Welcome Satish Subramaniam, M.D., MBBS, MPH, assistant professor of family medicine and community health. Subramaniam earned his MBBS from Bharathiar University (India), his M.D. from Eastern Virginia Medical School, and his MPH from University of Washington. He completed a residency in family medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School, and a fellowship in occupational medicine at University of Washington. He is double-board certified in family medicine and occupational medicine.
Subramaniam joined the clinical faculty on September 2, 2020, and will be working at Duke Employee Occupational Health and Wellness.
Why did you choose to join the faculty in the Department of Family Medicine & Community Health?
To engage with the Duke population as part of EOHW in a partnership toward a healthy workforce!
Where were you working prior to Duke? What was your role there?
CHI Franciscan Medical Group in Tacoma, WA. I was Medical Director of the Occupation Health Program.
What is your approach to mentorship/teaching?
My approach is to provide a supportive partnership to help address challenges and chart a path to future success.
What is your clinical focus and what types of patients will you be taking care of at Duke?
Employee health will be the focus of my clinical work.
What are your research interests?
Toxicogenomics and Occupational Malignancy
Is there anything else you'd like to share?
I speak four languages: English, Hindi, Spanish, Tamil