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Thad Abrams received his Bachelor of Science degree from Luther College
in 1996. He received his medical degree
from the University
of Iowa in 2000 and went
on to complete his residency with The University of Iowa in 2005 in Internal
Medicine and Psychiatry. In 2007, he
completed his M.S. in Clinician Scientist Training as well as completing a
fellowship in quality improvement with the Veterans Affairs National Quality
Scholars program. In 2008, he became a
Fellow Associate in Health Services Research Internal Medicine with the University of Iowa. From 2009-2010, he worked as an
Associate in Internal Medicine in the University of Iowa and was promoted to the
rank of Assistant Professor in the
Internal Medicine Division in 2010.
In his spare time, Dr. Abrams enjoys trout fishing and is an
avid runner and woodworker.
Why do I do the work that I do?: “I continue to be challenged to find new and innovative ways
to incorporate my clinical practice and research in effort to improve the care
of patients with combined medical and psychiatric illness. As well,
I am equally humbled by the opportunity to share a deep and rewarding
relationship with Veterans that have sacrificed so much for their fellow
Read more about Dr. Abrams here.
Mayy Chahla, MD
Chris Goerdt, MD
Kristi Ferguson, MSW, PhD
Thad Abrams, MD, MPH
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