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Meet Dr Umesh

Meet Dr Umesh

Curriculum Vitae

Hypnosis:

  • iHealth Hypnotherapy School with Kweethai Neill, PhD
    400 Hours competed in Sept 2013
  • Master Class in Hypnotherapy with Gil Boyne
    32 hours completed in May 2008
  • Stage Hypnosis for the Therapist by Attila
    16 hours completed in May 2008
  • Master Class in Hypnotherapy with Gil Boyne
    32 hours completed in October 2007
  • Master Class in Hypnotherapy with Gil Boyne
    40 hours completed in May 2007
  • Real Life Hypnosis with AJ Puedan
    40 hours completed in February 2007

Post-Graduate Medicine:

  • Internal Medicine Residency
    Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
    June 2010 through June 2013
  • Bariatric Surgery Research Fellowship
    University of California at San Francisco
    July 2005 through June 2006
  • General Surgery Internship
    University of California at San Francisco
    June 2003 through June 2005

Medical School:

  • Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee – Class of 2003

Undergraduate:

  • University of California at San Diego, Revelle College
    BS earned in June 1998, Cum Laude
    Major in Chemistry & Biochemistry
    Minors in Humanities and General Biology

Medical Informatics:

  • 10×10 Introductive Informatics Program (Distance Learning)
    American Medical Informatics Association in cooperation with
    Oregon Health Sciences University
    Spring Semester 2006

Leadership Development:

  • Getting Results (Success Coaching) – 40-hour Course
    Success Coach Technologies; Tampa, FL – Dec 2006
  • The Next Level, 5-day Personal Development Journey
    Mind Power, Inc; Las Vegas, NV – Nov 2006
  • Millionaire Mentorship Program, 24-hour Course
    Mind Power, Inc; Las Vegas, NV – Oct 2006
  • The Turning Point; 2-day Course
    Mind Power, Inc; Las Vegas, NV – Aug 2006
  • Train the Trainer (ZT3) – 16-hour Invitational Course
    Zig Ziglar Corporation; Dallas, TX – Aug 2005

Medical School:

  • Standing Ovation Award
    Student Assembly, Medical College of Wisconsin
    (Shared) Excellence in leadership in preparing the student report to the Liaison Committee on Medical Education for Institutional Accreditation
    Spring 2003
  • Student Research Fellowship
    Deafness Research Foundation, Washington, D.C.
    One-Year Research Stipend for work with PA Wackym, MD
    July 2001 – June 2002
  • Medical Student Travel Award
    Association for Research in Otolaryngology
    Mid-Winter Meeting to present the following poster:
    Gai2(vest) Express in the Rat Vestibular Periphery
    January 2002
  • Medical Student Travel Award
    Friends of the Medical College of Wisconsin
    to attend the Mid-Winter Meeting of the ARO
    January 2002
  • Bob Herzog Alumni Scholarship – Student Affairs
    Recognizing Excellence in Leadership during the M1/M2 years
    Spring 2000
  • Standing Ovation Award
    (Shared) Initiative in re-tooling the technical equipment in our new MS-2 lecture auditorium, solving untoward delays in instruction
    Spring 2000
  • Standing Ovation Award (Nomination)
    Shared with one other student for improvements made to the operation of the Applicant Host Program and development of the new Recruitment Multimedia Presentation
    Spring 2000

Undergraduate:

  • Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society – Sigma Chapter
    University of California at San Diego
    June 1998
  • Outstanding Graduating Senior Scholar – Leader
    Revelle College, University of California at San Diego
    Individually honored at the Revelle College Commendment (~600 students) recognizing an exceptional balance of achievement in both scholarship and leadership
    June 1998
  • Ernest C Mort Excellence in Leadership Award
    Revelle College, University of California at San Diego
    One of eight students recognized at the annual awards banquet for outstanding achievement in student leadership during the preceding year
    Spring Leadership Banquet – May 1997 and
    Spring Leadership Banquet – May 1998

Insights from Studying the Placebo Effect
International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association
Annual Conference Keynote Address
HypnoExpo 2016 – May 14, 2016

The Unknowing Hypnotist in You
Banner Family Medicine Geriatrics Program
Grand Rounds – January 26, 2016

The Unknowing Hypnotist in You
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center – Medicine & Psychiatry
Grand Rounds – January 30, 2015

Subconscious Speaking Confidence – Winning the Inner Game
District 4, Toastmasters International
Toastmasters Leadership Institute (1-hour workshop); June 2007

Creating Success Together – Step 1: Self Mastery
District 4, Toastmasters International
New Officers Training (Full Day Training); June 2007

What’s the Point (of all this leadership stuff)?
Revelle College, University of California at San Diego
All-College Leadership Retreat (1-hour keynote address); September 3, 2006

How to use your Otoscope and Stethoscope
Given to MS1 students to prepare for their clinical observations
Department of Family Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
October 2002

Calculating pI from known pK values for Neutral, Acidic, and Basic Amino Acids
The professor offered TAs an opportunity to each give one lecture to the entire class in his stead
Organic Chemistry (140C), University of California at San Diego
Winter 1996

I have performed on stage at both Carnegie Hall in New York City and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC.

On Life:

“Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in the grey twilight that know neither victory nor defeat.”
~Theodore Roosevelt, 26th US President (1858 – 1919)

On Teaching:

“Tell me and I will forget. Show me and I will try to remember. Involve me and I will understand; for then it is my own.”
~Unknown

On Selecting Friends, Associates, and Co-Workers:

“Great minds may think alike, but brilliant minds think as one.”
~Umesh K Tiwari, MD CHT

“Great minds may think alike, but brilliant minds think as one.”
~Umesh K Tiwari, MD CHT

Office Hours

  • Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: Closed
  • All encounters are by appointment only.