Dr. Anita Gupta is a board certified pain anesthesiologist with a doctorate in pharmacy and a masters in public policy and certificate in health policy from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She has been a healthcare professional for over 20 years and has served as a FDA advisor, National Academies appointed member, and has been a recipient the Learner Award from the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) in Washington D.C. She also has served a thought leader for the Washington Post, Forbes, CNN, Doctor Oz, and others. She has been featured on the cover of Philly Biz magazine as Top in Healthcare in Philadelphia. She is an author of international books by Oxford University Press, Interventional Pain Medicine, and Pharmacology in Anesthesia Practice and 50 Studies Every Anesthesiologist Should Know. She completed the executive Wharton Total Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania. She has been called upon to discuss high profile medical topics involving Tiger Woods, Bill Cosby, Angelina Jolie, and Prince and others. Dr. Gupta's contributions have earned her recognition for public health, service, and broad clinical medical expertise in pharmacology, pain and frontline patient care. She completed her Doctorate in Pharmacy at Rutgers University and her medical degree from UMDNJ and her residency in anesthesiology at Georgetown University School of Medicine, and clinical scientist training during her medical residency at National Institutes of Health, NHLBI. Dr. Gupta completed postdoctoral professional education from MIT in controlled release drug technology and interventional multidisciplinary pain fellowship from Johns Hopkins University.
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