Evelyne Chiakpo recently joined BU Family Medicine as a Faculty and Assistant Professor in August 2007. She comes from New York Medical College Family Medicine Residency Program in Yonkers NY where she did her residency program and graduated in June 2000. She served as chief resident in her last year of residency and stayed on as faculty, where she was the coordinator of the Women’s Health/OB curriculum. She took a year off in 2002 to do an Obstetrics fellowship at the University Hospitals of Cleveland in Ohio. She eventually returned to her faculty job in NY where she supervised the residents during their women’s health and obstetrics rotations, taught colposcopy, and ran the prenatal program for the residency program. At BU, she is the residency site coordinator of Women’s Health and Prenatal Care at South Boston Community Health Center where she has an active practice and supervises,teaches and precepts medical students and FM residents. At Boston Medical Center, she is an active participant of the OB/FM Collaborative in Labor and Delivery.She also covers the Inpatient Adult service as well as the Mom Baby unit couple of times a year.She works with medical students year round in ICM I and ICM II, Ambulatory Care, Maternal and Child Health electives/rotations. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians since 2007. She is a Faculty Advisor for ALSO(Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics)- organizes obstetric emergency simulations and drills for FM residency programs in the New England area. Her professional interests include women’s health, surgical obstetrics, family planning procedures, adolescent medicine, residency education and global health.She assists the REACH-BUSM project. She is also very active internationally where she organizes and leads medical missions yearly in impoverished areas in West Africa. The missions are directed towards acute medical care, chronic disease management,same day surgeries, health education including CPR and HIV counseling and testing.
- University of Ibadan, MBBS