Assistant Professor of Medicine
Conti fights hard for his patients and their families and tries to be a caring doctor. Conti builds the doctor-patient relationship with a focus on the patient. Conti teaches medical students and residents one-on-one and in small groups. He also teaches in patients in the medical wards. Conti also does clinical research and writes case reports, like those just published about B12 deficiency and aseptic meningitis. Conti wants to improve how the next generation of doctors are taught, spread accurate medical information, and help people understand scientific and medical facts. Conti worked during the pandemic and took care of people with the coronavirus. In 2018, Nico Conti did a work-study program at Case Western Reserve University. In 2020, the American Board of Internal Medicine gave Conti a license to practice internal medicine. Conti did his residency and internship in internal medicine at University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University, and Louis Stokes VA Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. He also got his California medical license that same year.