Qi Shi, MD, is a faculty member within The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education Internal Medicine Residency.
Dr. Shi has been practicing internal medicine since 1983. She has always been dedicated to working with residents, first at The People’s Hospital in China and, more recently, at The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education. Dr. Shi has co-authored more than 15 publications and has presented nationally and internationally. Dr. Shi is a member of the American College of Physicians and the American Society for Cell Biology.
In 1983, Dr. Shi graduated from Beijing Medical University (now known as Peking University Health Science Center). She completed an Internal Medicine Residency at The People’s Hospital in 1987. She served as an attending physician and associate professor at The People’s Hospital until 2000, where she was honored with the award for Outstanding Medical School Teacher for Internal Medicine. She was also named an Honored Teacher for Medical Education in Beijing and received the Outstanding Clinical Skill Award from the Chinese Ministry of Health. Dr. Shi completed additional training as an international clinical fellow in hematology and oncology at the Tokushima University School of Medicine in Japan.
Dr. Shi traveled to the University of Pennsylvania to complete training in molecular cell biology as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2003, she became a research specialist in the University of Pennsylvania department of microbiology. After moving to northeast Pennsylvania, she worked as a research volunteer at Marywood University until 2010 and completed her Internal Medicine Residency at The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education in 2014. Following graduation, she joined The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education as a faculty member and physician.
Dr. Shi currently resides in Scranton with her husband and lovely daughter. She speaks three languages: Chinese, Japanese and English.