My name is Analiese DiConti-Gibbs, and I am an ABIM certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. I am an Attending Hospitalist at LAC+USC Medical Center, an Clinical Assistant Professor Of Medicine at Keck School of Medicine of USC in the Department of Medicine, and Associate Program Director of the USC Geriatric Medicine Fellowship. I completed my Geriatrics Fellowship at the University of California San Francisco in June 2020 spending most of my time at San Francisco VA Medical Center. My goal is to become a leader in the field of Geriatrics, helping educate generalists about this special and growing population.

Prior to fellowship, I did my Internal Medicine Residency and year as Chief Resident in the USC Department of Internal Medicine, mainly working at LAC+USC Medical Center. During my residency, I was involved in multiple quality improvement projects, from reducing unnecessary lab orders to post-discharge medication reconciliation. During my second year, I received awards for Excellence in Primary Care and Junior Resident of the Year. I graduated from Keck School of Medicine of USC where I was involved in the Health Technology and Engineering program and worked with Dr. Valero-Cuevas in the Brain and Body Dynamics Lab at Viterbi School of Engineering on a pilot study using novel technology to better quantify abnormal movements Parkinson’s Disease. I was also a founding member of the Innovation in Medicine interest group and participated in various service groups.

Prior to embarking on my medical career, I graduated with a B.S. from the Department of Biological Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in June 2010, where I was president of the Women’s Water Polo Club Team and a member of BrainTrust and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Between undergrad and medical school, I worked at in the Vision Center of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles as a research specialist that focusing on bringing induced pluripotent stem cell reprogramming to the laboratory and volunteered at the Hem-Onc Playroom.

I was born and raised in Glendale, California, a suburb of Los Angeles and attended a prestigious All-Girls Catholic High School, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, where I was second in my class and was captain of the softball and water polo teams.

Currently, I am keeping busy with work and learning about home improvement projects. I love to travel with my husband and can be often found creating a complicated spreadsheet of logistics for out upcoming international adventures (though COVID has put a damper on this lately). When not exercising, traveling, working, or trying to teach my infant daughter a STEM concept, I can be found sitting with my pug reading from my pile of books about European History or watching USC Trojans Football.