About Andrea Labus
Dr. Andrea Labus is currently an Assistant Professor in the Section of Internal Medicine and Department of Medicine. She graduated from West Virginia University School of Medicine with MD degree, and completed her internal medicine residency there, where she also served as Chief Resident. She subsequently became faculty within the section. Dr. Labus currently serves as associate clerkship director for the third and fourth year medical students, in addition to co-course director for Physical Diagnosis and Clinical Integration (PDCI) for second year medical students. She was the recipient of the Herbert S. Waxman Teaching Scholar, a national award from American College of Physicians for outstanding chief resident. Her interests include medical education and primary care.