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Annette A. Ndongo Mpacko, MD

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Medicine

Additional Title:

Assistant Professor

Location:

Baltimore

Phone (Primary):

301-667-1818

Phone (Secondary):

410-225-8000

Education and Training

Education

1993                            Undergraduate, Biology, University of Yaounde, Cameroon.

1994                            Undergraduate, Biology, University of Pavia, Italy.

2000                            MD, University of Pavia/University of Insubriae, Italy.

                                   Thesis advisor: Pierfrancesco Bolis, M.D., “Mosaicisms Identified

                                   In Prenatal Diagnosis”

2001                            Postgraduate Training Electives (OBGYN, EM, General Surgery,           

                                   IM, Medical Microbiology, Pediatrics).

 

Training

 

7/2008-6/2009           Internship, Internal Medicine, Maryland General Hospital. 

7/2009-6/2011           Residency, Internal Medicine, Maryland General Hospital. 

Biosketch

Dr. Mpacko is an internist physician who focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the adult population—both acute and chronic. Her assignment as internist include adult clinical visits, and acts as primary care physicians because she treats a broad range of illnesses that do not require surgical or specialist interventions. Dr. Mpacko also works to help patients maintaining optimal health in order to prevent the onset of disease. In addition to treating the common cold and flu, Dr. Mpacko also treats chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease.  She also refers patients to specialists when medically needed. As an example, patients with severe allergies could be referred to an allergist for added diagnostic tests or treatment options.

Clinical Specialty Details

Medical Student Teaching

Dr. Mpacko participates in the promotion of better education for the incoming resident from 2011 to present.  As Teaching Faculty In-patient Service, she follows 2-4 students 1 ½ hour daily (teaching, direct patient care, supervision), as well as mentoring of medical students.

 Resident Teaching 

From 2011 to present, Dr. Mpacko acted as Attending Physician In-patient Service, 2 residents, 4 interns, for at least 2 hours daily, where she provided teaching, direct patient care, and supervision.  She manages to mentor in the area of internal medicine and                           participates in the resident morning teaching conference.

Awards and Affiliations

Professional Society Membership

 

Active Member, American College of Physicians

                                    Medical Students Advisor, Cameroon Medical Students 

                                    Association

 

Honors and Awards 

 

1994-2000 Academic Scholarship offered by the Italian Community “Amici 

                                    Dell’Universita”

2000                            Academic Scholarship offered by the University of Insubriae, “ISU”