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photo Anna Marie White, MD

General Internal Medicine

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine

Medical Director, Street Medicine at Pitt

Internal Medicine & Pediatrics


Phone: 412-692-4888

Office: UPMC Shadyside
307 North Tower, 5230
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: 412-692-4888
Administrative Assistant:
Lauren Krawczyk
Education and Training
BA, English Writing, University of Pittsburgh, 2002
MD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2010
Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency, UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA, 2014
Chief Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Resident, UPMC, 2013
Research Interest
Her research interests include street medicine, dementia in Down Syndrome, and mindfulness and low back pain.
Clinical Interest
Dr. White is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and core faculty of Internal Medicine & Pediatrics. She is board certified in both internal medicine and pediatrics and sees patients at Shea Medical Center and Turtle Creek Primary Care Clinic. In addition, Dr. White sees adult patients with Down Syndrome at Shea Medical Center with the Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania. She is the medical director of the student group, Street Medicine at Pitt. She is interested in transitions in adults with childhood illnesses to adult primary care, including adult survivors of childhood cancers.
Educational Interest
Dr. White is interested in medical education of medical students and residents and has won several awards, including the Walter W. Tunnessen, Jr., MD, Award; the Best Housestaff Teacher in Internal Medicine (twice); the General Academic Pediatrics Award; the Jeffrey S. Farkas, MD, Memorial Pediatric Intern Teaching Award; and the Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching “Little Apple” Award. She also served as the med-peds chief resident during her fourth year of residency. Dr. White enjoys her time spent in patient care and in numerous teaching activities, including teaching Advanced Physical Exam, Introduction to Medical Interviewing and Advanced Medical Interviewing at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, precepting residents and medical students in clinic, and teaching (and learning from) residents and medical students on the wards. She also enjoys serving as a resident academic advisor.
Selected Publications:
Jigme M. Sethi, Anna Marie White, Sanjay A. Patel, Jeannine V. DiNella, William J. Calhoun, Augustine M. Choi. Bronchoprovocation testing in asthma: effect on exhaled monoxides. Journal of Breath Research. 2010; 4: 047104.
Notable Achievements
General Academic Pediatrics Award, 2014
Best Housestaff Teacher in Internal Medicine, awarded by graduating Pitt medical 2014 students., 2014
Walter W. Tunnessen, Jr., MD, Award, Med-Peds Program Directors Association., 2014
The Jeffrey S. Farkas, M.D. Memorial Pediatric Intern Teaching Award, 2011
The Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching “Little Apple” Award, 2011
Induction into Gold Humanism Honor Society as a resident, 2011
Recipient of an American Academy of Pediatrics CATCH (Community Access to Child Health) grant for crisis nursery, 2011
Paper selected as Journal of Breath Research’s top eight “Highlights of 2010.”, 2010
John B. Reinhart, M.D. Award for Pediatrics and Child Psychiatry, 2010
Award for Outstanding Achievement in Scholarly Project, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2010