- EdD, Univerity of Pittsburgh School of Education
- MA, West Virginia University School of Human Resources and Education
- BA, West Virginia University School of Musci
Lama A. (January 18, 2022). “Earthquake of Thought as a Metaphor for Change Possibilities.” Harvard Macy Institute MedEdPearl. Retrieved from https://harvardmacy.org/index.php/hmi/mededpearls-january-2022
Lama A. (May 17, 2020). “A One Minute Pause on Mattering.” Harvard Macy Institute MedEdPearl. Retrieved from https://www.harvardmacy.org/index.php/hmi/may-2021-mededpearls
Chen, W., Berry, A., Drowos, J., Lama, A., & Kleinheksel, A. J. (2021). Improving the Evaluation of Faculty Development Programs. Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical College. =
Lama, A. M., Murray, A. M., Frey, J., Neeley, B., & Lewis, J. W. (2021). Using a Mock Rounds Model and Neurology Patients to Teach Neurological Exam Skills in a Medical Neurobiology Course. Medical science educator, 31(5), 1567–1573. =
Lama A. (January 18, 2021). “Using Rapid Prototyping to Establish Virtual Interprofessional Communities of Practice.” Harvard Macy Institute MedEdPearl. Retrieved from https://harvardmacy.org/index.php/hmi/mededpearls-january-2021
Frey, J., Neeley, B., Umer, A., Lewis, J. W., Lama, A., Pawar, G., & Murray, A. (2021). Training in Neurology: Neuro Day: An Innovative Curriculum Connecting Medical Students with Patients. Neurology, 96(10), e1482–e1486. =
Lama, A., Hurtubise, L., Rhodes-DiSalvo, M., Hasbrouck, C. (2021, May). Rapid Prototyping: Establishing Virtual Interprofessional Communities of Practice. McMaster Faculty of Health Sciences, 14th Annual Day in Faculty Development. Virtually hosted from Hamilton, ON, Canada and delivered to a global audience.
About Anna Lama
Anna Lama, Ed.D., M.A., is the Director of Assessment for WVU Medicine and Assistant Professor for the Department of Medical Education. She earned her doctorate from The University of Pittsburgh Department of Education in 2021 with an emphasis in higher education leadership. She is also the director and lead instructor for the WVU Medical Students as Educators (MSaE) electives. Her work focuses on supporting medical students from the classroom to the bedside, both in teaching skill development and in educational scholarship. Her research interests include faculty and medical student teacher development. Dr. Lama has authored several papers that focus on medical student learning and presented at national conferences. She has expertise in the science of teaching and learning, faculty development, and curriculum development.
Dr. Lama has a national reputation and serves several leadership roles in professional organizations. She was recently elected as Program Co-Chair for the Generalist in Medical Education (TGME), and is serving as the Membership Coordinator for the Southern Group on Education Affairs (SGEA) for the Faculty Development Special Interest Group. Dr. Lama also serves as co-editor of the Harvard Macy Institute MedEd Pearls for Faculty Development, a global online platform for faculty development educators.
You may contact Dr. Lama at (304) 293-7323 or at email@example.com.