Dr. Gielissen earned her medical degree at the University of Chicago - Pritzker School of Medicine before completing her Internal Medicine / Pediatrics training at Yale New Haven Hospital. She completed the General Internal Medicine Medical Education Fellowship and an MHS through the Medical Education Pathway (MHS-Med Ed) in 2018. She previously served as the Ambulatory Associate Program Director for the Yale Traditional Internal Medicine Program, and currently as the Associate Clerkship Director for the Internal Medicine Clerkship at the Yale School of Medicine. She also directs the Yale Pediatrics Clinician-Educator Track (PCET) and Co-Directs the Yale Internal Medicine Clinician-Educator Distinction (CED). In 2019, she joined as a co-editor of the Yale Office-Based Medicine (YOBM), an ambulatory curriculum used at over 300 programs across the country.
Dr. Gielissen's scholarship focuses on Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) as a form of assessment in both the Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education space. She serves as a member of the Faculty Development group Core EPA pilot in the Association of American Medical Colleges. She also performs qualitative research on Entrustment Decision-Making and on faculty development to enhance the quality of feedback and evaluation in clinical settings. Her clinical interests include diabetes management, transitions of care (pediatric to adult), and inpatient medicine.
|Yale Primary Care Core Faculty Teaching Award||Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program||2021|
|NEGEA Excellence in Oral Presentation Award||Northeast Group on Educational Affairs||2019|
|Teacher of the Year||Yale Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program||2018|
|Excellence in Education Research Poster Award||Yale Teaching and Learning Center||2018|
|Graduate Medical Education Committee||Member||2016 - Present|