Department of Medicine
Isabel Malone specializes in emergency medicine, with emphasis on social justice in medical education. Her ongoing work includes developing an anti-racism curriculum for emergency medicine residents and identifying priorities and preferences of underrepresented minority medical students in emergency medical residencies. She recently participated in the First Generation, Low Income Student Committee Panel at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and was featured in a medical podcast on the topic of microaggressions in the medical community.
Malone received a BA in chemistry cum laude from Hope College, during which time she spent a term at the University of Ghana, studying the Twi language and infectious diseases, with a focus on malaria. Her medical degree is from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. She completed a residency in emergency medicine at Emory University School of Medicine and a medical education fellowship at the University of Chicago. She is pursuing a master of education in the health professions (MEHP) degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Education.