Suji Uhm, M.D., MPH
Second Year Fellow

Dr. Uhm received her undergraduate degree from University of Maryland, College Park where she participated in a multidisciplinary research program investigating forensic firearm fingerprinting and helped characterize a novel protein that was ultimately published in Nature. She then lived abroad in Argentina which both validated her decision for medical school and aided in the development of her Spanish language skills. She graduated from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH and received her M.D. and M.P.H. She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency at Boston Medical Center at Boston University where she acted as Chief Administrative Resident and received the medical student teaching award all four years as well as Resident Research and Humanism awards. Her fellowship project focuses on improving current family planning clinical practices to optimize patient outcomes.

Namrata Mastey, M.D.
First Year Fellow

Dr. Mastey received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University in Human Biology and Feminist Studies where she was very involved in the Women’s Community Center, Sexual Violence Advisory Board, and a community organization for intimate partner violence prevention. She then lived abroad in India on a Fulbright Scholarship studying access to health among rural widowed women. Drawn towards being able to impact change at the individual health level, she decided to apply to medical school and chose to go back to Stanford University. She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. There, she received the Ryan Residency Award, published op-eds in the “Hill”, did research on access to contraception for patients affect by opioid dependence, and volunteered with Boston Healthcare for the Homeless. In fellowship, she plans to research patients who face terrible obstacles in obtaining desired family planning care. She is also completing her Masters in Advanced Clinical Sciences through UC Davis.