Department of

Public Health Seminars:

09/26/2017

Topic: The Strong Black Woman and metabolic syndrome: Preliminary results from pilot work to explore social determinants of health in high risk communities

University of Virginia School of Nursing, PhD, Nursing, December 2013|
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing, BS, Nursing, 2007|
Medical College of Virginia, MA, Public Health, 1999|
University of Virginia, BA, Anthropology/Pre-health, 1996|


Resources:


Mark Ryan, MD

Dr. Ryan photoAssistant Professor
Medical Director, i²crp Program

Hayes E. Willis Health Center: (804) 230-7777

Academic office:
West Hospital, 14-110
E-mail: mark.ryan@vcuhealth.org

 

Education

Clinical Training Information

Board Certification

Personal Statement

My clinical interests focus on providing comprehensive primary medical care for marginalized or medically underserved communities, both in Virginia and in the Dominican Republic. I have taught medical students in clinic, and have taught as a member of the "Patient, Physician, and Society" curriculum in the new medical school curriculum. I am very interested in service learning, and interprofessional education and practice.

Clinical Specialties

Service learning, interprofessional education, working with underserved patients and communities, international and global health.

Teaching Expertise

Clinical teaching in the Department of Family Medicine, including Foundations of Clinical Medicine, M3 clerkship and M4 electives. Medical director of the International/Inner City/Rural Preceptorship (I2CRP) program. 

Practice Sites

Hayes E. Willis Health Center
4730 N. Southside Plaza
Richmond, VA 23224

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