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Courtney L. Ohlinger, MD

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Internal Medicine | College of Medicine

Education/Credentials
  • Bachelor of Science: The Ohio State University
  • MD: University of Cincinnati
  • Residency: University of Cincinnati
Board Certifications & Licenses

American Board of Internal Medicine (Certification Date: 20150807)
American Board of Pediatrics (Certification Date: 20151009)

Contact Information
Research Interests

Courtney Ohlinger: A graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Courtney Ohlinger is an AOA member. Her undergraduate degree was a bachelor of science in biochemistry from Ohio State University. As an undergraduate, she conducted research at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center on lysozyme suppression of inflammatory mediators using transfected cell lines in vitro and a genetically modified mouse model. As a student in Cincinnati, she volunteered in a number of venues inclu...

Clinical Interests

Internal Medicine

Summary

Courtney Ohlinger: Courtney comes from our home school, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine where she was AOA and an exceptional student. Courtney's undergraduate degree is from Ohio State University, a BS in Biochemistry. She did research as an undergraduate at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center on lysozyme suppression of inflammatory mediators using transfected cell lines in vitro and genetically modified mouse model. As a student in Cincinnati, she volunteered in a number of venues including Urban Health Project and Medical Volunteers. She comes from a family of firefighters, and she demonstrates the same dedication to her community. We love Courtney for her brilliance, team spirit, and ability to find the sunshine behind every cloud!  

Peer Reviewed Publications

Kinnear, Benjamin; Hagedorn, Philip A; Kelleher, Matthew; Ohlinger, Courtney; Tolentino, Jonathan 2019. Integrating Bayesian reasoning into medical education using smartphone apps. Diagnosis (Berlin, Germany), 6 2, 85-89