Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine, University of South Florida

Dr. Oxner Myers graduated medical school from the University of South Florida and then completed her residency at one of Harvard Medical School's teaching hospitals, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

She is currently a primary care physician at USF and has her specialty in HIV Primary Care. She is the Chairman for the outpatient Patient-Centered Medical Home and teaches internal medicine residents and medical students.

Her main career interest is in global health and her experience includes: working in an Ebola Treatment Unit in Sierra Leone, staying in Sierra Leone to work in a government hospital for a year after Ebola ended, and work in South Africa, Botswana, Colombia, Dominican Republic, and Thailand.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine, University of South Florida