Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Emory University
Family Physician, Emory Family Medicine
Megha Shah, MD, Msc is a family physician and currently Assistant Professor at Emory University in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. Prior to joining faculty at Emory, she was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Michigan. She completed her undergraduate studies in political science and health policy at Duke University. She went on to attain her medical degree at University of South Alabama College of Medicine and completed family medicine residency training at Duke University Medical Center, with a certificate in Clinical Heath Leadership. She practices clinically at Emory Family Medicine in Dunwoody, is involved in resident education, and is developing community-partnered research. Her research focuses on community-partnered approaches to chronic disease management. Specifically, novel strategies for primary-care diabetes prevention and self-management in under-resourced communities. Her most recent PCORI-funded work focuses on community outreach for diabetes prevention in the low-income South Asian population in Atlanta.