Mark Terrelonge MD MPH is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neuromuscular Medicine at the University of California San Francisco, and starting July 2021, Assistant Program Director of the UCSF Neurology Residency. He sees patients with disorders of the nerve, muscle, neuromuscular junction, and spine. He also cares for general Neurology patients at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. He has a special interest in patients from rural and underserved areas of California and Hawaii.
Dr. Terrelonge is developing mixed telehealth and in-person satellite clinics for patients in underserved regions of California to increase access to multidisciplinary care delivered in these regions. He intends to build on the use of telemedicine to create new health care delivery systems for these target populations.
He teaches in UCSF’s preclinical curriculum including the introductory Mind, Brain, Behavior Course as both a lecturer and content creator for flipped classroom activities. He facilitates the Student Optimized Learning Environment course, which is focused on teaching teamwork, feedback, and communication skills to students for work in the health professions. As assistant program director for the Neurology residency, he will work on initiatives around curriculum and wellness of the residency class.