Eron Manusov, MD
Professor of Human Genetics
BROBL 113 (Brownsville)
Phone: (956) 683-8580
Dr. Eron Manusov received his Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology at the University of California, Riverside, Calif. He earned his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine in Bethesda, Md. He completed a family medicine residency at David Grant Medical Center, Travis AFB, California and a faculty development fellowship from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His career in the military helped him hone his teaching, leadership, and clinical skills. Dr. Manusov then used that experience to care for rural and underserved populations
His 30-year career has focused on the care of the underserved and health care disparities reduction and has included military deployments, varied clinical care in multiple countries, academic appointments at his alma mater, and 10 years of work in rural medicine. Dr. Manusov spent time at The Florida State University College of Medicine working in the Department of Family Medicine and Rural Health. In addition to mentoring students, directing the behavioral medicine curriculum and teaching, his research focused on using simulation to teach professionalism and ethics, characteristics of rural health care physicians, and success of underrepresented minorities in medicine. His passion is the care of the underserved and he spent many hours working in indigent care clinics and working in pipelines to health care professions for young disadvantaged youth. He spent time as the vice president of Clinical Education and Services at the Southern Regional Area Health Education Center and program director for the Family Medicine Residency where he helped manage a multidisciplinary Integrated Care Curriculum.
He is passionate about providing outstanding, compassionate, and integrated care in a patient-centered medical home environment and teaching learners to care for the underserved. His philosophy is to change the health care system for the future; providers must work together, practice evidence-based lifelong learning, and love to serve.