Jennifer Mandal, MD
Maiden name: Jennifer Staves
2019 - Rheumatology, Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco
2019 - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training, University of California
2015 - Internal Medicine, Residency: University of California, San Francisco
MD, 2012 - , Medical School: University of California, San Francisco
BA, 2007 - Human Biology, Undergraduate: Stanford University
Honors and Awards
- UCSF Rheumatology Division Clinical Fellow Award, UCSF, 2017
- UCSF Internal Medicine Professionalism Award, UCSF, 2015
- UCSF Essential Core Teaching Award, UCSF, 2010
- UCSF Curriculum Ambassador Showcase “Biggest Future Impact” Award, UCSF, 2009
- Stanford University Centennial Teaching Assistant Award, Stanford, 2008
- A Mobile Learning Module to Support Interprofessional Knowledge Construction in the Health Professions.
- Tuberculosis of the Finger.
- Primary Angiitis of the Central Nervous System.
- Beyond "Great Job": Feedback Among Students on Interprofessional Teams
- Oral presentation at UCSF Education Day 2014
- The impact of an interprofessional standardized patient exercise on attitudes toward working in interprofessional teams.
- Interprofessional Standardized Patient Exercise (ISPE): The Case of “Paul Harris”. MedEdPORTAL. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9011
- An Interprofessional Standardized Patient Exercise Improves Attitudes Towards Team Care
- Poster presentation at UCSF Jack Rodnick Memorial Colloquium on Innovations in Family Medicine. San Francisco, CA
- Poster presentation at Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) AAMC Western Regional Conference. Stanford, CA
- Oral presentation at UCSF School of Medicine Education Day 2011. San Francisco, CA
- Poster presentation at UCSF School of Medicine Alumni Weekend. San Francisco, CA.
- Poster presentation at UCSF School of Medicine Education Day 2010. San Francisco, CA
- Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) AAMC Western Regional Conference. Asilomar, CA.
- An innovative mobile learning module to support knowledge construction in the health professions