Rochester, Minnesota


Vincent.Ann@mayo.edu Clinical Profile


Ann Vincent, M.D., studies the assessment and management of complex symptoms, including pain and chronic fatigue, frequently reported by patients who present to general internal medicine and integrative medicine clinics. Her interests include evaluating the role of physical activity, emotional well-being, mind-body practices, natural products and other complementary health approaches in mitigating symptoms and improving quality of life. In addition to studying lifestyle factors and integrative medicine approaches, Dr. Vincent's research includes the study of biomarkers to guide assessment and management of symptoms.

Focus areas

  • Symptom clusters in fibromyalgia
  • Comorbid conditions common in fibromyalgia, such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, rheumatologic conditions, sleep disorders, depression and anxiety
  • Assessment of fatigue
  • Mind-body practices to decrease symptom burden
  • Biomarker assessment to guide symptom management

Significance to patient care

Dr. Vincent's hope is that through her research, clinicians may be better equipped to individualize symptom management and improve quality of life for patients with chronic pain.


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Primary Appointment

  1. General Internal Medicine

Academic Rank

  1. Associate Professor of Medicine


  1. Postdoctoral Training Certificate in Clinical Research, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
  2. Other - Medical Acupunture for Physicians University of California Los Angeles
  3. Fellow Program in Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona
  4. Fellow Women's Health
  5. Resident - PGY-1, PGY-3 Internal Medicine New York University Downtown Hospital
  6. MB BS - Medicine M. S. Ramaiah Medical College
  7. Pre-Medical - Science University of Kerala

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