ScholarRx is pleased to announce the recent appointment of esteemed clinician educator and academician, Dr. Amy Baranoski, as Senior Director of Curriculum. This addition enhances ScholarRx’s ongoing mission to deliver high-quality medical education resources and tools to faculty, deans, and students globally.
Dr. Baranoski brings a deep portfolio of qualifications, starting with her MD from Drexel University and an MSc in Epidemiology from the Boston University School of Public Health. Recognized for her expertise in infectious diseases and HIV medicine, Dr. Baranoski recently served as an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine at Drexel University College of Medicine.
Dr. Baranoski is a dedicated medical educator with experience in curriculum development and accreditation. As the Associate Dean of the Phase One curriculum for the MD Program at Drexel, she helped shape the learning experiences for hundreds of students. Her passion for teaching and preparing future physicians was part of what attracted her to this new role.
Dr. Baranoski is also a practicing infectious diseases physician with clinical expertise in caring for people living with HIV. She has training in epidemiology and experience in clinical and translational research with a history of support from an NIH K12 grant and various other NIH-funded studies. Her research has focused on the intersection of HIV infection and aging and cervical and anal cancer screening for women with HIV.
Dr. Tao Le said, “We are delighted to have Dr. Amy Baranoski join ScholarRx. She is a multi-award winning medical educator who deeply understands student learning needs.”
About ScholarRx: ScholarRx is a mission-driven organization serving over 150,000 medical students and physician learners annually. ScholarRx recently launched the Brick Exchange, the first global shared curriculum exchange for health professionals, designed to empower faculty and medical schools to rapidly build and deploy high-quality education experiences, even in resource-constrained environments.