Dr. Kerri Vincenti attended the University of Delaware as an undergraduate and received a degree in marketing and management. She worked briefly in the field of advertisement prior to attending George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, where she graduated from in May 2014.
Dr. Vincenti is currently a radiology resident at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. She is actively involved in her hospital's quality improvement council and is a planning committee member of the FOCUS Resident/Fellow Section planning committee, which is a group of women physicians in training within the Penn Medicine network who plan networking programs and leadership skills seminars for other female trainees. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family. Dr. Vincenti is interested in the role that health care technology plays in the medical school classroom to help facilitate active learning skills among trainees. She is also interested in understanding how different forms of social media can be used to effectively promote a health care system's brand and services to patients.