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Mayuri Ganupuru, MD, MPH

Attending Physician
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Clinician Educator), Keck School of Medicine of USC

Mayuri Ganupuru, MD/MPH, joined the Division of Hospital Medicine as a fellow in 2014, transitioning to Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in 2016 with the Keck School of Medicine. Dr. Ganupuru is interested in socioeconomic determinants of health in addition to care for patients with chronic respiratory failure. Some current projects include the development of an advocacy curriculum for trainees, use of narrative medicine in the academic context to celebrate the patient’s voice, and safe admission and discharge for patients requiring home mechanical ventilation.

Education

Medical School

Morehouse School of Medicine

Graduate School

Master’s in Public Health, Public Policy Track, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine

Residency

UCSF Children's Hospital Oakland

Fellowship

Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Publications

Publications

Publications and Presentations

  1. Ganupuru M, Trost M, Molas-Torresblanca K, Christman G, Rao S. Development of a Child Poverty Curriculum for Pediatric Residents. Cool Ideas platform presentation, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine Innovations in Medical Education annual conference, February 2016
  2. Ganupuru M, Waloff K, Kuroki RA, Wong, PC. Breathless from testicular surgery. Clinical Conundrums poster presentation, Pediatric Hospital Medicine annual conference, July 2015
  3. Shenoda S, Sweetland J, Nathawad R, Ganupuru M, Goldhagen J, Strategic communication to effect policy change. Workshop, Pediatric Academic Societies, 2016 (pending)
  4. Artinian H, Ganupuru M, Huynh T, Ihyembe D, Jalian E, Kasi A, Storms A. Improving ability to identify medical team members during inpatient admission. QI poster presentation, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, June 2015
  5. Ganupuru M, Trost M, Molas-Torresblanca K, Christman G, Rao S. Development of a Child Poverty Curriculum for Pediatric Residents. Work in Progress presentation, Academic Pediatric Association Region IX and X annual conference, January 2016