Clinical Care of Adults and Children, Graduate Medical Education, Developing Physicians as Educators
BA University of Virginia, 2008; MPH: Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, 2012; MD: University of Maryland School of Medicine, 2013; Resident: Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine 2013-2017; Chief Medical Resident Internal Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine 2017-2018; National School of Tropical Medicine, 2018; Assistant Professor of Medicine: University of North Carolina, 2018-Present; Hospitalist Physician Service Leader, 2020-Present.
Dr. Alavian’s clinical interests include Global Health, Global Infectious Disease Control and Elimination of Health Disparities. She also focuses on High Value Care Medical Education.
Recognitions and honors
Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA); Gold Humanism Honors Society; Baylor College of Medicine Internal Medicine Award of Distinguished Educator; Texas Children’s Hospital Pediatric Award of Distinguished Resident Educator