Geriatric Medicine Fellows 2019-2020
Teresa Colvin M.D. Ph.D.
Dr. Teresa (“Terri”) Colvin completed her undergraduate education at Canisius College in Buffalo where she majored in Biochemistry. She then trained in the MD/PhD program at Boston University School of Medicine, pursuing her PhD in Molecular Medicine. Her PhD work resulted in new collaborations and several conference presentations and publications in major scientific journals. She then joined the Internal Medicine at University at Buffalo, where she served as the 2019 Chief Resident at the Buffalo VA Hospital. She was the ACGME ‘Back to Bedside’ Initiative Grant Awardee from 2017 – 19 and actively engaged in launching this program at Buffalo General Medical Center. She also participated on the UB Residency Program Wellness Committee and Curriculum Committee where she served as Secretary. Her hobbies and interests include cooking, hiking and spending time with her family.
Vikrant Tambe M.B.B.S
Dr. Vikrant (“Vik”) Tambe completed his medical education (Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery) and a one year rotatory internship at the Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s (MGM) Medical College in Navi Mumbai, India. He participated in several physician observerships in the United States prior to joining the Internal Medicine Residency Program at SUNY Upstate Medical Center. He is the 2017 recipient of the Resident Teaching Award for excellence in medical student education. He is the author of numerous abstracts, case reports and publications based upon his clinical and research activities. He has been an active Disaster Health Services volunteer with the American Red Cross in both Chicago and New York as well. His hobbies and interests include cooking, writing short stories and listening to music.