MU School of Medicine recognizes Dr. Nemade
Dr. Dipali Nemade has been named Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine’s Resident of the Month for May.
Nemade is completing her second year of the categorical four-year neurology residency at Marshall. She was nominated by Stroke Program coordinator Mitzi Beckett, who wrote that Nemade “provides education to patients and staff and is readily available as needs arise. She is always prompt, kind and courteous and eager to learn and teach.”
Born in India, Nemade earned her medical degree from the MGM Medical College and Hospital in Navi-Mumbai, India, and a Master in Public Health (MPH) from the University of Toledo. She was one of four residents recently chosen for induction into the Gold Humanism Honor Society in recognition for humanistic practice.
As a member of Marshall’s inaugural class of neurology residents, Nemade is the first neurology resident to be selected as Resident of the Month. Nemade plans to complete a fellowship upon completion of her residency in 2021.
Nemade is married and has a young son. In her spare time, she likes to read, bike, sing and watch movies. As part of her recognition as the May Resident of the Month, Nemade received a plaque and designated parking spot.