Mobola Tolulope Campbell-Yesufu, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine (Hospital Medicine)
Focus of Work
I received my medical degree from Georgetown University, and completed my Internal Medicine residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Following residency, I completed a fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital. I practiced as an ID physician for a few years and returned to Northwestern in 2014 as faculty in the Division of Hospital Medicine.
I am involved in medical education, with a focus on health equity and advocacy. I have developed a Health Disparities and Social Justice curriculum for resident physicians.
I provide care in the inpatient setting, primarily for patients with cancer who are receiving chemotherapy or who are hospitalized for medical complications due to their underlying oncologic diagnosis.
Education and Certification
- MD: Georgetown University (2004)
- MPH: Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Public Health (2017)
- Residency: Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center (Northwestern Memorial Hospital), Internal Medicine (2007)
- Fellowship: Massachusetts General Hospital, Infectious Disease (2010)
- Board Certification: Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine
NMH/Feinberg Room 16-738
251 E Huron
Chicago IL 60611
Visit Mobola Tolulope Campbell-Yesufu's Northwestern Scholars Profile to see the list of publications.