Afi Mansa Semenya joined BU Family Medicine as Faculty and Clinical Instructor in November 2014. She comes from the Unviersity of North Carolina Family Medicine Residency in Chapel Hill, NC where she graduated in June 2014. She served as vice president of the GME housestaff Council and resident leader of the resident diversity initiative. In her current position, she supervises residents and medical students on the Family Medicine inpatient service and Maternal Child Health. She also serves as a preceptor for medical students and residents at Upham’s Corner Health Center, her site of outpatient care. Her current research includes preconception care HIT (Gabby) at BU. Her other research interests include health disparities and chronic disease management.
- University of Tennessee, MD
- Drexel University, MPH
- University of North Carolina School of Public Health, BA
- Published on 4/30/2014
Semenya AM, Roberts C, Mounsey A. Molar pregnancy after tubal ligation in a patient with neuroendocrine tumour: when a rare condition coincides with an unexpected diagnosis. BMJ Case Rep. 2014; 2014. PMID: 24789159.
- Published on 1/1/2007
Semenya A, Feyler N, Vaughn N. Assessing the Prenatal Needs of West African Immigrants in the Philadelphia Area. 135st APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition. 2007.