Dr. Corey Tapper, assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Section of Palliative Medicine, is the new Associate Program Director for Wellness for the Osler Medical Residency. Dr. Tapper has succeeded Dr. Heather Sateia, who remains the Associate Program Director of Assessment and Evaluation and Senior Associate Program Director.
Dr. Tapper has been a Longcope Firm faculty member since 2021 and also serves as the Associate Program Director for the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship. He graduated from a seven-year BS/MD program, achieving his bachelor's degree in biomedicine from the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education in 2011 and his medical degree from Albany Medical College in 2013. He completed an internal medicine residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, where he also served as a chief resident. He subsequently spent two years in Pittsburgh completing his hospice and palliative medicine fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh in 2018 and earning a master’s in medical education in 2019. Dr. Tapper then joined the faculty at Johns Hopkins. His area of scholarly expertise is in medical education, with specific focus on curriculum development and advanced communication skills training.