2022 – Courtney Baker, M.D., M.P.H.: Assistant Professor, University of Texas Southwestern, Parkland Medical Center. Dr. Baker joined the faculty at this large clinical and training program as their first fellowship trained family planning specialist. Dr. Baker remains deeply committed to ensuring training and care related to contraception and early pregnancy issues in Texas.

2021 – Namrata Mastey, MD: Associate Medical Director at Planned Parenthood Mar Monte. Dr. Mastey works as a clinician to provide higher level subspecialist care in contraception and abortion services and oversees expansion of research endeavors within the largest Planned Parenthood affiliate in the United States.

2020 – Suji Uhm, MD, MPH: Assistant Professor, Division of Gynecologic Specialties, University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Uhm joined the faculty at this esteemed program, which is the second oldest fellowship site. She will continue to work on research related to later gestational age procedures and add her clinical and teaching expertise for specialty care.

2019 – Melissa Matulich, MD, MAS: Assistant Professor, Division of Family Planning, University of California, Davis. Dr. Matulich joined us as our 6th fellowship-trained faculty to assist with our continually growing volume of research and clinical care.  She is the leader of our department’s telehealth program.

2018 – Natasha Schimmoeller, MD, MPH, MA: Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.  Dr. Schimmoeller joined two other family planning faculty to ensure continued patient care and teaching in a growing program.

2017 – Jennifer Hsia, MD, MPH: Family Planning Director at Palo Alto Medical Foundation. Dr. Hsia joined this large managed care organization as their first family planning specialist to develop patient-focused programs and provide clinical care and expertise within the organization.

2016 - Melissa Chen, MD, MPH: Assistant Professor, Division of Family Planning, University of California, Davis. Dr. Chen was awarded a K23 from the NIH shortly after finishing fellowship. She is an integral part of the research mentorship in our program.