I am currently a third year fellow completing an accredited fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital in June 2017. I am originally from Northern California and received a B.A. in cognitive psychology from the University of California, in Irvine prior to relocating to New York State for medical school. I received an M.D from New York Medical College and completed residency training in Obstetrics & Gynecology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/ Montefiore Medical Center.
Over the past two years I have found a home in Boston. While in my FPMRS fellowship, I have had the pleasure of learning the clinical and surgical practice of urogynecology. I am competent and confident in my ability to treat pelvic floor disorders in all surgical modalities, specifically with advanced laparoscopic techniques, robotically-assisted laparoscopy, and vaginal surgery. My research interests include a multitude of clinical and translational projects; most notably, a year studying the innate immunity of the bladder.
I am greatly anticipating my future as an attending urogynecologist and I envision my primary role as a provider with an active and robust clinical practice. From educating patients to peers, I plan to remain engaged in the education of the New England community about pelvic floor health and pathology.