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Medical School: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Residency: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


Dr. Novin graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in biochemistry. He worked at a nutrition store during his time in college which led to a curiosity in medical sciences. He had an initial interest in pharmacy and shortly attended pharmacy school before realizing his passion in the field of medicine. After switching to medicine and obtaining his degree at the University of Wisconsin, he completed his internal medicine residency at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Dr. Novin's passions outside of the hospital include board game nights, biking, rowing, and animals.

Why UW?

"I was immediately struck by the welcoming atmosphere of the UW faculty and the satisfaction of current fellows with their program. Having lived in the Midwest and East Coast, I was curious to learn more about the Pacific Northwest while obtaining strong training at a reputable program."

Why Rheumatology? 

"Rheumatology is one of the few subspecialties in Internal Medicine that offers depth of knowledge while maintaining a wide breadth of organ system involvement and disease presentation. I find satisfaction not only diagnosing complex and challenging medical conditions, but also in the ability to provide life-changing treatment and alleviate burdensome symptoms. I am also drawn by the ambiguous nature of many rheumatologic conditions and the cerebral nature of the field."