August 12, 2013
Emory’s Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics is growing this week with the addition of Martina Badell, MD, and Meaghan Bowling, MD.
Dr. Badell is a familiar face in this department: She completed her residency and her fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Emory. We’re pleased to officially welcome her to the faculty as an assistant professor in the Maternal-Fetal Medicine division. As a fellow, she was recognized for Outstanding Clinical Research Proposal by a Fellow and was the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Residents Award for two years in a row. During her residency, she received the Outstanding Clinical Award in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, the Golden Apple Award for teaching, and served as Chief Administrative Resident. Dr. Badell, who attended medical school at the University of Rochester, will be working at the Emory Perinatal Center, on the 8th floor of Emory University Hospital Midtown. To learn more about Dr. Badell, please visit: http://gynob.emory.edu/faculty/Martina_Badell.html.
Dr. Bowling, assistant professor, is joining the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility division. She comes to Emory from University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), where she completed both her residency and her fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. While at UAB, she was recognized with the Excellence in Medical Student Education award and the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Resident Achievement Award. For the past five years, she was a volunteer at the Women’s Free Clinic in Birmingham, providing free medical care to uninsured and underinsured patients. Dr. Bowling completed medical school at the University of Florida and will be based at the Emory Reproductive Center on the 18th floor of Emory University Hospital Midtown. To learn more about Dr. Bowling, please visit: http://gynob.emory.edu/faculty/Meaghan_Bowling.html.
A warm welcome to Dr. Badell and Dr. Bowling!