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Dr. Renee Mallory attended Boston University School of Medicine. She then completed her internal medicine residency at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, followed by a two year general internal medicine fellowship which included a MPH from the Uniformed Services University. After completing fellowship she deployed to Iraq for 6 months and returned to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as clinician educator and core teaching faculty member for the National Capital Region Internal Medicine Residency program. She served for 4 years as an Associate Program Director for the internal medicine residency program and 3 years as the Associate Program Director for the transitional year program. She finished her last two years at Walter Reed as the Assistant Service Chief of Internal Medicine before transitioning to USU as the Course Director for the Introduction to Clinical Reasoning (ICR) course. During her time as the ICR course director she introduced multiple teaching strategies to the course to improve student assessment. Her primary interests include teaching, clinical care, curricular design and development, and working with students experiencing academic difficulty.

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Curricular design/development, learner remediation


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