2021 Resident Reporters
SASGOG Congratulates the 10 Resident Reporters who attended and will be reporting on the SASGOG 2021 Annual Meeting.
Joey Bahng, MD
Joey grew up in Lake Mary, Florida near Orlando before going to NYU for an undergraduate degree in environmental systems and society. They did a post- baccalaureate pre-medical year at Johns Hopkins University. Joey completed their medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania and has continued their graduate medical education as a resident in the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at Emory University. They are currently a third year resident, who will be assuming the role of administrative chief resident in their fourth year. They are interested in LGBTQ healthcare in general obstetrics and gynecology as well as addressing wealth disparities in access to care. Outside of work, Joey enjoys baking and dance.
Iman Berrahou, MD
Iman Berrahou (she/her/hers) is from Austin, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in Plan II Honors (BA) and Microbiology (BS). She graduated from Harvard Medical School in 2018. During medical school, she served as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow and led an initiative to increase cervical cancer screening rates in the LGBTQ population by creating a film campaign and accompanying medical education curriculum. She is currently a third year resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She plans to become an academic generalist after residency with particular interests in LGBTQ health care, medical education, and family planning. Outside of work, Iman enjoys basketball, cooking, and adventuring outdoors in the Bay Area.
Conner Blackwell, MD
Conner is a third-year resident at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. He is originally from Woodstock, GA, and he studied Biology at the University of Georgia before earning his medical degree from Emory University. His academic interests have focused on addiction medicine, infectious disease management in pregnancy, and enhancing care of rural populations. After residency, Conner will serve in the U.S. Air Force and looks forward to a career in academic medicine. During his free time, he enjoys reading crime novels and discovering new playgrounds with his 2-year-old daughter.
Caroline Elbaum, MD
Caroline Elbaum is completing her 3rd year of residency at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She grew up in Murfreesboro, TN and received a BS in Neuroscience from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN. She then attended Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA where she obtained her medical degree and a Master of Public Health. Her academic interests include health policy, eliminating healthcare disparities, equitable and evidenced-based care, reproductive justice, & family planning. She is currently the ACOG District III Junior Fellow Legislative Chair. Outside of work, she is a lifelong athlete. Formerly a competitive soccer and tennis player, she is now a recreational runner, cyclist, Nordic skier, and hiker. She spends her free time being active with her husband and their 3-year-old black lab, Penny.
Mary Kinyoun, MD
Mary Kinyoun is a native of Omaha, Nebraska. She completed her undergraduate education at Creighton University and medical school at the University of Nebraska. She is currently in her 4th year of residency at the University of Colorado where she is a co-Administrative Chief Resident. After residency, Mary has accepted a faculty position at the University of Nebraska as an academic general Ob/Gyn. Her academic interests include high acuity obstetrics, medical education, and teen/adolescent pregnancy and gynecologic care. When not working, Mary enjoys hiking, cooking, riding her Peloton, and spending lots of time with her husband, newborn daughter, and her labradoodle.
Conner Blackwell, MD, PhD
Caitlin Linscheid, MD, PhD is currently completing her 4th year of Ob/Gyn Residency at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, KS. She received her MD and her PhD at the University of Kansas where she studied maternal and fetal immune interactions during pregnancy. As a resident she has developed strong interests in trauma-informed obstetric care and how to teach research in the residency environment. She is planning to continue her work as an academic generalist at the University of Kansas after she graduates. She and her husband both attended Bethel College in North Newton, Kansas prior to moving to Kansas City where they now live with their two sons (ages 7&9) and two dogs. She and her family enjoy hiking, camping and eating good food together.
Aimee Morrison, MD
Aimee (she/her/hers) is a third year Ob/Gyn resident at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and received her undergraduate and medical degrees from Yale University. She currently serves as the Junior Fellow Vice Chair for the Pennsylvania Section of ACOG. Her professional interests include pediatric and adolescent gynecology and care for the trans patient, and she looks forward to an exciting and rewarding career as an academic generalist.
Anita Motwani, MD
Dr. Anita Motwani was born in Texas and raised in Oklahoma. When not taking cover from tornadoes, Dr. Motwani was completing her bachelors of science, medical education and masters of public health at the University of Oklahoma. She then moved south to University of Texas Rio Grande Valley where she is currently in her third year of OBGYN residency just miles from the Mexico border. She is interested in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery and academic medicine.
Jennifer Narvaez, MD
Jennifer Narvaez is a fourth-year resident and current Administrative Chief at Brown University/Women and Infants Hospital. She is originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey and completed her undergraduate studies at Brown University. She received her medical degree from Emory University, where she is thrilled to be returning as faculty in the Division of General Obstetrics & Gynecology. Her passions include medical education, reproductive justice, and enhancing care in the fourth trimester. Outside of work, Jennifer enjoys running and spending time with her two adorable rescue dogs.
Ciera Oshodi, MD
Ciera was born and raised in Evansville, IN. She attended college at Butler University before matriculating into medical school at Creighton University School of Medicine. She briefly moved to Phoenix, AZ for two years where she completed her medical degree at Creighton School of Medicine’s Phoenix Regional Campus. Ciera is currently a third-year resident at Medical College of Wisconsin, where she will serve as the Education Chief Resident for the 2021-2022 year. Ciera aspires to become an academic generalist. Her career interests include medical education, as well as diversity & inclusion initiatives. When not working, Ciera enjoys baking and taking in performances in all aspects of the performing arts.