Dr. Barczi is a Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of the Division of Geriatrics. Additionally, he is Associate Director-Education at the Madison VA GRECC and Director of the UW Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program. He received his MD from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and completed residency training in internal medicine at the University of Minnesota. He obtained his fellowship training in Geriatric Medicine at the UW-Madison and completed an additional fellowship in Sleep Medicine at the same institution. Dr. Barczi is nationally recognized as a medical educator and directs one of the premier fellowship programs in the country. He has received national and local awards of excellence as an educator, and leads various clinical programs in geriatrics at both the UW Hospital and the Madison VA Hospital. Dr. Barczi plays a major role at the UW to direct and advise the institution on establishing new directions in geriatric clinical models, education and curriculum development.
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Gudmundsson A, Ershler W.B., Lent S, Barczi S, Goodman B Carnes M. Serum Levels of Interleukin-6 Are Increased When Sampled Through an Indwelling venous catheter. Clin Chem 43 (1997) 2199-00.
Gudmunddson A, Goodman B, Lent S, Barczi S, Grace A, Boyle L, Carnes M. Effects of estrogen replacement therapy on circadian rhythms of serum cortisol and body temperature in postmenopausal women. Experimental Gerontology 34 (1999) 809-818.
Barczi S, Sullivan P, Robbins J. How should dysphagia care of older adults differ? Establishing optimal practice patterns. Sem Speech and Language Path 21 (2000) 347-361.