Annalies DeNoble, MD, MSc
Why did you chose Duke for residency training?
I was struck by the cohesiveness of the resident classes from the first interview dinner. I also had the sense that the faculty were incredibly supportive, both academically and personally. Both of these have turned out to be very true and I could not be more thrilled to be training here at Duke.
What are your career interests?
I love practicing obstetrics and the intersection of medicine, pregnancy, and surgery. I also have an interest in clinical research. I plan to do a fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine.
What are your hobbies?
Spending time with my energetic three-year-old daughter, collecting sea shells on the Outer Banks, creative writing, cooking Thai food, and baking gluten-free treats.
Education & Training
University of Michigan School of Medicine
Awards & Honors
- Suheil and Lisa Muasher Resident Award in REI, Duke University, 2016
- Andrew J. Zweifler Award for Excellence in Clinical Skills, University of Michigan, 2014
- J. Robert Willson Award for Outstanding Achievements in Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan, 2014
- Glasgow Rubin Achievement Citation, University of Michigan, 2014
- Dean’s Commendation for Excellence in Clinical Skills and the Art of Medicine, University of Michigan, 2014
- Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, University of Michigan, 2014
Publications & Presentations
- DeNoble AE, Kuller JA, Rhee EJ. Controversies in the management of isolated congenital atrioventricular block. Obstet Gynecol Surv 2015; 70:518-23.
- DeNoble, Anna, Hall, Kelli, et al. Receipt of Prescription Contraception by Commercially Insured Women With Chronic Medical Conditions. Obstet Gynecol. 2014;123(6):1213-1220.
- Denoble AE, Hall KS, Zochowski M, Dalton VK. Chronic Disease and Preventive Reproductive Health Services. Poster presentation at the North American Forum on Family Planning (Seattle, WA, September 2013).
- Denoble AE, Huffman KM, Stabler TV, Kelly SJ, Hershfield MS, McDaniel GE, Coleman RE, Kraus VB. Uric Acid Is a Danger Signal of Increasing Risk for Osteoarthritis through Inflammasome Activation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2011 Feb 1;108(5):2088-93. PMID: 21245324.
- Denoble AE, Hall N, Pieper CF, Kraus VB. Patellar Skin Surface Temperature by Thermography Reflects Knee Osteoarthritis Severity. Clinical Medicine Insights: Arthritis Musculoskeletal Disorders. 2010 Oct 15;3:69-75. PMID: 21151853.