University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Primary Care Internal Medicine

Bio for Shaden Eldakar-Hein, M.D.
Shaden Eldakar-Hein, M.D.

Shaden Eldakar-Hein, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine

Contact Information
Office Location:
Hospital Medicine, 111 Colchester Ave., Shep 5, Burlington, VT 05401

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Associate Residency Program Director, Internal Medicine

Area of Interest

Resident Education
Resident Wellness and Ethics in Medicine

Awards and Honors

2015 Runner up- GME Teacher of the Year

2014 Osler Award for General Medicine Teacher of the Year- nominated by house staff

2014 Fellowship, American College of Physicians

2012 Gold Humanism Honor Society Award – nominated by medical students
2010 Chief Resident – nominated by faculty

2008 Intern of the Year – voted by house-staff

Clinical Expertise

Hospital Medicine

Committee Appointments

UVM COM Committee on Advancement

DOM Reappointment Promotions and Tenure


2011- 5/2015 Masters of Science in Bioethics

Alden March Bioethics Institute

Albany Medical College

Albany, NY


2003 – 2007 Doctor of Medicine

Temple University School of Medicine

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1998 – 2002
Bachelor of Science

Major: PreMedicine

Minor: Psychology/Neuroscience

Pennsylvania State University

University Park, Pennsylvania



American Board of Internal Medicine: 8/2010-2020

Postdoctoral Training

2007 – 2010 Internal Medicine Internship & Residency:
Temple University Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Publications (Peer Reviewed)

2015 McVeigh, U., Eldakar, S. Terminal Extubation. Hospital Medicine Clinics.

2009 Ward LD, Patel NM, Eldakar S, Paranjape A, Sherlinski K , Ward SH. The Urban Black Market for Prescription Drugs. Journal of Urban Health. June 2011

2009 Clauss, H Eldakar, S Collins, J Bettiker, R Prevalence of HIV in an Urban Emergency Department. AIDS Patient Care and STDs. March 2011

Research Interests

Ethics in medicine, physician wellness, quality improvement in hospital medicine