Jadranko Corak, MD, FACP
Jadranko Corak, MD, FACP, graduated from Medical School of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in 1981. He completed Internal medicine residency and worked as Faculty at the University Clinical Center Sarajevo from 1987-1994. Dr. Corak worked as Senior research scientist at the UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Simmons Cancer Center from 1995 - 1997. Dr. Corak completed his residency with the Central Texas Medical Foundation (now UT Southwestern Austin Programs) at the University Medical Center at Brackenridge from 1997 – 2000 and served as Chief Resident of the Internal Medicine Program from 2000 - 2001. He joined Internal medicine program as full-time Faculty from 2001 until present.
Dr. Corak has received a variety of honors and awards, including being named Teacher of the Year in the Internal Medicine Program at the Austin Medical Education Programs. He also serves as Co-Director of the UMC Brackenridge’s Coumadin Clinic. He completed Educational Scholarship with UTMB Galveston and developed a successful annual workshop, “Resident as Teacher”, to improve residents’ teaching skills. He developed several clinical cases for Simulation Laboratory at Clinical Educational Center. He is active as Fellow of American College of Physicians and he was recently promoted to Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Program at Austin.
He enjoys living in such a family-friendly, cultural city like Austin. Dr. Corak spends a lot of time with his wife and children enjoying the outdoors. When he’s not working, you can find him running, playing basketball, traveling or enjoying photography.