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The Underrepresented in Medicine Journey to Academic Medicine Podcast

Hosted by Tochi Iroku-Malize, MD, MPH, MBA, FAAFP and Omari A. Hodge, MD, FAAFP.

In this podcast, we address the real and perceived barriers faced by historically Underrepresented in Medicine residents and students when considering a career in academic family medicine. Our hosts and guests will provide practical tips and personal advice on topics like leadership, scholarly activity, CVs, mentorship, and more.

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URM JAM Show Hosts

Tochi Iroku-Malize, MD, MPH, MBA

Northwell Health

Tochi Iroku-Malize, MD, MPH, MBA, is the inaugural chair of family medicine at Northwell Health and professor and chair of family medicine for the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. She is dual board certified in family medicine and hospice and palliative medicine and holds a masters degree in public health policy and management as well as one in business administration. Dr. Iroku-Malize is involved in diverse programs including, but not limited to, global & planetary health, clinical informatics, women’s & children’s health, special needs populations, cultural competency, advocacy and leadership. She has worked for over the past three decades on clinical, research and academic initiatives to enhance health and equity for both providers and patients across various communities locally, nationally and internationally.

Omari Hodge, MD, FAAFP

Northeast Georgia Hospital System, FMR

Dr. Hodge earned his medical degree at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta and completed his Family Medicine residency at Self Regional Hospital in Greenwood, South Carolina. As a primary care physician, Dr. Hodge has worked in a variety of roles, from urgent care to campus medicine and most recently graduate medical education. Currently he serves as Associate Program Director to the numerous medical students and family medicine residents who rotate through the clinic and hospital at Northeast Georgia Hospital System, Gainesville campus. Dr. Hodge serves on the board of trustees at Christian Medical & Dental Associations and is a local editor for GEMS through FPIN. He and his wife Kiera participate in both local and global medical aid relief trips. His current endeavors are in Clarkston, GA (aka the most diverse square mile in America) and Addis Abba Ethiopia. The Hodges have four children and reside in Braselton, Georgia.