Log In

Pamela Preston Reynolds Edit Profile

educator , historian , physician , researcher

Pamela Preston Reynolds, American Physician, historian. Diplomat American Board Internal Medicine, National Board Medical Examiners. Co-recipient Nobel Peace prize, 1997; postdoctoral history fellow University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1988-1989, Robert Wood Johnson clinical scholar/internal medicine fellow, 1992-1994, senior research fellow Leonard Davis Institute Health Economics, 1993-1998.

Background

Reynolds, Pamela Preston was born on November 9, 1956 in Corpus Christi, Texas, United States. Daughter of Charles Wesley and Joyce Carol (Frame) Reynolds.

Education

AB magna cum laude with honors, Duke University, 1979. Master of Arts, Duke University, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, Duke University, 1986.

Doctor of Medicine, Duke University, 1987.

Career

Resident internal medicine The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1989—1992. Internal medicine fellow/Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar University Pennsylvania, 1992-1994, assistant professor medicine Philadelphia, 1994-1996. Associate professor medicine Eastern Virginia University, Norfolk, 1996-1998, vice chair department medicine, chief division general internal medicine, 1996-1998.

Associate director Center for Generalist Medicine, 1996-1998. Associate professor medicine and history Johns Hopkins University, 1998—2001. Branch chief, Primary Care Medical Education Branch, Department of Health and Human Services- HRSH, 2004-2006, senior scholar, The National Library Medicine, National Institutes of Health, 2003-2004, Machean Center Clinical Ethics, University Chicago, 2006-2007, professor, University Virginia, since 2007, associate director, Center Health Disparities, since 2010, chair, Education Subcommittee, 2006-2010, executive member, Health Policy Committee, 1998-2010.

Achievements

  • Diplomat American Board Internal Medicine, National Board Medical Examiners.

Membership

Fellow: American College of Physicians (chair council of associates 1991-1992, member Health & Public Policy Committee 1991-1992, since 2007). Member: Society OH Health Policy Committee (chair human national subcommittee 1998—2006, executive member since 1998, education subcommittee 2006-2010), Physician Leadership for National Drug Policy, Society General Internal Medicine (chair human rights committee 1998—2006), Physicians for Human Rights (board directors since 1987, chair student, residents & fellows committee since 2001, co-recipient Nobel Peace prize 1997), American Association History of Medicine, American Osler Society, American Medical Student Association (president 1987-1988), Alpha Omega Alpha.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: sailing, tennis, reading, hiking.

Connections

Married John Robert Ball, January 9, 1988. Children: Kristen Ann Ball, John Robert Ball.

father:
Charles Wesley Reynolds

mother:
Joyce Carol (Frame) Reynolds

spouse:
John Robert Ball

children:
Kristen Ann Ball Reynolds

John Robert Ball Reynolds