Emily Young, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics


Emily Young, MDEmily Young, MD, joined the MU-COM clinical faculty in 2014 as assistant professor of pediatrics. She is director of simulated clinical activities and the pediatrics chairperson. She has board certification in both internal medicine and pediatrics. Her clinical interest is improving wellness in patients with economic barriers to receiving healthcare. For her efforts, Dr. Young received the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award presented by the Arnold P. Gold foundation. Her academic interests are patient-centered interviewing and development of medical student clinical skills through simulated clinical encounters.

Clinical/Research Interests

Dr. Young's research interests include the use of mentoring and simulated clinical experiences during the pre-clinical years of undergraduate medical training to develop a humanistic approach to patient care in future physicians.

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