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photo Natasha Parekh, MD

General Internal Medicine/Clinical Research Fellow

Email: parekhn@upmc.edu

Phone: 412-692-4888

Contact
Office: 200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
 
Phone: 412-692-4888
Fax:
E-mail: parekhn@upmc.edu
Education and Training
Education
MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, 2011
BS, University of Miami, 2007
Training
Chief Residency, Internal Medicine, UPMC, 2015
Residency, Internal Medicine, UPMC, 2014
Research Interest
Dr. Parekh's current research interests include women's health and disparities in the Medicaid population. Her current research projects focus on cervical cancer screening guideline adherence and racial, regional, and ethnic disparities in health care quality in Pennsylvania Medicaid.
Clinical Interest
Dr. Parekh is clinically interested in care of underserved populations, medically and socioeconomically complex populations, and innovative health care delivery models.
Educational Interest
Dr. Parekh's educational interests include history taking and physical examinations, health policy and advocacy through active learning, and quality improvement.
Publications
Selected Publications:
Sawatsky A, Parekh N, Muula A, Mbata I, Bui T. Cultural implications of mentoring in sub-Saharan Africa: a qualitative study. Medical Education. 2016; 50(6): 657-69.
Sawatsky A, Parekh N, Muula A, Bui T. Specialization training in Malawi: a qualitative study on the perspectives of medical students graduating from the University of Malawi College of Medicine. BMC Medical Education. 2014; 14(1).
Chen J, Ribaudo H, Souda S, Parekh N, Ogwu A, Lockman S, Powis K, Dryden-Peterson S, Creek T, Jimbo W, Madidimalo T, Makhema J, Essex M, Shapiro R. Highly active antiretroviral therapy and adverse birth outcomes among HIV-infected women in Botswana. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2012; 206(11): 1696-1705.
Shapiro R, Souda S, Parekh N, Binda K, Kayembe M, Lockman S, Svab P, Babitseng O, Powis K, Jimbo W, Creek T, Makhema J, Essex M. High prevalence of hypertension and placental insufficiency, but no in utero HIV transmission, among women on HAART with stillbirths in Botswana. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. 2011; 115(1): 20-25.
Notable Achievements
Department of Medicine Research Day Award for Fellows in Health Services/Clinical Epidemiology and Medical Education Research Category, University of Pittsburgh, 2016
1st Place Poster- Health Sciences Disparities Poster Competition, University of Pittsburgh, 2016
Member, Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Health Policy Committee, 2016-Present
Member, Society of General Internal Medicine, 2016-Present
Member, Academy Health, 2016-Present
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2015-Present
Chief Medical Resident, UPMC, 2014-2015
Member, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, 2011-Present