Melissa A McNeil, MD, MPH, MACP
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Melissa McNeil, MD, MPH is currently a professor of Medicine and Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. She completed her undergraduate education at Princeton University with a degree in Public Policy and International Affairs and then pursued both her medical degree and her postgraduate training in Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. She also completed a Masters degree in Public Health with a concentration in epidemiology in 1993 at the Graduate School of Public Health. Dr. McNeil has served as a clinician, an educator, and an administrator in a number of roles in her more than twenty years at the University of Pittsburgh. She is the chief of the Section of Women’s Health in the Division of General Internal Medicine, and in that capacity oversees a multitude of initiatives in the arena of Women’s Health including the VA sponsored Women’s Health Fellowship Program. She also serves as the program director for the Pittsburgh BIRCWH faculty development program designed to support junior faculty in the development of interdisciplinary research careers in women’s health. Dr. McNeil is a founding member of the Academy of Master Educators here at the University of Pittsburgh and has been an active member of the Academy, serving as the chair of the Educator Mentoring Task Force. She also serves as the Vice Chair of Education for the Department of Medicine. She has presented educational innovations nationally at the Society for General Internal Medicine Meeting, the Clerkship Directors of Internal Medicine Meeting, and the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine. In 2014 she was selected as the Distinguished Professor of Women’s Health for the Society of General Internal Medicine and in 2016 received the National Career Achievement Award in Medical Education.