Conrad J. Clemens, MD, MPH

Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education
Professor, Pediatrics - (Educator Scholar Track)
Professor, Public Health

Conrad J. Clemens, MD, MPH

Academic / Professional Bio: 

Conrad J. Clemens, MD, MPH is the associate dean for Graduate Medical Education at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He is responsible for overseeing the 600 residents and fellows who make up the University’s 42 residency and fellowship programs. Dr. Clemens, an associate professor of Pediatrics, has been on faculty at the College of Medicine since 2002. He he has served in a number of leadership roles, including director of the Pediatric Residency Program, co-director of the Pediatric-Emergency Medicine Residency Program, chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee, associate head of the Department of Pediatrics, and chief of the Section of General Pediatrics. Dr. Clemens has received numerous teaching awards and is involved in a number of clinical research projects in his field.

Degrees: 
Johns Hopkins University, 1990