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Barry Wu, MD, FACP

Professor of Medicine

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Barry Wu, MD, FACP



Dr. Wu directs the first and last course at Yale School of Medicine, the Introduction to the Profession and Capstone course, respectively. He also recruits and trains 200 faculty involved in the clinical skills training and interprofessional education for medical, nurse practitioner and physician associate students. He co-directs the Connecticut Older Adult Collaboration for Health (COACH) 4M to enhance the geriatric workforce in primary care and is Chair of the Health Committee for the Yale China Association and collaborated on a model of residency training at Xingaya Hospitals adopted by the government of China.

Education & Training

  • Chief Resident
    Griffin Hospital (1993)
  • Resident
    Yale-New Haven Hospital (1992)
  • Intern
    Yale-New Haven Hospital (1990)
  • MD
    University of Rochester (1989)

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Connecticut Magazine Top Docs 2020Connecticut Magazine2020
John Vecchio Faculty Teaching AwardYNNH Saint Raphael Campus2015
Thornton Teaching AwardAmerican College of Physicians2013
Visiting ProfessorXiangya (Yale-China) School of Medicine2011
Herbert Waxman Outstanding Medical Educator AwardAmerican College of Physicians2006
Francis Gilman Blake Teaching AwardYale School of Medicine2004
Society of Hospital Medicine Teaching AwardSociety of Hospital Medicine2002
Connecticut Chapter Laureate AwardAmerican College of Physicians2001
Evergreen Medical Student AwardAmerican College of Physicians2001
Charles W. Bohmfalk Clinical Teaching PrizeYale School of Medicine1999
Francis Gilman Blake Teaching AwardYale School of Medicine1999

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