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Anne C. Nofziger, M.D.

Family Medicine

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 279-4800

Administrative: (585) 273-5762

Office: (585) 273-5762

Fax: (585) 279-4645

Fax: (585) 273-3290

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Biography

Dr. Anne Nofziger is Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MD from Indiana University School of Medicine, followed by Family Medicine residency and two years as Chief Resident in Rochester, NY. She joined the faculty 2000, and later completed a Dean's Teaching Fellowship in 2007, with a project focusing on peer assessment.

In planning for major curricular reform during the late 1990's, the University of Rochester's medical school recognized a need for a new assessment program, integrating basic science knowledge, evidence-based medicine skills, clinical skills, teamwork, and assessment of professionalism. Dr. Nofziger was instrumental in the development and design of this "Comprehensive Assessment (CA)," and served as the program's director from until 2011. Through this work Dr. Nofziger has developed a particular interest and expertise in the assessment and formation of clinical competence and professionalism among medical students. She has provided consultations to both medical and dental schools about assessment and professionalism. In 2011 Dr. Nofziger will be transitioning away this role to become Director of the medical school's Primary Care Clerkship, an 18-month longitudinal course for first and second year medical student.

Dr. Nofziger's favorite activities involve direct contact and dialogue with students. Her clinical practice in Family Medicine serves a largely inner city underserved population, and she frequently teaches students in this setting. She serves as faculty advisor and preceptor for UR Well, Rochester's student-run free health clinic, and enjoys mentoring students and residents around research projects and career development. She was honored as the faculty speaker at the medical school's 2010 White Coat Ceremony, sponsored by the Gold Foundation.

Dr. Nofziger also serves as a member of the department's committee on medical student education in Family Medicine. She is a member of the steering committee and a lecturer for the Medical Education Pathway, a certificate program for students who hope to become medical educators. She helps to guide the medical school's curriculum in diversity education, is an advisor to the medical student Family Medicine Interest Group, member of the medical school Admissions Committee and various curriculum committees, and has led many small group teaching sessions for students and residents.

Research

Dr. Anne Nofziger is Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MD from Indiana University School of Medicine, followed by Family Medicine residency and two years as Chief Resident in Rochester, NY. She joined the faculty 2000, and later completed a Dean's Teaching Fellowship in 2007, with a project focusing on peer assessment.

In planning for major curricular reform during the late 1990's, the University of Rochester's medical school recognized a need for a new assessment program, integrating basic science knowledge, evidence-based medicine skills, clinical skills, teamwork, and assessment of professionalism. Dr. Nofziger was instrumental in the development and design of this "Comprehensive Assessment (CA)," and served as the program's director from until 2011. Through this work Dr. Nofziger has developed a particular interest and expertise in the assessment and formation of clinical competence and professionalism among medical students. She has provided consultations to both medical and dental schools about assessment and professionalism. In 2011 Dr. Nofziger will be transitioning away this role to become Director of the medical school's Primary Care Clerkship, an 18-month longitudinal course for first and second year medical student.

Dr. Nofziger's favorite activities involve direct contact and dialogue with students. Her clinical practice in Family Medicine serves a largely inner city underserved population, and she frequently teaches students in this setting. She serves as faculty advisor and preceptor for UR Well, Rochester's student-run free health clinic, and enjoys mentoring students and residents around research projects and career development. She was honored as the faculty speaker at the medical school's 2010 White Coat Ceremony, sponsored by the Gold Foundation.

Dr. Nofziger also serves as a member of the department's committee on medical student education in Family Medicine. She is a member of the steering committee and a lecturer for the Medical Education Pathway, a certificate program for students who hope to become medical educators. She helps to guide the medical school's curriculum in diversity education, is an advisor to the medical student Family Medicine Interest Group, member of the medical school Admissions Committee and various curriculum committees, and has led many small group teaching sessions for students and residents.

Credentials

Faculty Appointments

Specialties

  • Family Medicine - American Board of Family Medicine

Education

1992
BS | University of Notre Dame
PreMedical

1996
MD | Indiana Univ School Medicine
Medicine

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

06/17/1996 - 06/22/1997
Internship in Family Medicine at Highland Hospital

06/25/1997 - 06/30/2000
Residency in Family Medicine at Highland Hospital

07/01/2005 - 06/30/2007
Fellowship in at University of Rochester Medical Center

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Awards

2016
Family Medicine Faculty Appreciation award

2016
Innovations in Medical Education Award for Addressing Disparities in Healthcare inter-professional course

2015
Family Medicine Faculty Appreciation award

2014 - 2015
Developing From Within: Exploring and Enhancing Choices for Mid-Career Women in Academic Medicine
Sponsor: Senior Associate Dean for Inclusion and Cultural Development
Location: URMC

2013
Diversity Grant to attend the 2013 AAMC 2013 Mid-Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar

2012
Family Medicine Faculty Appreciation Award

2011
Family Medicine Faculty Appreciation Award

2011
Faculty Development Grant to attend the Harvard Macy Institute
Location: University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry

2010
Faculty Address, White Coat Ceremony for Matriculating Students
Location: University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry

2010
Faculty Marshal, Commencement (by request of graduating class)
Location: University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry

2010
Family Medicine Faculty Appreciation Award

2005 - 2007
George Engel and John Romano Dean's Teaching Fellowship
Location: University of Rochester School of MEdicine & Dentistry

1995
Alpha Omega Alpha

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Publications

Journal Articles

1/2010
Nofziger AC, Naumburg EH, Davis BJ, Mooney CJ, Epstein RM. "Impact of peer assessment on the professional development of medical students: a qualitative study." Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges.. 2010 Jan 0; 85(1):140-7.

7/2008
Lurie SJ, Mooney CJ, Nofziger AC, Meldrum SC, Epstein RM. "Further challenges in measuring communication skills: accounting for actor effects in standardised patient assessments." Medical education.. 2008 Jul 0; 42(7):662-8. Epub 2008 May 23.

11/2007
Lurie SJ, Meldrum S, Nofziger AC, Sillin LF, Mooney CJ, Epstein RM. "Changes in self-perceived abilities among male and female medical students after the first year of clinical training." Medical teacher.. 2007 Nov 0; 29(9):921-6.

Books & Chapters

2007
Chapter Title: Sideroblastic Anemia
Book Title: The 5-Minute Clinical Consult
Author List: Nofziger, AC
Edited By: Domino, FJ (Ed)
Published By: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins2007

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