Victoria Mui, MD

Scholar

  •  Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology
  •  Vietnam | Uganda
  •   Bioethics | Global Surgery | International Medical Education | Maternal Health | Medical Education

Languages: Cantonese (Native), Spanish (limited working proficiency)

Bio statement

Victoria Mui, MD is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Pennsylvania. Her international experience includes midwifery collaborations in Guatemala, surgical projects in Guyana, and a year-long faculty appointment at Gulu University in northern Uganda. She is a former MGH Global Health Clinical Fellow through Seed Global Health-Peace Corps. She is currently the OB/GYN Curriculum Lead for the VinUni-UPenn partnership. She is interested in international projects that focus on medical education and advanced training in women's health and global surgery and is excited to be a champion in the department.

Recent global health projects

I am currently the Curriculum Lead of the clinical clerkship in OB/GYN at VinUni-UPenn. I created several lectures and coordinated and oversaw the creation of lectures by other faculty members within our department. These lectures make up the core of the clerkship didactics.

I was a physician educator in Northern Uganda where I provided clinical care at the national hospital and acted as visiting faculty at the Gulu University School of Medicine. I taught medical school lectures and supervised the interns and medical officers in the hospital.