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Alfred C. Papali, MDCM

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Adjunct Assistant Professor

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Education and Training


Bachelor of Arts (Political Science), magna cum laude
Union College, Schenectady, NY
June, 2002

Doctor of Medicine, Master of Surgery
McGill University Faculty of Medicine, Montreal, Canada
May, 2007


Internship & Residency

Department of Internal Medicine
Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC
June, 2007-June, 2010

Chief Residency

Department of Internal Medicine
Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC
July, 2010-June, 2011

Specialty Training

Fellowship in Global Health and Human Rights
Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Global Health and Human Rights
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
July, 2011-June, 2012

Fellowship in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine
University of Maryland Medical Center
July, 2012-June 2015


Alfred Papali, MD,CM is assistant professor, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine and affiliate faculty, Institute for Global Health, at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore. His primary research interest involves the treatment of critical illness and acute care in low-middle income countries with a focus on Haiti. In addition to his clinical, research and educational activities in Baltimore, he is an active participant in several national and international professional global health committees and volunteers for the Physician for Human Rights Asylum Network.

Research/Clinical Keywords

Global health, Intensive Care in low-middle income countries, Sepsis, Telemedicine

Highlighted Publications

A full list of Dr. Papali's publications can be found here:

Clinical Specialty Details

  1. Pulmonary medicine
  2. Critical care medicine
  3. Internal medicine

Awards and Affiliations

  1. Wesley Oler Award for Outstanding Resident, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC (June, 2010)
  2. Outstanding Fellow Teaching Award, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD (June, 2013)

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Community Service

Professional Activity

  1. American Thoracic Society (member, global critical care working group)
  2. Society of Critical Care Medicine (member, sepsis 3rd world task force)
  3. Pan African Thoracic Society
  4. European Respiratory Society

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