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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

  • Kristin Darwin, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Kristin Darwin
  • Anja Frost, M.D.

    Medical School: George Washington University
    Anja Frost
  • Megan Gornet, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Megan Gornet
  • Lauren Kucirka, M.D., Ph.D., MSc

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Lauren Kucirka
  • Mandy Mahle, M.D., Ph.D.

    Medical School: University of Maryland
    Mandy Mahle
  • Melissa McHale, M.D.

    Medical School: Boston University
    Melissa McHale
  • Ben Morris, M.D.

    Medical School: University of California, San Diego
    Ben Morris
  • Renee Moss, M.D.

    Medical School: Mercer School of Medicine
    Renee Moss
  • Brittany Schuh, M.D.

    Medical School: University of Maryland
    Brittany Schuh
 

Postgraduate Year 3

  • 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 2

  • 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 1

  • Bronwyn Bedrick, M.D.

    Medical School: Washington University in St. Louis
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins because of its strong surgical training, fellowship preparation, and commitment to reproductive justice. I knew that Hopkins is a place where I would be trained to become the best clinician researcher I can be while also being supported by faculty, fellows, and amazing co-residents.
    Bronwyn Bedrick
  • Priyanka Gaur, M.D., MPH

    Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins because it has the culture of innovation that is so important to me. On my interview day, I felt inspired by the people I met, who were not only excellent clinicians, but were determined to be change-makers in our field. Everyone I met was passionate about being at the forefront of the fight to improve and protect women’s health; and I immediately knew I wanted to join them.
    Priyanka Gaur
  • Abby Goron, M.D.

    Medical School: University of Maryland
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I was fortunate enough to spend a month on the benign gynecology team at Hopkins as a visiting sub-I and felt immediately included as part of the family. I saw a group of residents who were tight-knit, introspective, and always challenging each other to be better doctors and learners to take excellent care of patients. I saw faculty that were fiercely supportive, and felt that true mentorship was everything but lacking here. Lastly, I saw program leadership that was involved in and supportive of patient advocacy and policy, which was extremely important to me. I knew that all of these aspects, when combined with a patient population that would allow me to explore socioeconomic determinants of healthcare and health advocacy, would provide a perfect atmosphere for me to continue my training in obstetrics and gynecology.
    Abby Goron
  • Bryna Harrington, M.D., Ph.D.

    Medical School: University of North Carolina
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I was thrilled to match at Hopkins for multiple reasons: the strong clinical training, the research resources including the school of public health, and importantly, the interactions between residents, faculty, and staff I observed while on my interview. In addition, my spouse works in the DC/Baltimore area, so it made sense for us to land here!
    Bryna Harrington
  • Gregory Kirschen, M.D., Ph.D.

    Medical School: Stony Brook University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: I chose Hopkins for its commitment to education, serving the local community and setting the bar for the global medical community. I feel that as residents, our learning is prioritized and that I’m surrounded by some of the smartest and also most humble minds in medicine in terms of residents, fellows, attendings, nurses, and other allied health professionals and supporting staff, which makes it easy to enjoy my training. I continuously remind myself how fortunate I am to be here.
    Gregory Kirschen
  • Vivian Nguyen, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: Johns Hopkins OBGYN was my number 1 choice for residency because of Hopkin's commitment to excellent patient care combined with its commitment to pushing the field of Ob/Gyn forward and developing strong leaders in the field. As a medical student at Johns Hopkins clueless of my future directions, I felt an immediate sense of belonging and direction when I did my Ob/Gyn rotation. Every single resident and faculty here at Hopkins are truly committed to medical education and training the next generation of Ob/Gyns. I am thrilled to get the opportunity to do my training here where I know daily I will be pushed to my limits intellectually and within 4 formative years I will be the best clinician and researcher I can be.
    Vivian Nguyen
  • Mary Peeler, M.D., MPH

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: After attending Hopkins for medical school, I knew that I wanted to stay for residency training in Baltimore. Hopkins offers an unmatched opportunity to train in a hospital which serves as both a center for research and innovation, a quaternary referral center for the sickest patients from around the world, and a safety net hospital for Baltimore. There is an energy in the city of Baltimore and at Hopkins in particular to try to build better systems and help improve systemic injustices. I wanted to train at a place that recognized inequalities and actively worked to provide the same excellent level of care to all of our patients.
    Mary Peeler
  • Anna Shin, M.D.

    Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: As a former med student at Hopkins, I loved the feeling of camaraderie among the Ob/Gyn interdisciplinary teams here. I also felt that everyone was eager to teach and to learn from each other. I knew that by choosing Hopkins, I could get the best training and education while being surrounded by the most passionate and warm-hearted people.
    Anna Shin
  • Lewin Staine, M.D.

    Medical School: The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
    Why I Chose Johns Hopkins: Hopkins was an obvious choice for me early on. Out of many great choices in the country, it was the people of the program that sold me. From top to bottom, I have been made to feel welcome to the Hopkins family. The patients that we serve between our various Hopkins locations in the city of Baltimore are what drew me to the area and continue to inspire me on a daily basis. The faculty and staff are always leading the way in the field of OB/Gyn, allowing me to feel like I am consistently providing my patients with the very best care at all times.
    Lewin Staine

 

 

Resident Research

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