Sonal Patil

Dr. Sonal Patil is a Clinician-Investigator in the Wellness and Preventive Medicine Department in the Cleveland Clinic Community Care Institute. After completing her residency at the Emory Family Medicine Residency program, Dr. Patil worked as a full-time clinician at Kaiser Permanente in Georgia and East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC). Dr. Patil got interested in health services research after noticing differing health outcomes in patients by what occurred in between clinic visits. Dr. Patil completed post-graduate coursework in Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (PPCR), then offered through Harvard Medical School, while working as a staff physician at EBNHC. Dr. Patil transitioned to a clinician-investigator career after receiving an MSPH degree from University of Missouri. Before joining Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Patil was an assistant professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at University of Missouri and completed a KL2 career development award from Washington University ICTS KL2 Career Development Awards Program. Dr. Patil was a 2019 NIMHD Health Disparities Research Institute (HDRI) scholar. Dr. Patil has worked on several interdisciplinary and interinstitutional collaborative projects and collaborated with local public high schools and community-based health education programs. Dr. Patil’s research interests include lay health coach interventions, self-regulation and reducing cardiovascular health disparities.

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