Rachel D. Munn, DO, clinical assistant professor, recently completed an Emergency Medical Services Fellowship from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. She completed residency training at the OhioHealth Doctors Hospital Emergency Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. She received her undergraduate degree in biological sciences and a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Ohio University. Dr. Munn’s interests include wilderness medicine.
Priti Rawani, MD, MA, clinical assistant professor, comes to the department from Los Angeles County USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, where she served as assistant professor of clinical emergency medicine. Dr. Rawani is a former chief resident in the Combined Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program at UArizona. She received her undergraduate degree from Stony Brook University and a master of science in medical sciences degree from Boston University. She earned her medical degree from St. George’s University College of Medicine in Granada. Her interests include pediatric emergency medicine and pediatric critical care.
Adrienne A. Yarnish, MD, clinical assistant professor, received undergraduate degrees in biochemistry & molecular biophysics and Spanish language & literature, and her medical doctorate degree from the University of Arizona. She completed her residency training at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. She has 10 years of community experience in various emergency departments throughout urban and rural Southern Arizona and recently returned to the academic world to complete an Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at UArizona. Dr. Yarnish’s interests include women’s health, women in medicine, global health, and anything ultrasound-related. She is joining the faculty as one of the new assistant ultrasound program directors.