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Philip M. Diller, MD-PhD

Department Chair

Senior Associate Dean for Educational Affairs, & Professor

Medical Education | College of Medicine

  • Residency: University of Cincinnati/University Hospital
  • Medical Degree: University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
  • Doctoral Degree: University of Chicago (Pathology)
  • Bachelor's Degree: College of Wooster (Biology and Chemistry)
Board Certifications & Licenses

American Board of Family Medicine (Hospice and Palliative Medicine) (Certification Date: 2012-10-05) - (Recertification Date: 2023-01-01)


Family Medicine
Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Contact Information
Research Interests

Primary Care, Family Medicine, Global Health

Clinical Interests

Family Medicine

Peer Reviewed Publications

Baker, Pamela L; Diller, Philip 2020. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 95 9S A Snapshot of Medical Student Education in the , S406-S409

Liaw, Winston; Bazemore, Andrew; Mishori, Ranit; Diller, Philip; Bardella, Inis; Chang, Newton 2014. The financial health of global health programs. Family medicine, 46 9, 672-8

Liaw, Winston; Bazemore, Andrew; Xierali, Imam; Walden, John; Diller, Philip 2014. Impact of Global Health Experiences During Residency on Graduate Practice Location: A Multisite Cohort Study. Journal of graduate medical education, 6 3, 451-6

Roth, Eli M; Diller, Philip 2014. Alirocumab for hyperlipidemia: physiology of PCSK9 inhibition, pharmacodynamics and Phase I and II clinical trial results of a PCSK9 monoclonal antibody. Future cardiology, 10 2, 183-99

Liaw, Winston; Bazemore, Andrew; Xierali, Imam; Walden, John; Diller, Phillip; Morikawa, Masahiro J 2013. The association between global health training and underserved care: early findings from two longstanding tracks. Family medicine, 45 4, 263-7

Bazemore, Andrew W; Goldenhar, Linda M; Lindsell, Christopher J; Diller, Philip M; Huntington, Mark K 2011. An International Health Track Is Associated With Care for Underserved US Populations in Subsequent Clinical Practice. Journal of graduate medical education, 3 2, 130-7

Bazemore, Andrew; Diller, Philip 2009. Global choices: international health and medical student residency preferences. Medical education, 43 11, 1079-80

Bazemore, Andrew W; Henein, Maurice; Goldenhar, Linda M; Szaflarski, Magdalena; Lindsell, Christopher J; Diller, Philip 2007. The effect of offering international health training opportunities on family medicine residency recruiting. Family medicine, 39 4, 255-60

Heck, Jeffrey E; Bazemore, Andrew; Diller, Phil 2007. The shoulder to shoulder model-channeling medical volunteerism toward sustainable health change. Family medicine, 39 9, 644-50

Short, J; Diller, P M; Ricer, R 2001. Family medicine scholars: a longitudinal enrichment program for medical students. Family medicine, 33 1, 14-5

Diller, P M; Smucker, D R 2000. Management of heart failure. Primary care, 27 3, 651-75;vi

Diller, P M; Smucker, D R; David, B 1999. Comanagement of patients with congestive heart failure by family physicians and cardiologists: frequency, timing, and patient characteristics. The Journal of family practice, 48 3, 188-95

Mazzone, T., Gump, H., Diller, P. and Getz, G.S 1987. Macrophage Free cholesterol Content Regulates Apo E Production Journal of Biological Chemistry, 262 24,

Mazzone, T; Gump, H; Diller, P; Getz, G S 1987. Macrophage free cholesterol content regulates apolipoprotein E synthesis. The Journal of biological chemistry, 262 24, 11657-62

Bazemore, Andrew; Diller, Philip; Carrozza, Mark . The impact of a clinic move on vulnerable patients with chronic disease: a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analysis. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM, 23 1, 128-30

Diller, P M; Smucker, D R; David, B; Graham, R J . Congestive heart failure due to diastolic or systolic dysfunction. Frequency and patient characteristics in an ambulatory setting. Archives of family medicine, 8 5, 414-20