Welcome to the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. We are among the largest at UAMS with approximately 105 full-time faculty members, and training ranks that include 88 residents and 68 fellows in two residency programs and twelve fellowship programs. Department leadership structure consists of the Chair, Dr. James D. Marsh, a clinical and molecular cardiologist, experienced educator, and leader. He has chaired the department since 2004. The department has three vice chairs: Dr. Robert W. Bradsher, vice chair of education; Dr. Stavros Manolagas, vice chair of research, and Dr. Curt Hagedorn, executive vice chair and Chief of Medicine at CAVHS. Organizationally, the department is comprised of nine academic divisions, each led by a division director who reports to the Chair. Each division also leads their respective services at the Central Arkansas Veterans Health Service facility, which is immediately adjacent to the University Hospital and connected by an enclosed sky bridge. Read more.