Dr. DallaPiazza graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She completed post-graduate training in Internal Medicine Primary Care at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital System and in Infectious Diseases at New York University.
She has been at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School since 2015, where she designed a novel required course for medical students titled Health Equity and Social Justice, tackling timely issues in modern healthcare that aim to alleviate health disparities shaped by bias and social determinants.
Her clinical efforts are focused on HIV prevention and treatment. She is the associate medical director for the Infectious Diseases (ID) Practice, where she provides comprehensive primary care for people living with and affected by HIV. She is a co-investigator on numerous clinical trials focused on cutting-edge HIV treatment and prevention efforts.
In 2017, Dr. DallaPiazza also led efforts to initiate a gender-affirming transgender health program within the ID Practice. With a multidisciplinary team of professionals, the program offers gender-affirming hormone treatments, mental health support, case management, HIV treatment and prevention, and primary care for transgender and gender non-binary individuals. The program focuses on achieving wellness and gender affirmation goals through primary medical care.