Rosanne Sheinberg

Rosanne Sheinberg, MD, ABoIM

Associate Professor
Director of Resident Wellness

Dr. Rosanne Sheinberg is an associate professor of anesthesiology and pain medicine at the University of Washington. Her areas of clinical expertise include anesthesiology, cardiac anesthesiology and perioperative transesophageal echocardiography. Dr. Sheinberg served as the program director of the Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins Hospital until 2016, where she was an assistant professor from 2011 – 2022. Prior to receiving her undergraduate degree in biochemistry from the University of California, Davis, she was a member of the Joffrey Ballet in New York City, toured as a member of Phantom of the Opera and danced for Carnival Cruise Lines. She earned her M.D. from Johns Hopkins. She completed her residency and performed a fellowship in cardiothoracic anesthesiology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Sheinberg joined the Johns Hopkins faculty in 2011. She subsequently pursued a fellowship in Integrative Medicine through Dr. Andrew Weil’s program at the University of Arizona, Tucson and became board certified in Integrative Medicine in 2014. She helped start and was medical director of Sibley Memorial Hospital’s new Integrative Medicine clinic, co-director of the 1st-year medical student curriculum on integrative medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and contributed to the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine Fellowship’s module on Integrative Pain Management and co-authored a novel module on perioperative integrative medicine. She was the Hopkins Steering Committee Member for the Consortium of Academic Health Centers in Integrative Medicine and led the educational component of the Consortium’s non-pharmacologic pain management project and participated in a white paper on the topic of evidence-based nonpharmacologic strategies for comprehensive pain care. She has also completed training in medical acupuncture from Helms Medical Institute. In addition, she completed the Integrative Oncology Scholars Program and provided integrative medicine consultations to breast cancer patients at Johns Hopkins as part of their multidisciplinary metastatic breast cancer clinic from 2020 until her departure in 2022. Her interest is in utilizing the principles and practices of integrative medicine and adding these modalities within the western medical system to enhance health, wellness and facilitate recovery. In particular, she has an interest in enhancing preparation for and recovery from surgery using evidence-based integrative principles, practices and techniques as well as taking care of patients at all stages of cancer. This interest extends to an integrative approach to treating acute and chronic pain.