Since medical school, I had a passion towards women’s health that lead to my decision to obtain specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynecology. My residency training at Wayne State University has given me valuable experience in dealing with difficult cases as well as an appreciation for teamwork. I continued my career exploring reproductive health and infertility as I completed fellowship subspecialty training at the University of Colorado. This well-rounded clinical academic program has provided me with tremendous technical and surgical skills.
I joined UCLA as an Assistant Clinical Professor, with the goals of providing excellent care to women and educating medical students, residents and fellows on reproductive health.
My clinical interests include infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome, oncofertility, reproductive surgery and menopausal health.
I look forward to knowing you and helping you on your reproductive health journey.