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Flexner Dean's Lecture Series - Annual Satcher Lecture - Ana Nunez, M.D.

Date and Time 
September 10, 2013 (Tuesday) 12:00pm - 1:00pm
208 Light Hall
Event Type:
Dean's Lecture Series
Ana Nunez, M.D.
Hosted by:
Flexner Dean's Lecture Series
MD Students - VMS I
MD Students - VMS II
MD Students - VMS III
MD Students - VMS IV
Ishan Asokan

Flexner Dean's Lecture Series presents
Ana E. Nunez, M.D.
Co-sponsored by the MPH Program and the Office of Diversity


Ana E. Núñez, M.D. is a professor of medicine, director of the Center of Excellence, and director of the Women's Health Education Program at Drexel University College of Medicine. She is also the associate dean of urban health equity, education and research.  Dr. Núñez received her medical degree and completed her internal medicine residency training and chief residency at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, PA.  Her post-graduate training includes a fellowship in medical education at the Michigan State University Primary Care Faculty Development and a fellowship in health services research at the Association of American Medical Colleges. She also was a fellow at the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (part of the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership) at Drexel University College of Medicine.   Dr. Núñez is a nationally recognized medical educator in sex and gender medical education, curricular reform and cultural competency.  She has served as the principal investigator in a number of educational and health services research grants in women’s health and culturally effective health care.  She is an invited member of a national expert panel for developing tools to measuring cultural competence, a program supported by the Commonwealth Fund and spearheaded by the AAMC.

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