Ranit Mishori

Dr. Ranit Mishori is a physician and writer whose twin careers in family medicine and international journalism create a unique perspective on the many issues involved in delivering healthcare here and abroad. From an early start covering wars and the plight of refugees for a global news organization, Dr. Mishori went on to study medicine and public health, earning an MHS in International Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and an M.D. from Georgetown University School of Medicine. She has since added an academic aspect to her career, as an Associate Professor and member of the Georgetown teaching faculty. 

A graduate of the Georgetown University/Providence hospital Family Medicine Residency, she is currently director of the Department of Family Medicine's Global Health Initiatives, where she has initiated and leads various collaborative projects internationally. Previously, she was the Family Medicine Clerkship Director for two years, and directed or co-directed other courses.

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