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Dolapo Babalola is a faculty member at Morehouse School of Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine. As the Director of the Medical Student Education Division of the Department of Family Medicine since 2012, she serves as the Course Director of the Family Medicine Clerkship and advisor to the Family Medicine Interest Group.
Dr. Dolapo Babalola received her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from University of Guyana. She completed Residency training in the Department of Family Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine and was appointed as faculty in the Department of Family Medicine, Morehouse of Medicine. While in residency, she received a number of awards such as Resident’s Forum award for Outstanding Case Presentation at the National Medical Association Scientific Conference, First place for Family Medicine research presentation at American Association of Family Physicians, Scientific Assembly, and the Go! Diabetes Poster Award Winner at the Georgia Academy of Family Physician Scientific Conference. Since completion of residency in 2007, she has authored numerous manuscripts involving case reports, articles, research, and abstracts in diverse areas of chronic illnesses and practice improvement. She has also presented her work in local, regional as well as national conferences through poster and PowerPoint formats.
In addition, Dr. Babalola completed the Longitudinal Primary Care Faculty Development Program at Morehouse School of Medicine and served as the Program Fellow during the 2007-2008 academic year. She subsequently became one of the co-directors for the Maternal Child Health Division.
Dr. Babalola is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Physicians She serves on the institution's Admission Committee since 2012. Her active professional memberships include National Medical Association, American Academy of Family Physicians, Society of Teachers in Family Medicine, and the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians.