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Taison Bell

Taison D. Bell

Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Virginia

Rising Star

Taison D. Bell

Dr. Bell is an assistant professor of medicine in the divisions of infectious disease and pulmonary/critical care medicine at the University of Virginia. He is also the director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit and director of the UVA Summer Medical Leadership Program (a medical school preparatory program for under-represented students). Dr. Bell joined the faculty in 2017 after completing a critical care fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. Prior to that, he completed internal medicine residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital, where he was a chief resident, and infectious disease fellowship at the combined Mass General Brigham program. Highly invested in teaching, Dr. Bell was voted Inpatient Attending of the Year by the UVA Internal Medicine Residency program in 2018 and 2020, in addition to being selected for the Virginia American College of Physicians Academic Teaching Award in 2019. He is a recent graduate of the Darden School of Business at UVA.


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