Kartik Rangaraj
Dr. kartik (carlo) rangaraj (raj) Assistant Professor Office of Medical Education Medical Sciences

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Dr. Kartik Rangaraj (Dr. Carlo Raj) currently serves at Khalifa University as the program director for pre-clerkship education, overseeing the pre-clerkship curriculum with the goal of enhanced integration, better preparedness for the clerkship years, and performance outcomes.

Dr. Carlo Raj received his M.D. from the Medical University of the Americas in 2003. He then completed his United States Medical Licensing exams, and attended Ross University School of Medicine’s Masters Education Training Program (METP). 

He was a faculty member at Ross University School of Medicine and University of Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). Dr. Carlo Raj has extensive experience in UMSLE Prep Courses and was highly sought after by students during such assignments. At the University of Kentucky School of Medicine, as assistant professor of pathophysiology, he received the distinction of best medical educator, and was awarded the Golden Apple for two consecutive years. Concurrently, as assistant professor in Kentucky, he was appointed as Medical Director with Falcon Physician Reviews in Dallas, Texas.

When Falcon Physician Reviews was acquired by DeVry (AdTalem) and became part of Becker Healthcare USMLE review, he had the opportunity to work with such internationally renowned medical educators as Dr. Edward Goljan, Dr. Steven Daugherty and Dr. Mary Ruebush.

Following his experience at Becker Healthcare, Dr. Carlo was recruited by Lecturio, where he worked with faculty from Harvard Medical School to build a solid integrated medical curriculum that continues to be distributed around the world. 

  • MD

  • Endocrine System (MDBS706)
  • Gastrointestinal System (MDBS705)
  • Hematopoietic&Lymphoreticular (MDBS702)
  • Musculoskeletal Systems (MDBS704)
  • Nervous System (MDBS709)
  • Reproductive System (MDBS707)
  • IFOM

Research Interests
  • Virtual Reality, 3D Spatial Computing in Medical Sciences