Shravani Durbhakula, M.D., is a board-certified interventional pain physician and anesthesiologist. She joined the faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2017 where she currently directs School of Medicine's Pain Course, and previously served as the Program Director of the Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine Fellowship. Her clinical focus is in neuromodulation implantable devices and opioid management. She is known nationally for creating and producing the innovative digital neuromodulation curriculum called 'Pain Rounds', which can be found at PainRounds.org. Her curriculum has been adopted by the majority of accredited pain fellowships across the country, and she was also recently featured on National Public Radio for her educational innovation at the medical school level. Dr. Durbhakula is also passionate about strategic innovation in healthcare systems and public health policy. Currently, she is a fellow of the National Institutes of Health and she is a recipient of a prestigious NIH fellowship and is pursuing an MPH-MBA through the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Carey Business School to explore the intersection of medicine, public health, strategy, and operations. Her long-term goal is to engender change at the population level by serving in a federal health policy leadership role.
- Johns Hopkins
- Baltimore, MD