Dr. Gray is a fellow in the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She grew up in Bronx, New York and received her Bachelor of Arts degree at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. As an undergraduate, she studied public policy and journalism. After college, she joined Teach For America and taught high school social studies in New York City. She then received a merit-based scholarship for the MD/MPH combined program at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. While in medical school, she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and received the United States Public Health Service Excellence in Public Health National Award.
Dr. Gray comes to Johns Hopkins after completing a five-year residency program in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. As a chief resident, Dr. Gray received the Chairman’s Award for her academic and scholarly achievements. She also received the Mount Sinai Alumni Leadership Award and the Mount Sinai Institute for Medical Education House Staff Excellence in Teaching Award. Over the course of her training, she developed an interest in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, which led to her authorship in numerous peer-reviewed journal and chapter publications. Her many research accolades include the William W. Montgomery, MD Resident Research Award and the Richard J. Bellucci, MD Resident Research Award, both issued by the Triological Society.
At Johns Hopkins, Dr. Gray will be training to further hone her surgical skills in facial reanimation, head and neck reconstruction, and aesthetic procedures. One of her long-term goals is to incorporate quality and process improvement into clinical research and practice. She hopes to build upon her experience and pursue a career that will push the boundaries of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.