Anna Morenz, MD
Dr. Morenz is Clinician-Researcher at UW. She completed her undergraduate studies at Dartmouth College, her medical degree at Harvard Medical School, and her internal medicine residency training at UW.
Dr. Morenz is T32 research fellow funded by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) in the Surgical
Outcomes Research Center (SORCE) under the guidance of Dr. David Flum, Professor in the Division of General Surgery, and in the Value and Systems Science Lab (VSSL) under the guidance of Dr. Joshua Liao, Associate Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine. Through research, she is passionate about increasing the access to and quality of health care for historically marginalized communities.
Currently she is focused on projects interrogating the impact of neighborhood-level measures of socioeconomic disadvantage on access to kidney and liver transplantation for patients living with end-stage kidney and liver diseases, respectively. She is also interested in evaluating the effect of audio-only telemedicine on access to health care for historically marginalized patients. During her fellowship, Dr. Morenz will complete a Master of Public Health in Health Services with a concentration in Health Systems and Policy at the University of Washington. Clinically, she is a graduate of the UW Internal Medicine Residency Program and practices as a primary care physician at Harborview Adult Medicine Clinic. She ultimately plans to pursue a career in academic general internal medicine with an emphasis on health equity research and advocacy or in public policy at the state or local level.