Congratulations to Graduating Fellows and Residents!
June 18, 2015
At the end of June, we bid farewell to the fellows and residents graduating from our training programs. We wish them much success and happiness in their next steps. Here’s where the Class of 2015 is headed:
Family Planning: Elizabeth Deans, MD, will join the faculty at Duke University
Maternal-Fetal Medicine: Iris Krishna, MD, MPH, will join our faculty as an assistant professor in the maternal-fetal medicine division.
Pelvic Surgery: Madhu Bagaria, MD, will join the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.
Pelvic Surgery: Priya Gursahaney, MD, will join the faculty at the University of Cincinnati as an assistant professor of clinical obstetrics and gynecology.
Pelvic Surgery: Mark Lachiewicz, MD, will join our faculty as an assistant professor in the general ob/gyn division.
Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility: Carrie Bedient, MD, is entering private practice at the Fertility Center of Las Vegas.
Sarah Huber, MD, MSc, will serve as a locum tenens physician with Weatherby Healthcare and complete a research fellowship with International Urogynecology Associates in Atlanta.
Ujuka Iloabuchi, MD, will enter private practice at Gwinnett OB-GYN Associates P.C. in Snellville, Georgia.
Navya Nair, MD, MPH, will pursue a gynecologic oncology fellowship at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York.
Beau Park, MD, MS, will pursue a minimally invasive surgery fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
Nicole Pasteur, MD, will enter private practice at Georgia Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northside in Atlanta, Georgia.
Marissa Platner, MD, will pursue a maternal-fetal medicine fellowship at Yale School of Medicine.
Jessica Rubin, MD, will pursue a reproductive endocrinology and infertility fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine.
Austin Schirmer, MD, will pursue a reproductive endocrinology and infertility fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine.
Jessica Tarleton, MD, MPH, will pursue a fellowship in reproductive infectious disease and family planning at the University of Pittsburgh.