Rosa Fannie is the Director of Clinical Education for the Physician Assistant Studies Program and is an Assistant Professor In the Department of Physician Assistant Studies. She has served as a clinical preceptor for the PA Studies Program since 2011 and was appointed as an Adjunct Assistant Professor teaching various women’s health topics from 2015 until joining the full-time faculty in 2018. Fannie graduated with a Master of Physician Assistant degree from Duquesne University and works clinically in Women’s Health. Her experience as a preceptor provides insight on the needs of our students and the instructional faculty who serve as clinical preceptors. Her clinical interests lie in all aspects of women’s health including mental health and how it impacts pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Awards and Honors
PA Educator of the Year, Pennsylvania Society of PAs
Distinguished Faculty Award, Department of Physician Assistant Studies, University of Pittsburgh
Inducted to Pi Alpha, the National Honor Society for Physician Assistants
Preceptor of the Year, Physician Assistant Studies Program, University of Pittsburgh