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Our Residents

Our residents are a diverse, talented, compassionate, and inspiring group of physicians who we believe will change the world of women’s health for the better. We are incredibly proud of the work they do, including clinical work, research, advocacy, community engagement and patient safety initiatives. 

In This Section:

Postgraduate Year 4

  • Timothee Fruhauf, M.D., MPH

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Timothee Fruhauf
  • Tiffany Jones, M.D.

    Medical School: University of Illinois
    Tiffany Jones
  • Kat Kaczmarski, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Kat Kaczmarski
  • Jaden Kohn, M.D., MPH

    Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine
    Jaden Kohn
  • Linda Pan, M.D.

    Medical School: Ohio State
    Linda Pan
  • Tenisha Wilson, M.D., Ph.D.

    Medical School: University of Florida
    Tenisha Wilson
  • Camilla Yu, M.D.

    Medical School: University of Massachusetts
    Camilla Yu
  • Rebecca Garbose, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Rebecca Garbose headshot
 

Postgraduate Year 3

  • Katy Dumas, M.D.

    Medical School: University of South Carolina, Greenville
    Katy Dumas
  • Chelsea Henshaw, M.D.

    Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine
    Chelsea Henshaw
  • Emily Johnson, M.D.

    Medical School: Dartmouth College
    Emily Johnson
  • Megan Lander, M.D.

    Medical School: Rutgers University
    Megan Lander
  • Margot Le Neveu, M.D.

    Medical School: Dartmouth College
    Margot Le Neveu
  • Diana Miao, M.D.

    Medical School: Harvard University
    Diana Miao
  • Holly Rankin, M.D.

    Medical School: Thomas Jefferson University
    Holly Rankin
  • Matthew Thimm, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Matthew Thimm
  • Rob Weatherford, M.D.

    Medical School: Harvard University
    Rob Weatherford
 

Postgraduate Year 2

  • Bronwyn Bedrick, M.D., M.S.C.I.

    Medical School: Washington University in St. Louis
    Bronwyn Bedrick
  • Priyanka Gaur, M.D., MPH

    Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern
    Priyanka Gaur
  • Abby Goron, M.D.

    Medical School: University of Maryland
    Abby Goron
  • Bryna Harrington, M.D., Ph.D.

    Medical School: University of North Carolina
    Bryna Harrington
  • Gregory Kirschen, M.D., Ph.D.

    Medical School: Stony Brook University
    Gregory Kirschen
  • Vivian Nguyen, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Vivian Nguyen
  • Mary Peeler, M.D., MPH

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Mary Peeler
  • Anna Shin, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Anna Shin
  • Lewin Staine, M.D.

    Medical School: The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
    Lewin Staine

Postgraduate Year 1

  • Kedeja Adams, M.D.

    Medical School: The University of North Carolina
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: Once I decided to pursue a career in reproductive health, I knew I wanted to train at a program that would prepare me to treat patients with complex medical conditions from various backgrounds. On my interview day, I was inspired by the culture of excellence, emphasis on medical education, and strong surgical training. Additionally, I was drawn to Hopkins because of its commitment to DEI, community outreach, advocacy, and reproductive justice. I am privileged to work with faculty, residents, APPs, and nurses who are supportive and invested in advancing the field forward.
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Adams
  • Joy Davis, M.D.

    Medical School: McGovern Medical School at Houston
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for its innovative culture, strong surgical training, and community of excellent providers. I knew that I wanted to train at a program that focuses on shaping future leaders in women’s healthcare. From interview day on, I have been inspired by the opportunities and people that prioritize learning and education on all levels. I am constantly amazed at the intellect, skills, and kindness of my co-residents and providers, who immediately welcomed me into the Hopkins family!
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Davis
  • Allie Froehlich, M.D.

    Medical School: Brown University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for the strong clinical and surgical training and opportunity to develop as a clinical researcher. I knew training at Hopkins would mean that I would be equally prepared for whatever career path I ultimately decide to pursue – from fellowship placement to a broad generalist practice. Ultimately, the passion for teaching, advocacy, and personal development I saw from residents, fellows, attending, and program leadership on interview day convinced me Hopkins was the perfect place for me to train as an Ob/Gyn.
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Froehlich
  • Shannon Glynn, M.D.

    Medical School: Cornell University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: Hopkins had everything I was looking for in a training program and I was ecstatic to match here for residency. I knew I would get strong clinical training  spanning the full depth and breadth of Ob/Gyn at Hopkins, but it was the distinct culture of learning and discovery that made me realize this was the place for me. I wanted to be surrounded by people who would push me to question everything and constantly think about how we can do things differently to better care for our patients. This commitment to innovation and advancement of the field truly permeates Hopkins and inspires me daily. I feel incredibly lucky work alongside such dedicated co-residents and physicians during this next phase of my training. 
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Glynn
  • Megan Hadley, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I loved being at Hopkins as a medical student and chose to stay so I could continue to be surrounded by people who would challenge and encourage me to be an excellent and compassionate clinician. Once I decided to pursue OB/GYN, the residents and faculty became my biggest champions, advocating for me even for non-traditional training opportunities. It was also important to me to learn from and advocate for a diverse population and be where the high acuity would prepare me to work in any rural or urban environment. Finally, I couldn't be happier to continue serving and enjoying Baltimore's resilient, quirky, and charming community!
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Hadley
  • Autusa Pahlavan, M.D.

    Medical School: University of Maryland
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for its strong clinical and surgical training, commitment to medical education and mentorship, and the incredible patient population in Baltimore. On my interview day, it was clear that everyone at Hopkins values health equity and reproductive justice, and I was excited about joining a program with active community engagement and a deep commitment to providing excellent and equitable care to the local Baltimore community. I am so thrilled to be training at Hopkins alongside my amazing co-residents!
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Pahlavan
  • Claudina Tami, M.D.

    Medical School: University of Texas at San Antonio
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins as a result of meeting incredibly inspiring residents and faculty on the interview day that were committed to mentoring and training leaders in the field. It was evident there was an emphasis on education at all levels. I wanted to be a part of a program that is committed to building systems to address the inequities our patients face, while providing excellent care to our patients in Baltimore.  I am excited for the opportunity to train in a supportive environment with passionate individuals who are eager to advocate for women!
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Tami
  • Breanna Valcarcel, M.D.

    Medical School: Thomas Jefferson University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I knew Hopkins was the best fit for me after my interview day. It was evident the program pairs rigorous clinical training with an incredibly supportive culture that values resident education and service to the community. I have felt at home since day one and am thankful to have the resources, exposure, and mentorship here to be at the forefront of change in the field of women’s health as I grow as an Ob/Gyn provider. 
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Valcarcei
  • Julia Wainger, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: After being a student here, I knew I could not give up the fantastic opportunities that come from training here: the opportunity to care for patients from all walks of life with a tremendous breadth of pathology and acuity, the enthusiasm surrounding education and teaching, the interest in and funding for cutting-edge research, and the supportive mentorship in the Gyn/OB department. Additionally, being in close proximity to seats of government at the city, state, and national level places us in a unique position to engage in advocacy work during our time in training and push against the inequities we confront on a daily basis. I also love living in Baltimore, where neighbors are kind, the food is delicious, and there's always some fun festival or activity going on during the weekends!
    gynecology and obstetrics - image of Dr. Wainger
 

Resident Research

View current and past research publications our residents co-authored.

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