Research & Publications
Dr. Talwalkar's interests include clinical skills teaching, primary care residency education, curriculum development and evaluation, cystic fibrosis, and transition of care. He sees general internal medicine and pediatric patients at the Children's and Family Health Center in Waterbury, CT. He also serves as Associate Director of the Yale Cystic Fibrosis Adult Program based out of the Winchester Chest Clinic at Yale–New Haven Hospital.
His educational interests include curricular development for residents and students. He is the Director of Clinical Skills at Yale School of Medicine, and is the editor of the Yale Primary Care Pediatrics Curriculum (pcpc.yale.edu). He supervises fellows, residents and medical students in both the inpatient and outpatient settings at Yale.
Education & Training
- MDTufts University School of Medicine (2000)
- ScBBrown University, Psychology (1996)
- Chief ResidentYale-New Haven Children's Hospital
- Internship & ResidencyYale-New Haven Hospital
- Visiting InstructorSanto Domingo, Dominican Republic 2019
- Clinical Visiting ProfessorSantiago, Chile 2018
Honors & Recognition
|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|