Birtukan Cinnor, MD, MPH

Birtukan Cinnor, MD, MPH

★★★★★ 4.7 out of 5 ( 394 Ratings )
Dr. Cinnor has a wide array of interests in gastroenterology especially in inflammatory bowel disease. She has strong interest in research and has published in peer reviewed journals, book chapters and presented her work at regional, national and international conferences where she has won awards for her work.
Rocky Mountain Gut Club Mehta Award, University of Colorado - For excellence in the first year of gastroenterology fellowship.

Medical House staff Teaching Award, Oregon Health & Science University- In appreciation of excellence in clinical instruction as voted by interns and residents.

The John A. Benson, Jr., MD Humanism Award, Oregon Health & Science University - In recognition of exceptional compassion in caring for patients.

Inducted to the Gold Humanism Society - Selected by the medical student body at Oregon Health & Science University

Dr. Albert Schweitzer Fellowship -Selected as a Schweitzer Fellow to be an ambassador of Dr. Schweitzer’s philosophy of service through a yearlong community service project in Chicago while a medical student at Northwestern University.
Education and Training
Fellowship, Gastroenterology & Hepatology - University of Colorado, Denver, CO
Residency, Internal Medicine - Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
Medical School - Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Master of Public Health - University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Bachelor of Arts - Macalester College, St.Paul, MN
International Baccalaureate Diploma - UWC Red Cross Nordic - Flekke, Norway
Personal Interests
Dr. Cinnor loves being a physician and considers herself fortunate to be in the profession. When not at work, she enjoys long distance running including marathons, hiking, cooking, hosting gatherings for meals and conversations, traveling to visit landscapes and friends, reading, listening to podcasts and more than anything being with her husband and their four children.