Dr. Duperval has interests in the areas of disease prevention, health promotion, and the development of policy affecting the status of health among the underserved and persons of color. As Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, she teaches and mentors residents and medical students and serves on college/medical center-wide committees. In her role as Medical Director of the University of Illinois, Mile Square Health Center, Dr. Duperval provides leadership and oversees all medical staff and clinical services for several clinic sites, is actively involved in the development of the Center's health care plan based on community health needs provides guidance for research initiatives, serves as the Team Leader for the Center's Health Disparities Collaborative in Cardiovascular Disease, and provides direct delivery of health care from pediatrics to geriatrics, including obstetric care. She is also a frequent speaker in the community on health topics, and serves on the Speaker's Bureau for the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Illinois Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Duperval received her medical degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine in 1996. She completed a residency in Family Medicine at West Suburban Hospital in Oak Park, Ill. in 1999, then completed the CFHU Fellowship and earned a M.P.H. at the Harvard School of Public Health in 2000. Dr. Duperval then completed the Traub-Byfield Medical Ethics Fellowship at the University of Illinois in 2002, and was a Fellow of the Mid-America Regional Public Health Leadership Institute in 2004.