Raquel Buranosky, MD
- Assistant Dean for Clinical Education
Dr. Raquel Buranosky serves as the Assistant Dean for Clinical Education of OMED. Additionally, she is a Professor of Medicine, the Director of Internal Medicine Residency Advising Program, and Medical Director of Pittsburgh's Underserved Women's Center Clinic.
She has a fascinating and diverse educational background. Dr. Buranosky first earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Georgetown University in 1990. She continued her education at Duke University Medical School in 1994. Lastly, she received her MPH at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health in 2000.
She has extensive training, which includes an Internal Medicine Residency Training Program completed in 1997. Dr. Buranosky also served as Chief Medical Resident in 1998 and continued on to complete her General Medicine Fellowship in 2000. Her training was all completed at the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Buranosky's educational interests are in direct teaching of medical students and internal medicine residents as well as in curriculum development for these programs. On a national level, she has contributed to many task forces, working groups and committees on membership and leadership levels that focus on improving internal medicine residency training and career development. She is known nationally for expertise in innovation in medical education. On a local and regional level, she is known for her curricular work on intimate partner violence, prevention and intervention.
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