Squirrel Hill Providers
Deborah Rotenstein M.D.
Undergraduate:University of Rochester BA
Medical School: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Pediatric Training: Fellowship in Pediatric Endocrinology University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Rotenstein is a board-certified Pediatric Endocrinologist. She is a graduate of the University of Rochester (BA) and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (MD).
Her internship and residency was served at Emory University Hospital. Her Fellowship in pediatric endocrinology was served at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes (UPMC).
She is the author of numerous publications and is actively involved in research, teaching, and writing. She is the author of three children’s books on endocrinology topics: Grady Bear, Greg and Gulliver, and Someday when I am Bigger. She is an avid reader of fiction and enjoys painting, music, photography, and cooking. Dr. Rotenstein has two children and three grandchildren. Her passion is caring for her patients who are her greatest heroes.
Jadranka Popovic M.D.
Medical School: University of Zagreb
Pediatric Training: Residency at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital of Columbia University; Pediatric Endrocrinology Fellowship at Weill-Cornell Medical College, New York City.
Dr. Popovic attended medical school at the University of Zagreb. She completed pediatric residency training at St-Like’s-Roosevelt Hospital of Columbia University in New York City and pediatric endocrinology fellowship at Weill-Cornell Medical College in New York City.
Most recently, Dr. Popovic served as attending pediatric endocrinologist at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh since 2008. During that time, she also held the position of Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine. Dr. Popovic has more than 17 years of experience teaching medical students, pediatric residents and pediatric endocrinology fellows in addition to her extensive clinical experience. Dr. Popovic has always been active in clinical research and her recent emphasis is on the Turner Syndrome as well as the use of aromatase inhibitors in pediatric endocrinology. She has presented her research at the national and international meetings. Most recently, she has participated in a work on revised Turner Syndrome consensus guidelines. She is also a member of Turner Syndrome Global Alliance Group. Dr. Popovic serves as a member on a number of committees of the European Society of Pediatric Endocrinology and Pediatric Endocrine Society of North America.
Dr. Popovic served as a volunteer for Life for A Child and as a tutor for Pediatric Endocrine Training Center for West Africa. She also serves as a lunch preparation volunteer in her daughter’s school in Pittsburgh. Dr. Popovic enjoys exercising, reading, travelling and cooking. She is active in Shaolin Kung-Fu martial arts and presently holds a blue belt.