Yasmin Nibbe, MD -  Formal Bio

current Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Integrative and Holistic Medicine

Residency training

  • 2001-2005  Internship and residency
    • Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, St Vincent's Catholic Medical Centers, New York Medical College, New York, NY

Medical Training

    • 2001 Medical Doctorate from The Chicago Medical School University of Health Sciences, Chicago, IL

    Post-undergraduate training

    • 1997 MS in Applied Physiology, University of Health Sciences, North Chicago, IL


    • 1994  BA in Biochemistry, University of California at Berkeley

    Additional Training


    • Adjunct Professor, Touro University of Osteopathic Medicine, Vallejo, CA
    • Diplomate, American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine
    • Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics
    • Circle of Honor Member, American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)
    • Member, Institute of Functional Medicine
    • Member, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
    • Member, American College of Physicians
    • Member, California Medical Society
    • Member, Medical Women's International Association (MWIA)

    Research and publications

    • The "New Deadly Quartet" for Cardiovascular Disease in the 21st Century: Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome, Inflammation and Climate Change: How Does Statin Therapy Fit into this Equation? Michael Clearfield, Melissa Pearce, Yasmin Nibbe, David Crotty, Alesia Wagner Current Atherosclerosis Reports 2014, 16 (1): 380

    • “A Unique Collaborative Approach to Treating Schistosomiasis in Northwestern Tanzania” A. Heffner; G. Bennallack, Y. Nibbe, MD, E. Mahmoud, MD, MPH. Abstract, 2nd place, Outreach BIOMEA 2012

    • “The Effect of Clinical Screening, Treatment and Health Education on Schistosomiasis Prevalence in Tanzania: A Longitudinal Study.” A Rhee, OMS, J Sukumar, JM Kwak, Y Nibbe, MD, E. Mahmoud, MD, MPH. Abstract, 1st place, Research Category BIOMEA 2012

    • “The Effect of Health Education on the Incidence of Schistosomiasis in Lakeside Villages of Western Tanzania.”
J Cosgrove, MS, K Volmer, MS, K Welch, OMS, MS., Y Nibbe, MD, E. Mahmoud, MD, MPH. BIOMEA 2012

    • “Efficacy of Prophylactic Treatment of Fishermen for Schistosomiasis in Lake Victoria Villages in Tanzania.” A Ngan; D Krytusa, MPH, D Lerias, DSN, RN, A Yang, S Baker-Leyva, Y Nibbe, MD, E. Mahmoud, MD, MPH. BIOMEA 2012

    • “Long-term Use of Low-Dose Stavudine is Effective and Well-tolerated”, Urbina, A; Jibilian, A; Nibbe,Y; Siegel, F.P. Presented at IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2005