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Dr. Dalembert’s academic and research interests include adolescent health, health equity, and increasing patient/family engagement in the primary care setting. He also has a passion for medical education and engages in curricular design, as well as directly teaching residents and medical students.
Dr. Dalembert’s academic and research areas of interest include adolescent health, health equity, and increasing patient/family engagement in the primary care setting. He utilizes qualitative, hypothesis-generating research to inform pragmatic quality improvement and innovation in primary care service delivery, with a goal of advancing holistic improvements in patient health.
Dr. Dalembert also has a passion for medical education. He engages in curricular design in implicit bias and quality improvement, as well as direct teaching in the inpatient, ambulatory, and classroom settings for residents and medical students.
He is a member of the CHOP Possibilities Project team, a pediatric primary care innovation and redesign initiative.
Dr. Dalembert completed his residency training at CHOP, subsequently serving as a chief resident. He earned a Master of Science in Health Policy Research from the University of Pennsylvania as part of the National Clinician Scholars Program (formerly Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program).
Education and Training
MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, 2013
MS, University of Pennsylvania (Health Policy Research), 2019
BA, Yale University (Philosophy)
Titles and Academic Titles
Faculty Scholar, CHOP PolicyLab
Assistant Professor, Clinical Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Associate Program Director, CHOP Pediatrics Residency Program
Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics
American Academy of Pediatrics
Academic Pediatrics Association