Faculty Profile

Amber Pincavage
Section of General Internal Medicine
Professor of Medicine
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Academic Interests

Dr. Pincavage is a general internist who focuses on medical education. She serves as Co-Director for the Third Year Medicine Clerkship and Core Faculty for the University of Chicago Internal Medicine Residency Program. A dedicated educator and mentor, Dr. Pincavage trains medical students and residents in areas such as clinical reasoning, primary care, transitions of care, patient-centered communication and resilience skills. Her research interests include handoffs in the ambulatory setting, ambulatory medical education, patient-centered communication, clinical reasoning, and resilience of medical trainees. Dr. Pincavage’s honors include the 2017 Midwest Society of General Internal Medicine Clinician Educator Award, the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) David E. Rogers Junior Faculty Education Award in 2012, and the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) Readiness for Reform Innovation Challenge Award in 2012. She is a Junior Faculty Scholar in the Bucksbaum Institute for Clinical Excellence and a Fellow of the Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators at the University of Chicago.

Clinical Interests

General Internal Medicine, Management of Chronic diseases in adults, Care of Underserved Populations


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  • BS, 2002, Yale University, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
  • MD, 2007, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
  • Residency, 2010, University of Chicago, Internal Medicine
  • Chief Residency, 2011, University of Chicago, Ambulatory-Chief Resident
  • Fellowship, 2011, University of Chicago, MERITS Medical Education