Mylynda Massart

Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Pittsburgh

Dr. Mylynda Massart is Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. She graduated with a PhD in Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology from University of Utah, Salt Lake City and as MD from Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR. She completed Family Medicine Residency at Providence Milwaukie Family Medicine, Milwaukie, OR.

Dr. Massart completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department of Molecular Medicine, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR.

Currently she serves as the Medical Director at UPMC Matilda Theiss Family Health Center and has a family practice with special interest in primary care genetics.

Dr. Massart has a joint appointment at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute as Co-Director of the Integrating Special Populations Core, Co-Investigator on the All of Us Pennsylvania Research Program and Co-Investigator of the Pitt + Me Discovery Biobank with special interest in return of genetic results to patients and providers.

Education

PhD in Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology from University of Utah, Salt Lake City
MD at Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Pittsburgh