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Katherine Lupton, MD

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Assistant Professor of Medicine

Education:

Undergraduate

AB, Human Biology, Stanford University

Medical School

University of California San Francisco

Residency

Primary Care Internal Medicine, University of California San Francisco/San Francisco General Hospital

Fellowship

General Internal Medicine/Clinician Educator, University of California San Francisco

General Field of Work:

General Internal Medicine

Affiliations other than Medicine:

Associate Program Director
Internal Medicine Residency Program

Contact Information:

Office:

Evans 124

Phone:

(617)-638-6500

Fax:

(617)-638-6501

Email:

katherine.lupton@bmc.org

Keywords:

Medical education, residency training, physician workforce diversity, health disparities, underserved and vulnerable populations, primary care internal medicine

Summary of Academic Interests:

I am interested in both medical education and health disparities, and how the two intersect. In particular I am interested in how we can train physicians to work effectively with underserved and vulnerable patients, and strategies to promote diversity in the physician workforce. I am also interested in medical education in the ambulatory setting.