Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine

Clinical Office
OSU Family Medicine at Thomas Rardin
2231 N. High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43201
Phone: 614-293-2700
Fax: 614-293-2720

Academic Office
Northwood-High Building
2231 N. High Street
Suite 208
Columbus, Ohio 43201
Amanda.Pannu@osumc.edu 

Background

I joined The Ohio State University Family Medicine Department in August 2018, and am very excited to be working with such a wonderful group of faculty members and residents.

I completed my Family Medicine residency at the University of Rochester, where I also served as a PGY-4 Chief Resident. In Rochester, I explored my interests in resident education and leadership by holding several leadership positions within the ACGME and my own residency program. I also participated in my program’s Global Health track in Honduras, which taught me how to provide sustainable international health care. I also have a special interest in resident wellness and have advocated for policy change, both at a national level, and within my former residency program.

Research, Education and Clinical Interests

I am interested in chronic disease management, behavioral health treatment, preventative medicine, and education.

Education and Training

  • MD: Northeast Ohio Medical University
  • Residency: The University of Rochester fFmily Medicine Residency

National Positions

  • 2016-2018; Resident Representative, American College of Graduate Medical Education Family Medicine Review Committee
  • 2016-2018; Member, American College of Graduate Medical Education Council of Review Committee Residents
  • 2017-2018; Chair, Resident Well-being Subcommittee, American College of Graduate Medical Education Council of Review Committee Residents
  • 2017-2018; Member, American College of Graduate Medical Education Resident Well-being Taskforce

Select Publications

  • Pannu, A. Community and Preventative Medicine. First Aid for the Family Medicine Boards, 3rd Ed. McGraw-Hill, NYC. Accepted for Publication.
  • Pannu, A. Combating Burnout Through Advocacy: A Resident's ACGME Journey. In-House. WebMay 2018.

  • Pannu, A., Jack, A. Russell, H., Schultz, S. Investing in Chief Residents: A Curriculum to Develop Leaders in Family Medicine. Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; May 7, 2018; Washington, DC.

  • Narla, S., Pannu, A., Devine, M. Osteopathic Teaching in an Allopathic Residency: The Benefit of an AOC. Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; May 7, 2018; Washington, DC.

Awards/Honors

  • STFM Resident Teacher Award, University of Rochester Family Medicine Residency Program, June 2017.
  • STFM Faculty for Tomorrow Scholarship Recipient, May 2016.
  • Alpha Omega Alpha, 2014.

 Professional Memberships

  • STFM
  • AAFP
  • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society
  • AMA

 

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