Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy & Structural Biology
Priti Mishall, M.D., has been an educator at Einstein since 2008 in the Clinical and Developmental Anatomy (C&DA) course and the Medical Histology course, both of which are integral components of the first year medical school curriculum. Dr. Mishall is the co-course director of an annual workshop, which includes didactic and hands-on training on the clinical anatomy of the eye, for the ophthalmology residents at Montefiore Medical Center. She is also involved in other pre-clinical courses such as the clinical case conferences for the Disease Mechanisms and Neurosciences course at Einstein. Dr. Mishall is a member of several administrative committees, including the Instructional Strategies and Professional Development Design Committee. She is an active member of American Association of Clinical Anatomists and International Association of Medical Science Educators.
Dr. Mishall earned her medical degree at Grant Medical College, Mumbai, and completed her residency in Human Anatomy at Seth G. S Medical College and K.E.M Hospital, Mumbai. Her research interests are in the areas of medical education and anatomical variations. In the area of medical education, she develops training modules to enhance procedural skills for medical students. Currently she is coordinating the suturing module for students in the C&DA course. In the Medical Histology course, she uses the online, interactive learning tool Quizlet to develop learning sets to review histology. In the area of anatomical variations, her research interests focus on the extra hepatic biliary apparatus and its clinical significance. She also mentors first year students who publish research articles on cadaveric variations.
Dr. Mishall was appointed an Assistant Professor at Einstein in 2013. She was invited to teach University of Oxford’s summer course, “The Principles of Clinical Anatomy”. In addition to her teaching, research and administrative pursuits, Dr. Mishall enjoys creative writing and routinely contributes to the Einstein literary magazine Ad Libitum.
Mishall, P., Rajgopal, L. 2010. Variant right hepatic artery forming Moynihan’s Hump – Clinical relevance. Int J of Anat Variations 3:144-145.
Martinez-Lopez, N., Athonvarangkul, D., Mishall P., Sahu, S., Singh, R. 2013. Autophagy proteins regulate ERK phosphorylation. Nat Commun 4: 2799
Konda, B., Pathak, S., Edwin, I., Mishall, P., Downie, S., Olson, T., Reed, L., Friedman, E. 2014. Safe and successful bone marrow biopsy: an anatomical and CT-based cadaver study. Am J Hematol. Oct; 89(10):943-6.
Mishall P., Feder, O., Lewis, A., Rosenberg, A., UI, W., Howe, R.A., Olson, T., Downie, S. 2015. A case of abrupt termination of the facial artery with unusual multiple arterial anastomoses: Clinical implications in the Head and Neck. Int J Anat Res 2015, Vol 3 (3): 1404-08.
Mishall, P. 2016. Renal arteies. In: Tubbs RS, Shoja MM, Loukas M, (Eds)., Bergman's Comprehensive Encylopedia of Human Anatomic Variation. New Jersey: Wiley Blackwell. p 682-693.
Mishall, P., 2015. Vanitas Still Life: Memento Mori. AD Libitum. Art and Literary Magazine, Vol (13):4-5
Mishall, P., 2016. Mother and Child: AD Libitum. Art and Literary Magazine, Vol (14): 60
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