Jaideep Talwalkar is a physician and Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Yale School of Medicine. He provides primary care for patients of all ages as well as specialty care for adults with cystic fibrosis. He has been involved in Yale’s administrative and educational response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as frontline care on the COVID-19 wards at Yale-New Haven Hospital. In addition to seeing patients, he teaches medical students and residents at Yale and develops curricula for medical education. As Director of Clinical Skills, he oversees the teaching of fundamental bedside skills to Yale medical students. He also edits and administers the Yale Primary Care Pediatrics Curriculum (pcpc.yale.edu), a guide for pediatric teaching used by pediatricians nationwide. When not at work, he chases his three active kids, coaches youth soccer, and seeks any opportunity for long-distance running and ultimate frisbee.
|Alvan R. Feinstein Clinical Skills Teaching Award||Yale School of Medicine||2021|
|Brendan Kelly Award for “teaching excellence, collaborative leadership, and compassionate care”||Med-Peds Program Directors Association||2020|
|Charles W. Bohmfalk Teaching Award||Yale School of Medicine||2016|
|Fellow||American College of Physicians||2015|
|Fellow||American Academy of Pediatrics||2005|
|Physician Scholar in International Health||Yale University/Johnson & Johnson||2003|
|Intern of the Year||Yale University Department of Internal Medicine||2001|