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Mary Anne Morgan, M.D.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 486-0147

Fax: (585) 486-0673

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Faculty Appointments

Patient Care Setting

Pulmonary

Biography

Dr. Morgan enjoys the spectrum of pulmonary and critical care and is active seeing patients in the role of attending intensivist at Strong Memorial and Highland Hospitals, as pulmonary consultant at Strong Memorial, and in the outpatient setting as general pulmonologist and Director of the University of Rochester’s Lymphangioleiomyomatosis Clinic. She is fascinated both by the pathophysiology and management of the acutely critically ill patient, but also finds the challenges of navigating end-of-life care to be extremely rewarding. She feels honored to be involved in the lives of her patients and the trainees at URMC.

Professional Background

Dr. Morgan was born and raised in Rochester, New York but left for the west coast at the age of 17 to attend Stanford University. She completed a bachelor of arts’ degree in History before matriculating at the School of Medicine at University of California San Francisco. Tired of traffic, living in a shoebox, and being far from family, she returned to Rochester for residency training because of URMC’s focus on the biopsychosocial model of patient care. as well as by its legacy of excellence in medical education. Inspired by the clinical and academic excellence of the PCCM faculty and the warm and collegial atmosphere, she opted to remain pursue fellowship training in Pulmonary & Critical Care. During fellowship, she was recognized for excellence in resident teaching and was named as a recipient of the NIH training grant for her work in elucidating mechanisms of sepsis under the auspices of her mentor, Dr. Tony Pietropaoli. She was thrilled to join the faculty in 2008 and has served as an advocate for advancing education in Pulmonary and Critical Care, first as the associate director of the fellowship and then, as of 2019, as the fellowship director.

Credentials

Specialties

  • Critical Care Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Pulmonary Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine

Education

2002
MD | University of California, San Francisco School of

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

07/01/2005 - 06/30/2008
Fellowship in Pulmonary/Critical Care at University of Rochester Medical Center

06/01/2002 - 06/30/2003
Internship in Internal Medicine at University of Rochester Medical Center

06/01/2002 - 06/30/2005
Residency in Internal Medicine at University of Rochester Medical Center

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Awards

2006 - 2008
Training Grant Recipient
Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

2005
Lawrence E. Young Prize for Outstanding Medical Resident
Sponsor: University of Rochester, Department of Internal Medicine


Alpha Omega Alpha


Annual Physician Recognition Award nominee 2012
Location: Highland Hospital, Rochester, NY

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Publications

Journal Articles

12/12/2012
Wexler O, Morgan MA, Gough MS, Steinmetz SD, Mack CM, Darling DC, Doolin KP, Apostolakos MJ, Graves BT, Frampton MW, Chen X, Pietropaoli AP. "Brachial artery reactivity in patients with severe sepsis: an observational study." Critical care : the official journal of the Critical Care Forum.. 2012 Dec 12; 16(2):R38. Epub 2012 Dec 12.

6/2011
Gough MS, Morgan MA, Mack CM, Darling DC, Frasier LM, Doolin KP, Apostolakos MJ, Stewart JC, Graves BT, Arning E, Bottiglieri T, Mooney RA, Frampton MW, Pietropaoli AP. "The ratio of arginine to dimethylarginines is reduced and predicts outcomes in patients with severe sepsis." Critical care medicine.. 2011 Jun 0; 39(6):1351-8.

4/2010
Morgan MA, Frasier LM, Stewart JC, Mack CM, Gough MS, Graves BT, Apostolakos MJ, Doolin KP, Darling DC, Frampton MW, Pietropaoli AP. "Artery-to-vein differences in nitric oxide metabolites are diminished in sepsis." Critical care medicine.. 2010 Apr 0; 38(4):1069-77.

Books & Chapters

2009
Chapter Title: Fungal Pneumonias in the Occupational Setting
Book Title: Occupational and Environmental Infectious Diseases
Author List: Mary Anne Morgan and David R. Trawick
Published By: OEM Press 2009

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