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Margaret Bia, MD

Nephrology

Biography

Margaret Johnson Bia, MD, is a retired Professor Emeritus of Medicine but is still involved in patient care. She functions intermittently as a medical attending seeing hospitalized kidney patients on the Peters Firm at Yale New Haven Hospital and as a preceptor for medical students in the clinics caring for underserved patients in the New Haven community. 

Before retiring in 2018, she cared for patients with kidney disease, especially those receiving kidney transplants for 40 years. She has always been involved in teaching medical students, residents, and renal fellows and, after stepping down as medical director of transplant in 2000, she created and became director of the clinical skills program at the medical school until 2014. 

She has authored over 110 original articles and book chapters. 

Titles

  • Professor Emeritus of Medicine (Nephrology)

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    Yale University School of Medicine (1978)
  • Fellow
    University of Pennsylvania Hospital (1976)
  • Resident
    University of Pennsylvania Medical Center (1975)
  • MD
    Cornell University (1972)

Additional Information

Biography

Margaret Johnson Bia, MD, is a retired Professor Emeritus of Medicine but is still involved in patient care. She functions intermittently as a medical attending seeing hospitalized kidney patients on the Peters Firm at Yale New Haven Hospital and as a preceptor for medical students in the clinics caring for underserved patients in the New Haven community. 

Before retiring in 2018, she cared for patients with kidney disease, especially those receiving kidney transplants for 40 years. She has always been involved in teaching medical students, residents, and renal fellows and, after stepping down as medical director of transplant in 2000, she created and became director of the clinical skills program at the medical school until 2014. 

She has authored over 110 original articles and book chapters. 

Titles

  • Professor Emeritus of Medicine (Nephrology)

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    Yale University School of Medicine (1978)
  • Fellow
    University of Pennsylvania Hospital (1976)
  • Resident
    University of Pennsylvania Medical Center (1975)
  • MD
    Cornell University (1972)

Additional Information