Randa M. Kutob, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, Family & Community Medicine

Dept. of Family & Community Medicine
Faculty Office Building 104
P.O. Box 245052
Tucson, AZ 85724-5052

Phone: 
(520) 626-3083
Email Address: 
rkutob@ahsc.arizona.edu
Education: 
  • University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1986 (BS, Microbiology)
  • University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1986 (BA, History)
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, 1992 (MD)
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, 1992-1995 (Residency, Family Medicine)
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, 1994-1995 (Chief Resident, Family Medicine)
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, 1995-1996 (Faculty Development Fellowship, Family Medicine)
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, 1999-2000 (Dean's Teaching Scholars, Faculty Development Series, Family Medicine)
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, 2001-2004 (Certificate of Public Health Arizona Clinical Research Training Program)
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, 2002-2005 (Master of Public Health)
Honors & Awards: 
  • American Heart Association Research Fellowship, Bernard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine Hamburg, Germany, 1990-1991
  • Malaria and Primary Care in India, Research Paper Award, Third Place, Presented at the 12th Annual Medical Student Research Forum, University of Arizona College of Medicine, 1992
  • Commitment to Underserved People Award for Faculty Service, 1998, 2000
  • Furrow Award for Excellence in Clinical Science Teaching University of Arizona College of Medicine, 2000
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine Vernon & Virginia Furrow Award: Innovation in Medical Education Grant Award University of Arizona College of Medicine, 2002
Selected Publications: 

Bierhaus A, Hemmer CJ, Mackman N, Kutob R, Ziegler R, Dietrich M, Nawroth PP. Antiparasitic treatment of patients with P. falciparum malaria reduces the ability of patient serum to induce tissue factor by decreasing NF-kappa B activation. Thromb Haemost 73(1):39-48, 1995.

Campos-Outcalt D, Watkins A, Fulginitti J, Kutob RM, Gordon P. Correlations of family medicine clerkship evaluations with scores on an objective structured clinical examination and residency directors' ratings of clinical competence. Family Medicine 31(2):90-4, 1999.

Campos-Outcalt D, Senf JH, Kutob RM. Negative comments heard by U.S. medical students about family practice. Family Medicine 35:504-509, 2003.

Senf JH, Kutob RM, Campos-Outcalt D. Which primary care specialty? Factors that relate to a choice of family medicine, internal medicine, combined internal medicine-pediatrics, or pediatrics. Family Medicine 36:123-30, 2004.

Campos-Outcalt D, Senf JH, Kutob RM. A comparison of primary care graduates from schools with increasing production of family physicians to those from schools with decreasing production. Family Medicine 36;260-4, 2004.

Senf JH, Campos-Outcalt D, Kutob RM. Family medicine specialty choice and interest in research. Family Medicine 2005;37:265-270, 2005.

Kutob RM, Senf JH, Campos-Outcalt D. The diverse functions of role models across primary care specialties. Family Medicine 38:244-51, 2006.

Last Updated: 
November 18, 2015