Department of Medicine
Faculty Profiles by Division

Division of General Internal Medicine

Faculty Profiles

[Return To Index page]
photo Diana Samberg, MD, MS

General Internal Medicine

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Education and Training
BSE, Chemical Engineering, Princeton University, 2007
MS, Biomedical Forensics, Boston University, 2010
MD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2015
MS, Medical Education (tentative), University of Pittsburgh Institute for Clinical Research Education
Internal Medicine Residency, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 2018
Chief Medical Resident, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 2019
Academic Clinician-Educator Scholars (ACES) Fellow, Division of General Internal Medicine University of Pittsburgh
Research Interest
Dr. Samberg developed a telehealth communication curriculum for Internal Medicine interns, pending grant support. She also is contributing to a systematic review on online mutual support groups for alcohol use disorder.
Clinical Interest
Dr. Samberg's clinical interests include addiction medicine, women's health, and telemedicine.
Educational Interest
Dr. Samberg is interested in curriculum development, including an online curriculum teaching use of non-stigmatizing language for substance use disorders with Dr. Julie Childers and a telehealth communication curriculum using simulated patients for Internal Medicine interns.
Notable Achievements
Reviewer, Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2020-present
Reviewer, AAMC Telehealth Competencies, 2020
Abstract reviewer for SGIM Annual Meeting 2020, 2019
Peer recognition for excellence in collaborative learning, MS1 and MS2, 2012