Hello! My name is Meggie. It’s nice to meet you!
The Professional Me: Most of my time is spent helping women and men build families as a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellow at the University of Southern California. I received a BA in chemistry magna cum laude from NYU in 2008 and my MD from NYU School of Medicine in 2013. I completed my residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at NYU Langone Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital in June 2017.
A few of my specific professional interests include infertility, obesity and its effects on reproduction, the mental health aspect of infertility care, and examining the intersection of social media, mass media, and medicine.
The Other Side of Me: While I spent a significant amount of my 20s in libraries or other places conducive to studying, I’ve maintained several outside interests including running, tennis, spinning, boxing, pilates, tutoring, reading, and, more recently, discovering what it is like to be a NYC transplant in LA! Growing up, I was an avid tennis player. In medical school, I began to channel my competitive instincts into running. In residency, I started to delve into exercise classes, but kept my tabs on the running world with the occasional race (generally, very undertrained!)
Thank You! I’m so happy you stopped by! I love to hear from people so don’t hesitate to comment or contact me.