Annamarie Faust Streilein

Assistant Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health
800 South Duke Street, Room 14, Durham, NC 27701
(919) 684-3872
annamarie.streilein@duke.edu

Director of Preclinical Education, Duke University Physician Assistant Program

Ms. Streilein serves as Director of Preclinical Education for the Duke PA Program, overseeing the didactic portion of the curriculum. She provides instruction in lecture, laboratory, and small group settings across the curriculum. Ms. Streilein's areas of clinical and educational interest include laboratory medicine, women's health and obstetrics, underserved populations, public health, and interprofessional medical education. Her research interests are related to PA education and the PA workforce.

Ms. Streilein has clinical experience providing primary care in a rural community health center and has worked as a physician assistant in public health in a county health department since 2001, with a primary focus on women's health and prenatal care. Prior to becoming a PA, she worked as a nationally certified (ASCP) medical technologist in clinical laboratories and HIV research at Duke.

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Education and Training

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.S. 1984
  • Duke University, M.H.S. 1995
  • Duke University, P.A.- C. 1995

Publications

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Phipps MG, Son S, Zahn C, OʼReilly N, Cantor A, Frost J, et al. Womenʼs Preventive Services Initiativeʼs Well-Woman Chart. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 2019 Sep;134(3):465–9.
Streilein AF. Provider-Performed Microscopy Procedures. Physician Assistant Clinics. 2019 Jul 1;4(3):579–89.

Streilein A, Leach B, Everett C, Morgan P. Knowing Your Worth: Salary Expectations and Gender of Matriculating Physician Assistant Students. The journal of physician assistant education : the official journal of the Physician Assistant Education Association. 2018 Jan 19. PubMed PMID: 29356751.

Clendaniel R, Dieter P, Greenwald I, Kaprielian V, Nevidjon B, Streilein A, Thompson J. An Interprofessional Course in Disaster Preparedness. 2013 Mar:24-25.

MATTHEWS T, MCDANAL C, GREENWELL T, STREILEIN A, DAVISON D, RULAND M, BOLOGNESI D, BRADAC J, WALKER MC. SEROLOGICAL REACTIVITY FROM HIV-1 VACCINE RECIPIENTS PARTICIPATING IN THE AIDS VACCINE CLINICAL-TRIALS NETWORK. 1994:S55-S55.