San Diego, CA
Anand Jagannath is a clinician-educator at the San Diego VA and Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California San Diego. He received his medical degree from Tufts and completed his residency and chief residency at Montefiore Medical Center before moving to UCSD. Anand is interested in improving the teaching and assessment of clinical reasoning in early clinical and pre-clinical learners. At UCSD, Anand serves as the Director of Diagnosis Education and Assessment in the 3rd-year medicine clerkship and teaches clinical reasoning on the ward service. He previously served as Adult Medicine Section Editor at the Human Diagnosis Project, has appeared on the med-ed podcasts, The Clinical Problem Solvers and The Curbsiders, and has been an invited speaker on clinical reasoning. He is the recipient of the Graduating House Staff Teaching Award and Chief Resident Teaching Award from the UCSD Internal Medicine Residency and the Internal Medicine Clerkship Excellence in Teaching Award from the UCSD School of Medicine.