Richard A. Serrao, MD
|Institution||Boston University School of Medicine|
|Institution||VA Boston Healthcare System|
|2010||-||2010||VA Boston Healthcare System:
David Littman Award For Highest Quality Patient Care and Excellence in Teaching|
|2016||-||2016||Boston University School of Medicine:
Educator of the Year in Clinical Sciences, Affiliated Program|
Dr. Serrao received undergraduate training in Biomedical Sciences and his medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA via the accelerated University of California UCR/UCLA 7 year premed-med program and received his diplomat in internal medicine from Cedars Sinai medical center in Los Angeles. He went on to infectious diseases fellowship training at Boston Medical Center with additional training in transplantation infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is currently assistant professor in the sections of general internal medicine and infectious diseases and attends on many clinical rotations training students, residents and fellows (in infectious diseases) from BU, BIDMC and Brigham and Women's programs at the VA Boston Healthcare System. He is the medical director for the popular Ambulatory Diagnostic Treatment Center (ADTC) at the JPVA and is an associate clerkship director for the internal medicine 3rd year core internal medicine rotation. His current projects focus on enhancing critical thinking in making clinical diagnoses as well as incorporating media into medical education.
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