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Houston, Texas

Anatomy instruction at Baylor College of Medicine
Department of Family and Community Medicine
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Jane Corboy, M.D., Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Education


BA, Rice University, 1982 M.D., Baylor College of Medicine, 1982
Residency in Family Practice: University of Kansas, 1985
Chief Residency in Family Practice: University of Kansas, 1986
Faculty Development Fellowship: University of North Carolina, 1993
Master Teacher Fellowship: Baylor College of Medicine, 1994
National Institute for Program Director Development, AFMRD, 1998

Previous Positions

Staff Physician and Medical Director, Nuestra Clinica del Valle Migrant and Community Health Center, McAllen Texas – 1986-91
FPC Medical Director (1991-4), Assistant Residency Program Director (1992-6), and Residency Track Director (1994-6) and Program Director (1997-2007), Department of Family and Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine


Dr. Corboy joined the Department of Family Medicine in 1991. She teaches on the Women’s Health rotation and in Family Medicine Core Curriculum. A native Texan, her clinical interests include Sports Medicine, prevention and women’s health. She is married with a daughter about to start medical school at Baylor, and enjoys running and swimming, and traveling to locations around the world for hiking, backpacking, skiing and white-water rafting.

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