Faculty Profile

Dr. Pablo A. Joo, M.D.

Pablo A. Joo, M.D.

Associate Dean for Medical Education and Curricular Affairs

Associate Professor, Department of Family and Social Medicine

Professional Interests


Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
Residency: Montefiore Medical Center (Family Medicine)

Professional Activity

Assistant Dean for Medical Education

Faculty Coordinator, Introduction to Clinical Medicine - Urban Latino Health Track

Concentration Director, Scholarly Opportunities in Academic Medicine - Track on Urban Community Health

Chair, Population Health and the Practice of Medicine Theme Curriculum

Selected Publications

  • Joo P, Krackov S., Hall MV., Figueroa E., Tirthali D., Lin S. A Web-based Approach to Enhance Preventive Medicine Education Outcomes for Third Year Medical Students. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 22 (1), 62-63, December 30, 2009.
  • Joo PA, Younge R, Jones D, Hove J, Lin S, Burton W. “Medical Student Awareness of the Patient-centered Medical Home.” Family Medicine 43(10):696-701. November – December 2011. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22076711
  • Joo, P. "Case #8: 54-year-old with elevated blood pressure". FM Cases. i-InTime. Peer reviewed and web-published July 2010. http://www.fmcases.org/fm_caselist.htm
  • Bowen A, Ryan S, Sogani J, Cortijo A, Nosal S, Joo P. Patient transition from a free clinic to a medical home. American Journal of Medical Quality. 28(5):446. Sep-Oct 2013.
  • Jordan WB, Joo P, Santos MT, Purcell J. Impact of Frequent Assessment on Student Ratings of Preceptor Feedback and Clinical Teaching Effectiveness. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 26(2), 202. 


More Information About Dr. Pablo Joo

Office of Medical Education

Track on Urban Community Health / SOAR Program

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Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Belfer Building, Room 211C
Bronx, NY 10461

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