Abbas Hyderi, MD, MPH
Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education
Professor of Clinical Science
Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine
Dr. Abbas Hyderi joined the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine (KPSOM) as Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education and Professor of Clinical Science in July 2018 having come from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Medicine, where he was Associate Professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Medical Education as well as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education with principal oversight of all four years of the curriculum. He led the University of Illinois College of Medicine team when it participated in the prestigious five-year Association of American Medical Colleges Core Entrustable Professional Activities (Core EPA) Pilot for which he was also the national co-chair of the Entrustment Concept Team and the national chair of the EPA 13 Team. He is a certified Team-Based Learning (TBL™) Collaborative Trainer-Consultant and has delivered faculty development workshops and given presentations internationally on topics including learner-centered education, TBL™, and competency-based medical education including EPAs.
He has practiced both inpatient and outpatient family medicine, with an emphasis on HIV and transgender health. Dr. Hyderi will continue to provide outpatient care to patients at risk for and living with HIV at Kaiser Permanente’s Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC).
Dr. Hyderi has been recognized at both the medical school and residency program levels with several awards, including the 2010 Illinois Academy of Family Physicians Teacher of the Year Award and the 2016 UIC College of Medicine Emerging Innovator Award, which recognizes the contributions of one graduate within the past 15 years.
He completed his residency in the combined family medicine and preventive medicine residency at Oregon Health and Science University, where he obtained his MPH in Health Administration and Policy and co-wrote and advocated for the passing of Oregon House Bill 2706, which changed prenatal HIV testing to have an opt-out approach.
Dr. Hyderi has produced over 100 peer-reviewed presentations and publications related to medical education.