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photo Ann E Perrin, MD MPH

General Internal Medicine

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine

Email: perrinae@upmc.edu

Phone: 412-692-4882

Contact
Office: 200 Lothrop Street
Montefiore Hospital, Suite 933W
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
 
Phone: 412-692-4882
Fax: 412-692-4555
E-mail: perrinae@upmc.edu
Education and Training
Education
BS, Biology, Boston College, 2005
MPH, Boston University School of Public Health, 2007
MD, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, 2013
Training
Internal Medicine Residency, Oregon Health and Science University, 2016
Research Interest
Dr. Perrin's interests include VTE prophylaxis in obese patients. She is currently working to improve VTE prophylaxis procedures and guidelines for orthopedic and medicine patients. In addition, she is heavily involved with the Integrated Inpatient Care Pilot Program, which is designed to reduce readmissions and improve coordinated care between PCPs and specialists.

Recent Presentations:

Evaluating Adequacy of VTE Prophylaxis for Overweight and Obese Patients. Poster. Department of Medicine Research Day, May 2018. Authors: H Sheth, A Perrin, V Snyder, A DeKosky, R Smith, F Jovin

Peeling Back the Layer of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Society of General Internal Medicine, April 2018 (Denver, CO). Authors: S Koh, S Park, A Kohli, A Perrin

Recurrent Ecchymosis in a Patient with a Prolonged Thromboplastin Time (aPTT). Poster. ACP Oregon Meeting, November 2015 (Salem, OR). A Perrin, J Taylor
Clinical Interest
Dr. Perrin is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and staff hospitalist in the Division of General Internal Medicine, Section of Hospital Medicine. She earned an MPH from Boston University and her medical degree from St. Louis University before completing her residency at Oregon Health and Science University. Dr. Perrin joined the University of Pittsburgh faculty in 2016 and spends the majority of her clinical time teaching residents. In addition, she volunteers her time facilitating small groups at the medical school. Her interests include high value care, quality improvement, and prevention of hospital acquired VTE.
Educational Interest
Dr. Perrin spends the majority of her clinical time teaching residents. In addition, she volunteers her time facilitating small groups at the medical school.
Notable Achievements
Rodney M. Coe Award, Saint Louis University School of Medicine for distinction in community service, 2013
Above and Beyond Award, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, in recognition of service excellence, 2009
Member of American College of Physicians
Member of Public Health Association