Craig Gordon, MD
Rabkin Fellow in Medical Education
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Boston University Medical Center
Nephrologist, Deptartment of of Medicine, Boston Medical Center
A curriculum for resident education in common bedside procedures
Dr. Craig Gordon is currently a Nephrologist in the Department of Medicine at Boston Medical Center and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Boston University Medical Center. He was formerly a hospitalist in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School for five years preceding entering Nephrology Fellowship at Tufts Medical Center. A graduate of Cornell University where he received a B.S. with honors in neurobiology and behavior, Dr. Gordon attended medical school at New York University School of Medicine. His residency training was at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In his role as a hospitalist, Dr. Gordon taught on the medical service for the majority of the academic year. In addition, he was co-course director for the Core Medicine II clerkship at BIDMC. As a Rabkin Fellow at the Shapiro Institute, Dr. Gordon developed and implemented the ongoing Medical Procedure Service's teaching curriculum, evaluation process and methods to measure quality improvement in medical errors in addition to assessing resident competence.
In his new role as a Nephrology faculty, Dr. Gordon is an Robert Dawson Evans Educator for the department of medicine. He is director of the renal module for the Disease and Therapy pathophysiology course for second year medical students at Boston University Medical Center. He is currently Assistant Program Director for the Nephrology Fellowship at Boston Medical Center. Dr. Gordon is also involved in ongoing clinical resesarch on the treatment of hepatitis C virus in hemodialysis patients and procedural safety during kidney biopsies.