About Dorian Williams
Dr. Dorian Williams completed his bachelor’s degree in Biology, medical degree, and residency in Family Medicine all at WVU. He served as the chief resident for one year during his residency at WVU.
Assistant Dean for Technology and Simulation
- Medical Education
- WV STEPS
- Family Medicine
- Clinical Faculty
- MD, West Virginia University, 1989
Minardi, J. J., Ressetar, H. G., Foreman, T., Craig, K., Sharon, M., Bassler, J., … Williams, D. J. (2018) Longitudinal Ultrasound Curriculum Incorporation at West Virginia University School of Medicine: A Description and Graduating Students’ Perceptions.. Journal of ultrasound in medicine : official journal of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.
Williams, D. J. (2018) Seventeen-Month Report for First American Cancer Patient to Receive Dicycloplatin Chemotherapy (pp. 10–13). Advances in Investigational Pharmacology and Therapeutic Medicine.
Vargovich, A., Sperry, J., Spero, R., Xiang, J., & Williams, D. J. (2016) Use of Checklists Teaches Communication Skills Utilized by Specialties (Vol. 5). MedEdPublish. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.15694/mep.2016.000064
Minardi, J. J., Davidov, D. M., Denne, N. S., Haggerty, T. S., Kiefer, C. S., Tillotson, R. D., … Williams, D. J. (2013) Bedside ultrasound: advanced technology to improve rural healthcare. (Vol. 109, pp. 28–33). The West Virginia medical journal.
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Dr. Williams has mentorship strengths in simulation education, women's health, procedural competencies, education, career development, and clinical trials/patient safety.
Patient Care Information
- Family Medicine
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine