Steven V. Angus, M.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine
Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Dr. Angus was born and raised in Connecticut. He received his degree in biology from Yale University and his M.D. degree from Ross University. Dr. Angus completed his residency training in internal medicine at the University of Connecticut and joined the faculty at UConn after completing his chief medical resident year. He is a primary care physician and directs the Internal Medicine Residency Program here at UConn.
Outpatient Pavilion, 2nd Floor West
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030
Education and Training:
|Undergraduate School||Yale University ||Biology|
|Medical School||Ross University School of Medicine ||Medicine|
|Internship||University of Connecticut School of Medicine||Internal Medicine
|Residency||University of Connecticut School of Medicine||Internal Medicine
Honors and Awards:
|Name of Award/Honor||Awarding Organization|
|The University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Graduate Medical Education Award ||UConn School of Medicine, Office of Graduate Medical Education|
|The David S. Frederick Award for Excellence in Teaching||Internal Medicine Residency Program|
|South Park Homeless Clinic Attending Physician Award||UConn School of Medicine|
|Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Physicians Laureate Award
||American College of Physicians|
|Elected to ACP Fellowship
|America’s Top Physicians ||Consumers’ Research Council of America|
|Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching||UConn Primary Care Residency Program|
Dr. Angus is participating in two federally-funded grant projects looking at innovative primary care delivery models. He also has an interest in other innovative educational curricula designs including on-line learning and risk management.
Peer Reviewed Publications
The new internal medicine fellowship match timeline: a change in the right direction.
Angus, Steven; Adams, Michael; Willett, Lisa L; Swenson, Sara L; Chaudhry, Saima I; Halvorsen, Andrew J; Arora, Vineet; McDonald, Furman S. (2014). The American journal of medicine, 11, (127), 1132-6.
Usefulness of the ACGME resident survey: a view from internal medicine program directors.
Adams, Michael; Willett, Lisa L; Wahi-Gururaj, Sandhya; Halvorsen, Andrew J; Angus, Steven V. (2014). The American journal of medicine, 4, (127), 351-5.
What skills should new internal medicine interns have in july? A national survey of internal medicine residency program directors.
Angus, Steven; Vu, T Robert; Halvorsen, Andrew J; Aiyer, Meenakshy; McKown, Kevin; Chmielewski, Amy F; McDonald, Furman S. (2014). Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 3, (89), 432-5.
Changes in the national residency matching program policy: are internal medicine program directors "all-in"?.
Adams, Michael; Morrison, Thomas B; Call, Stephanie; Halvorsen, Andrew J; Moore, Jared; Lucarelli, Maria; Angus, Steven; McDonald, Furman S. (2012). Journal of graduate medical education, 2, (4), 148-53.
Quality Improvement Project to Improve the Rate of Screening Colonoscopy at Internal Medicine Resident Clinics: Results From Two Sites.
Rustagi, T., Stein, A., Diez, L., Andrews, R., and Angus, Steven. (2011). Gastrointestinal Endoscopy,
Teaching Risk Management: Addressing ACGME Core Competencies.
Nissen, Kiki; Angus, Steven V; Miller, Wendy; Silverman, Adam R. (2010). Journal of graduate medical education, 4, (2), 589-94.
Andrews, R and Angus, Steven. (2007). First Exposure to Ambulatory Medicine,
Prostate Cancer Screening.
Angus, Steven. (2007). First Exposure to Ambulatory Medicine,