Renee Rosati, DO

PGY-4, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ

Undergraduate: Texas Christian University

Medical School: VCOM-Carolinas

Academic Awards/Honors: Vanderbilt PM&R Research Day 2019 Best Presentation Award, 2019 Co-Chair of Vanderbilt’s House Staff Advisory Council

Career plans- Interventional Spine. Renee is currently researching the risks of continuing anticoagulant/antiplatelet medications during interventional spine procedures.  She also interested in how music and art can play a role in the rehabilitation process.

Why did you choose VUMC –   The PM&R residency program cultivates a close-knit, familial atmosphere. Also, Vanderbilt is a prominent institution with a vast number of resources.  For example, residents can choose to study in 7 different libraries, they can enroll in one Vanderbilt class per semester, and they can collaborate with the school of business or engineering to start a novel project.

Outside Interests: licensed real estate agent, published photographer, a hobbyist oil painter, and a fan of the great outdoors. Favorite things to do in Nashville are going to pop up acoustic concerts (mystery location, mystery artists until the day of show), relaxing at the beach at Percy Priest Lake, and perfecting her peach cobbler recipe.