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Tyler Mains, MD

Title(s)Resident Physician, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CABA05/2009Biological Sciences; Theater; Psychology and Law
    Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MDMD05/2016Medicine
    University of California, San Francisco06/2019Internship and Residency, Internal Medicine Primary Care (SFPC)
    University of California, San Francisco06/2020Chief Residency, Ambulatory (ZSFG)
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    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine2016David E Rogers, MD Award
    Baltimore Ravens2015Community Quarterback Award
    American Association of Medical Colleges2014Herbert W. Nickens Medical Student Scholarship
    Johns Hopkins University2014Diversity Leadership Award
    Albert Schweitzer Fellowship2012Community Fellow
    Teach For America, Baltimore2011Sue Lehmann Excellence in Teaching Award
    Teach For America2009Amgen Fellowship

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    Every person deserves a high-quality education, a safe home, and a compassionate and capable health care team. My mission is to make that possible for as many people as possible. As a primary care physician, I aim to create an equitable, effective, and efficient health care system. As a teacher, I hope to unleash the untapped potential of those who have been underestimated. As a former nonprofit Executive Director and board chair, I have the business skills and management experience to organize individuals around a shared goal. Above all else, I am a lifelong learner, driven to work on society's most complex challenges.

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    1. Mains TE, Wilcox MV, Wright SM. Medical education resources initiative for teens program in baltimore: A model pipeline program built on four pillars. Educ Health (Abingdon). 2016 Jan-Apr; 29(1):47-50. PMID: 26996799.
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    2. Mains TE, Cofrancesco J, Milner SM, Shah NG, Goldberg H. Do questions help? The impact of audience response systems on medical student learning: a randomised controlled trial. Postgrad Med J. 2015 Jul; 91(1077):361-7. PMID: 26045510.
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    3. Hsih KW, Iscoe MS, Lupton JR, Mains TE, Nayar SK, Orlando MS, Parzuchowski AS, Sabbagh MF, Schulz JC, Shenderov K, Simkin DJ, Vakili S, Vick JB, Xu T, Yin O, Goldberg HR. The Student Curriculum Review Team: How we catalyze curricular changes through a student-centered approach. Med Teach. 2015; 37(11):1008-12. PMID: 25532595.
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