Dr. Kehinde Odedosu, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine. She was raised in New York City and Lagos, Nigeria. She earned her Bachelors in Integrative Neuroscience and Spanish from the State University of New York at Binghamton. She completed her medical school training at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Her passion for working with the underserved patient population led her to Bellevue Hospital and she completed her Internal Medicine Residency at New York University (NYU). Following her residency at NYU, she worked as a Hospitalist at St Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital (now Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt). There she had a passion for medical education and was appointed the Course Director for the Sophie Davis Physical Diagnosis course.
Dr. Odedosu joined the faculty at UT Southwestern in 2010 as a Hospitalist in the Department of Internal Medicine. Her area of interest is Perioperative Medicine and her prior role at UTSW included Medical Director for the General Internal Medicine Preoperative Clinic and In-Patient Consultation Service. She is currently involved in several quality improvement projects in perioperative medicine.
In addition to patient care, Dr. Odedosu has a strong commitment to medical education and became Director of the Internal Medicine SubInternship Course in 2016. She also is honored to serve as a Pritchard College Mentor.
Dr. Odedosu interests outside of medicine include her family and traveling.
- Medical School
- State University of New York at Stony Brook (2004)
- New York University School of Medicine (2007), Internal Medicine
- Hospitalist (In-Patient Care)
Honors & Awards
- Excellence in Education - Division of Hospital Medicine
Parkland Health and Hospital System (2017)
- Minorities Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) Outstanding Support
- Binghamton Undergraduate Research Award
Binghamton College (1998)
- Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (2016)
- Society for Perioperative Assessment and Quality Improvement (2016)
- Society of Hospital Medicine (2012)
- American College of Physicians (2004)
- Phi Delta Epsilon (1996)