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Alisa Peet, MD

Associate Dean for Program Development & Continuous Quality Improvement 
Professor of Clinical Medicine
A headshot photo featuring Dr. Alisa Peet, associate dean for program development & continuous quality improvement at CMSRU.
Dr. Peet graduated from Yale University in 1992 with a BA in psychology. She graduated from Temple University School of Medicine in 2000, where she was inducted into AOA. Dr. Peet then completed Internal Medicine Residency at Temple University Hospital followed by an additional year as Chief Resident. She stayed on as Faculty in the section of General Internal Medicine, in the Department of Medicine, at Temple University Hospital from 2004 to 2022, and recently joined the section of Hospital Medicine, in the Department of Medicine at Cooper University Hospital. Dr. Peet’s interests are in caring for patients in urban communities and Medical Education. At Temple, she served as Medicine Clerkship Director from 2008-2016 and Associate Dean for Clinical Education from 2017-2021. At Temple’s School of Medicine, Dr. Peet’s honors include the Russell C. Moses Memorial Award in 2009, the alumni Honored Professor Award in 2018, and an Outstanding Faculty Educator Award from the Department of Medicine in 2022. She is involved in Medical Education at a National Level with the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM), where she has presented at annual meetings and served in multiple leadership roles, including Treasurer for Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine (CDIM), CDIM Council and Chair of the AAIM Educational Planning Committee.