My main research interests are in the areas of health economics and strategies to improve clinical reasoning skills among medical trainees. I am designing a study comparing strategies that improve cost consciousness among medical residents. I am also partnering with the School Management in using Information Technology to improve the ‘test ordering’ behavior by residents in the ambulatory care clinic. My other interests include techniques to improve clinical reasoning among students and residents.
Education and Training:
Fellowship, Fellowship, University at Buffalo, Fellowship (2017)
Fellowship, Nephrology, University at Buffalo (2015)
Residency, Rochester General Hospital (2008)
MD, Madras Medical College, India (2004)
MBBS, Coimbatore Medical College, India (2001)
Assistant Professor of Medicine, University at Buffalo (2008-present)
Attending Physician, GIM Department, Buffalo General Hospital (2008-present)
Hospitalist, Scudder Memorial Hospital, India, India (2004–2005)
Awards and Honors:
Winner of the NYS Jeopardy for Internal Medicine Residents (2007)
Lawrence E. Young Award
Anand EJ. Secondary Use of EHR. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics. 2017.