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Teja Suhas Patil
Clinical Assistant Professor (Affiliated) [Vapahc], Primary Care and Population Health
BioTeja Patil completed her MD and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and an MPH at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has been a hospital medicine attending since 2015 and serves at the Director of Nocturnists and Director of Surgical Comanagement at VA Palo Alto.
Her professional interests include medical education, night medicine and physician wellness. She coteaches the Resiliency Curriculum Series for the internal medicine residency program.
Increasing the Frequency of Night Float Teaching with a Daily Management System: Where Medical Education Meets Quality Improvement
Medical Science Educator
Patil, T.S., Belitskaya-Levy I., Allaudeen N.
Executive Director, Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health, Primary Care and Population Health
BioAllison is passionate about multi-disciplinary approaches to improving the lives of women and children worldwide. Prior to joining the Center for Innovation in Global Health in 2019, Allison was Deputy Director of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Malaria Elimination Initiative where she joined during the start-up phase and co-led strategic planning, grant management, donor and partner relations, and operations for a team that grew to 60 with an annual budget of $12million.
Prior to UCSF, Allison lived in Tanzania where she worked with a large NGO to lead malaria and HIV prevention education programs in rural communities. With over 15 years of global public health experience, Allison also worked with McKinsey and Company to recommend investment opportunities in the private health sector across Africa, worked on HIV prevention in Thailand, and researched the relationship between modern and traditional medicine in India. Allison graduated from Lewis and Clark College with a degree in Medical Anthropology, and now lives in Menlo Park with her husband and two young daughters.