- Status: NIH funded, IRB approved, initial study patients identified

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Nodal Marginal zone Lymphoma

06/2021 - Present

PI: Dr. David Straus (Memorial Sloan Kettering Center)

- Retrospective analysis to evaluate the clinical behavior of nodal marginal cell lymphoma and compare treatment to guide therapeutic paradigm.

- Status: IRB approved. Currently undergoing data extraction

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Phase II study of Immune Checkpoint Blockade (XmAb23104) in Patients with Advanced Sarcoma

06/2020 - Present

PI: Dr. Ciara Kelly (Memorial Sloan Kettering Center)

- Status: Undergoing IRB approval, initial study patients identified

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The role of virus-directed therapy in Sarcoma

06/2021 - Present

Mentor: Dr. Sandra D’Angelo (Memorial Sloan Kettering Center)

- Intention to publish a review article in Sarcoma section of Volume 23 (2022) of Current Treatment Options in Oncology in Springer

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Quality improvement project in improving influenza vaccination rates in an urban underserved resident practice using targeted educational intervention

01/2019-02/2019

-Demonstrated an increase by 10% in flu shot administration rates from our practice's usual care (67%) over two months by educating on the most common reasons for vaccine declination based off the fact sheet used to address each patient's specific concern.

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Quality improvement project in decreasing no-show rates in an urban underserved resident practice through direct physician to patient reminder calls

10-2019-12/2019

-Decreased no-show rates by 10% from our practice's usual care (37%) over two months with direct physician to patient phone call reminders 24 hours prior to scheduled appointments.

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Presentations

Chaudhary, H., Ramaswamy, S., Qaiser, Y., Zaman, U., Miller, R., & McFarlane, S. I. (2021). Lemierre’s Syndrome with Severe Thrombocytopenia without Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation: A Case Report and Literature Review. American College of Physicians (ACP) virtual E poster competition, 2020 Fall meeting.

Chaudhary, H., Gillette, P. “Acute Chest Syndrome in Hb S/β+ thalassemia Patient.” Mortality and Morbidity conference. SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Feb 2020. Brooklyn, NY (Oral presentation).

Chaudhary H; “Approach to thrombocytopenia in Adults.” Outpatient report. Kings County Hospital. May 2019; Brooklyn, NY (Oral presentation).

Liao, S., Ruiz, Y., Gulzar, H., Yelskaya, Z., Taouit, L. A., Houssou. “Osteosarcoma cell proliferation and survival requires mGluR5 receptor activity and is blocked by Riluzole.” Hunter College Annual Research competition. March 2014. New York, NY. (Poster presentation; 1st place).

Publications

Chaudhary, H., Ramaswamy, S., Qaiser, Y., Zaman, U., Miller, R., & McFarlane, S. I. (2021). Lemierre’s Syndrome with Severe Thrombocytopenia without Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation: A Case Report and Literature Review. American Journal of Medical Case Reports, 9(3), 158-162.

Chaudhary, H. , Gillette, P. , Ashamalla, M. , Hartt, A. , Salifu, M. , & McFarlane, S. I. (2020). Pulmonary Edema in Hb S/β+ thalassemia Patient Leading to Acute Chest Syndrome. A Case Report and Review of Literature. American Journal of Medical Case Reports, 8(10), 332-334.

Leadership Roles and Organizations

Member; The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN). 01/ 2019- Present
Member;The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). 11/ 2018- Present
Member; American College of Physicians (ACP). 01/2020- Present
Lead Student Volunteer; Global Medical Brigade Honduras. 06/2013

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School Attended
  • St George's University
  • Hunter College of The City University of New York
  • LaGuardia Community College of The City University of New York
Job Titles Held:
  • Internal Medicine Resident
  • Internal Medicine Resident
  • Internal Medicine Resident
  • Internal Medicine Resident
Degrees
  • M.D.
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science

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