Dr. Chatterjee is an Assistant Professor in the didactic and clinical year. He is the director for Family Medicine clerkship. He teaches clinical lab procedure and interpretation course and course on disease prevention along with elements of clinical lecture series. He was previously an infectious disease epidemiologist for the Northern Panhandle region of West Virginia. He is trained in CDC/CSTE applied epidemiology competencies. He was adjunct faculty at West Liberty University and West Virginia University. Dr. Chatterjee is experienced in clinical medicine, investigative field epidemiology, environmental health, infection control, and threat preparedness and global health. He is competent in statistical software and has clinical and administrative experiences in medical field military units. His research interests are in medical education, and use of epidemiology in clinical trials.