Amanda Weinmann
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Credentials
MD, MS

Assistant Professor
Associate Program Director, Woodwinds Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program
Biography

Bio

Amanda Weinmann, MD, MS, is faculty and associate program director of the Woodwinds Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Weinmann joined faculty in 2015 after graduating from the University of Minnesota St. Joseph's Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, now known as Woodwinds Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program.

Education

MS, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Major: Clinical Research
MD, University of Minnesota Medical School

Fellowships, Residencies, and Visiting Engagements

Resident, Residency
University of Minnesota Medical School
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Other
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, Minnesota

Licensures and Certifications

Licensure: Medical Physician and Surgeon, State of Minnesota
Board Certification, American Board of Family Medicine

Honors and Recognition

Faculty Teacher of the Year, University of Minnesota
2021
Top Doctors Rising Star, Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine
2021
Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians
2019
Top Doctors Rising Star, Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine
2018
Faculty Teacher of the Year, University of Minnesota
2017
Co-Chief Resident, University of Minnesota
2015
Resident Excellence in Research Award, University of Minnesota
2015
Roza Steer Breast Cancer Research Award, University of Minnesota Medical School
2009

Professional Memberships

Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians
Society of Teachers in Family Medicine
Selected Publications

Selected Publications

Weinmann, A., Fontaine, P., Loth, K., Luepker, R., 2021. Lipid Levels in Refugees from Burma. Journal of Community Health,
Weber, J., Metzler, A., Weinmann, A., 2020. How well do physical examination maneuvers diagnose gluteal tendinopathy?. Evidence-Based Practice, 23 (2): 10-11.
Krumme, T. G., Weinmann, A., 2020. Is TENS effective for reducing neuropathic pain?. Evidence-Based Practice, 23 (2): 37.
Hruska, C. B., Conners, A. L., Jones, K. N., Weinmann, A. L., Lingineni, R. K., Carter, R. E., Rhodes, D. J., O'Connor, M. K., 2014. Half-time Tc-99m sestamibi imaging with a direct conversion molecular breast imaging system. EJNMMI Research, 4 (1): 1-13.
Weinmann, A. L., Hruska, C. B., Conners, A. L., O'Connor, M. K., 2013. Collimator design for a dedicated molecular breast imaging-guided biopsy system: Proof-of-concept. Medical Physics, 40 (1): 0125031-13.
Hruska, C. B., Weinmann, A. L., Tello Skjerseth, C. M., Wagenaar, E. M., Conners, A. L., Tortorelli, C. L., Maxwell, R. W., Rhodes, D. J., O'Connor, M. K., 2012. Proof of concept for low-dose molecular breast imaging with a dual-head CZT gamma camera. Part II. Evaluation in patients. Medical Physics, 39 (6): 3476-3483.
Hruska, C. B., Weinmann, A. L., O'Connor, M. K., 2012. Proof of concept for low-dose molecular breast imaging with a dual-head CZT gamma camera. Part I. Evaluation in phantoms. Medical Physics, 39 (6): 3466-3475.
Weinmann, A. L., Hruska, C. B., O'Connor, M. K., 2009. Design of optimal collimation for dedicated molecular breast imaging systems. Medical Physics, 36 (3): 845-856.
Grants and Patents

Grants and Patents

Patents

System and method for molecular breast imaging energy spectrum imaging and analysis. Issued: 2016
System and method for tumor analysis and real-time biopsy guidance. Issued: 2014
Collimator for low-dose molecular breast imaging. Issued: 2010