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Nicole Gloor, M.D.

Nicole Gloor, M.D.

Chief Administrative Resident

Undergraduate Education: Truman State University, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Kirksville, Missouri
Medical School: University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City
Birthplace: Overland Park, Kansas
Hobbies/Interests: "I enjoy hiking with my dog, Shadow, reading, mixology, and local breweries with my co-residents."

PGY3 Case Presentation: "Disseminated Peritoneal Leiomyomatosis after Hysterectomy with Mechanical Morcellation", August 2021
PGY4 Research Presentation: "Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use Disorders in Pregnancy: Impact on Perinatal Outcomes". August 2022

Other information/interesting tidbits:
"During my 4th year of medical school, I did a study abroad rotation in Thailand for 4 weeks. I played basketball in college. I have a dog named Shadow. Despite growing up in KC, I am a big Nebraska football fan. GBR! I plan to practice in General OB/GYN."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"I love our Program because of the people. I feel I have met a group of people that I genuinely want to hang out with outside of work and enjoy working with as well."

Resident Awards:

  • myTIPreport Participation Champion: August 2020
  • Resident of the Month: January 2022, June 2022
  • Winner, 2022 Outstanding Resident in Gynecologic Oncology from the Society of Gynecologic Oncology, June 2022
  • Resident Research Day presentation winner for her project on, "Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use Disorders in Pregnancy: Impact on Perinatal Outcomes" on August 26, 2022

Victoria Hayes, M.D.

Victoria Hayes, M.D.

Chief Academic Resident

Bio: Undergraduate Education:

George Washington University, Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs with Public Health Concentration and a Minor in Modern Dance, Washington, D.C.
Medical School: Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Birthplace: New York
Hobbies/Interests: "I love being active, especially outdoors. You can catch me doing yoga in Tower Grove Park, biking the Katy Trail, or dancing all day, everyday. If I wasn't a doctor, I would probably be a Zumba instructor traveling the world and teaching dance."

Other information/interesting tidbits:

  • "I've lived all over this country. I was born in NYC, grow up in NJ, moved to the Bay area, went to college in Washington DC, moved to SF, and then came to St. Louis for medical school and residency. My most recent travel excursions were to Hong Kong, where I ate a lot of dumplings, and Thailand, where I got to rock climb limestone formations. The strangest things I've eaten are mackerel heads (I don't really recommend it) and maggots (definitely not something I plan on eating again). "
  • "My interest is in global maternal health, which began during college when I studied international affairs and traveled to India for a summer with Dr. Interns. The interest continued after graduation when I worked for Not For Sale, an anti-human trafficking non-profit, and for FAMRI, a research institution studying flight attendants. During medical school, I traveled to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to learn about fistula repair at the Hamlin Fistula Hospital. My goal is to one day join Doctors Without Borders."

PGY3 case report: "Primary Breast Cancer of the Vulva", August 2021
PGY4 research presentation: "Perspectives Toward Contraceptive Counseling Among Women with Complex Medical Comorbidities: A Mixed-Methods Study", August 2022

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"My favorite part of SLU, and the reason I stayed for residency, is the culture of our Program. The people are truly incredible. It feels like family here. Plus, we're on the same page about Harry Potter. Yes, if you become a resident here, you will be part of the SLU-gwarfs and be sorted into one of four houses."

Resident Awards:

  • Resident of the Month: February 2020, September 2020, September 2021
  • myTIPreport Participation Champion: May 2020, November 2020, July 2022
  • Winner: "Outstanding Resident Teaching Award" as voted on by the 2020-21 intern class, June 2021
  • Winner, "Outstanding Resident of the Year for Exceptional Commitment to Care, Quality and Safety in OB/GYN Hospitalist Medicine" by the Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists, June 2022
  • Wionner, "2022 Award for Excellence in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery" by the American Urogynecologic Society, June 2022

Catherine Hilton, M.D.

Catherine Hilton, M.D.

Clinic Chief Resident

Undergraduate Education: University of Arkansas, Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology, Fayetteville
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock
Birthplace: Little Rock, Arkansas
Hobbies/Interests: "I enjoy cooking, trying new restaurants, woodworking, gardening, and archery. My ideal weekend is spending time with my husband, son and dog and eating great food!"

PGY3 case presentation: "Primary lung adenocarcinoma diagnosed by vulvar lesion", August 2021
PGY4 research presentation: "Term Labor and Terbutaline Use: Maternal and Fetal Outcomes", August 2022

Other information/interesting tidbits:

  • "The coolest thing I have done is co-pilot my husband in a small plane."
  • "I was born and raised in Arkansas. My husband and I got married in April 2015 and had our son in June 2021. We also have an awesome golden retriever. St. Louis is a great city for three of my favorite things: food, drink and music! I plan to practice general OB/GYN after residency. I look forward to having a comprehensive clinical and surgical practice, equipped with the amazing knowledge and skills we receive at SLU.

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"The people we work with. My co-residents are all amazing people and have become great friends. We have an incredible group of attending physicians who are so invested in us and supportive of our education."

Resident Awards:

  • Resident of the Month: August 2020

Kelly Larimore, M.D.

Kelly Larimore, M.D.

Chief Academic Resident

Undergraduate Education: University of Michigan, Bachelor of Science majoring in Biomolecular Science and minor in gender studies
Medical School: Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
Birthplace: Dayton, Ohio
Hobbies/Interests:
"Biking, water-related activities:, 'Zillow-ing', dreaming about my future farm; Playing Euchere"

PGY3 case presentation: "Labor associated subcutaneous emphysema and pneumomediastinum", August 2021
PGY4 research presentation: "Hysteroscopic Morcellation: Friend or Foe in the Setting of Endometrial Cancer", August 2022

Other information/interesting tidbits:

  • "I traveled to India for 1 month. Family started a sailboat Club."
  • "After graduation, I am interested in MIGs vs. Generalist, couples matching with my husband. He is a resident at BJC. I have a cat named Tina that was rescued from the Humane Society."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"Busy hospital with tons of learning opportunities. We have a great time together both at and outside of work. Supportive faculty. Wonderful and fun nurses!"

Resident Awards:

  • Resident of the month: February 2020, August 2021

Rachel Pasquesi, M.D.

Rachel Pasquesi, M.D.

Chief Administrative Resident

Undergraduate Education: Saint Louis University, Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience
Medical School: Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Birthplace: Cincinnati

Hobbies/Interests: "My husband and I love to be outdoors and go hiking and swimming. We have also been enjoying gardening at our house and cooking with the vegetables we have grown."

PGY3 Case Presentation: "A Gynecologic Problem Presenting with Bowel Obstruction", August 2021
PGY4 Research Presentation: "Pathology Findings with Endometrial Cancer Diagnosis via Myosure", August 2022

Other information/interesting tidbits:

  • "Interestingly, I was born at my parents' old house!"
  • "After graduation, I plan to become a generalist OBGYN and hope to work in an academic setting. My husband and I live in a house in Overland, Missouri, which we have been renovating for the past year."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"SLU OBGYN's residency has become a family and there is a great working environment between the residents and the faculty. I love the autonomy and the support you receive as a resident."

Resident Awards:

  • Winner: "Outstanding PGY3 Case Presentation Award" on "A Gynecologic Problem Presenting with Bowel Obstruction", August 2021
  • myTIPreport Participation Champion: September 2020
  • Resident of the month: January 2022, June 2022
  • Winner: "Residency Program Award for Excellence in Obstetrics" by the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine, June 2022
  • Winner: "Recognition of Excellence Award in Minimally Invasive Gynecology" by the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists

Brittany Tadesse, M.D.

Brittany Tadesse, M.D.

Medical Student Chief Resident

Undergraduate Education: University of Alabama, Bachelor of Science in Biology, Tuscaloosa
Medical School: University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis
Birthplace: Huntsville, Alabama
Hobbies/Interests: "Singing; playing guitar; playing with my cat, Mika; cooking with friends"

PGY3 case presentation: "A Case of Spontaneous uterine rupture in a postmenopausal woman", August 2021
PGY4 research presentation: "Placental Changes in Pregnancies Complicated by Fetal Congenital Heart Disease", August 2022

Other information/interesting tidbits:

  • "I come from a very diverse background. My dad moved to the U.S. from Ethiopia when he was 17. My mom's family is African American mixed with Belizean and European ancestry. I grew up in Huntsville, Alabama and have an older brother, Brandon, who I consider to be one of my best friends. I live with my partner and two cats, Mika and Nessie, in Tower Grove.
    I love hanging out with friends, trying new restaurants around town, going to farmer's markets, going to see live music, playing video games, singing and playing guitar. I spend a lot of my free time recording covers for my friends and family :)"
  • "I am interested in becoming a generalist. I apprecite all aspects of OB/GYN, including the continuity of care and various surgical procedures. I hope to practice in a diverse community where I can make an impact, especially in lower socioeconomic communities."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"My favorite part of being a resident at SLU is working with such amazing people each day."

Resident Awards:

  • Resident of the month: December 2020, February 2021
  • myTIPreport Participation Champion: September 2020

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Allison Gustafson, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse, Bachelor of Science in Biology and Biomedical Sciences
Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin, Green Bay
Birthplace: Tomahawk, Wisconsin
Hobbies/Interests: hiking, watching Green Bay Packer football, camping, cooking, volleyball, frisbee

PGY3 case presentation: "Guillain-Barre' Syndrome after COVID-19 in Pregnancy", August 2022

Other interesting tidbits/information:

  • "I once hiked 55 miles in 3 days in the pouring rain."
  • "Although I am drawn to several different subspecialties within OB/GYN, I am interested in becoming a generalist. Outside of my career interests, I love spending time with my husband watching football, exploring wineries, and being active outside."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"I love that this program features a close-knit group of residents that are incredibly supportive and kind. The impression that I got during my interview experience could not have been more accurate!"


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Timothy Hunter, M.D.

Undergraduate degree: University of Dayton, Bachelor of Science in pre-medicine, Ohio
Medical School: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Birthplace: St. Louis
Hobbies/interests: cooking cycling, space exploration

PGY3 case presentation: "Tricyclic Anti-Depressants' Role in Treating Refractory Hyperemesis Gravidarum", August 2022

Interesting tidbits/information:

  • "I have been white water rafting at one of the most dangerous rapids in the world."
  • "I am an officer in the U.S. Army Reserves. After residency, I would like to focus on Army medicine and the care of our servicewomen."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"My favorite part about being a resident at SLU is freedom to practice in a way that aligns with my beliefs without the fear of being judged. I also appreciate how willing my fellow residents are to help one another."

Resident Awards: 

  • Resident of the Month, March, 2022

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Morgann Madill, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: Mercyhurst University, Bachelor of Science in Biology and Neuroscience concentrations, Erie, Pennsylvania
Medical School: Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Birthplace: Denver
Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri

PGY3 case presentation: "A Case of Uterine Corpus Rhabdomyoscarcoma in Young Adult", August 2022

Interests/hobbies: "I love sports. I love the NFL specifically, a big Seattle Seahawks fan. I am reigning fantasy football champ of our residency fantasy league. I also like to play other sports like racquetball or basketball in my free time."

Research Projects:
"I am on a few projects currently including a study on pre-surgical optimization with PT, nutrition, and psychiatry with gynecologic oncology patients and its affect on post-operative recovery and pain. Also, a MECCA study on the effect of meditation/mindfulness on post-operative anxiety, pain, recovery in Gynecologic Oncology patients as well."

Interesting tidbits/information:

  • "I grew up playing competitive ice hockey, and still play for fun when I get the chance."
  • "I am interested in a Gynecologic Oncology fellowship after residency. I have a German shepherd-mix dog named Cam".

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"I love that the residency has such a community-feel among residents and faculty. Faculty allow residents to have autonomy in cases and in managing labor. The Program has a little bit of everything regardless of whether you are interested in being a generalist, academics, or fellowship."

Resident Awards:

  • myTIPreport Participation Champion: March 2021
  • Resident of the Month: November 2021
  • Co-Winner: "Outstanding Teaching Award" as voted on by the 2021-22 intern class, June 2022

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Malori Mattson,M.D.

Undergraduate Education: Creighton University, Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Music, Omaha, Nebraska
Medical School: Creighton University School of Medicine
Birthplace: Minot, North Dakota
Hobbies/Interests: thrift shopping, crafting, biking and eating

PGY3 case presentation: "Uterine Rupture of an Unscarred Uterus", August 2022

Interesting tidbits/information:

  • "I spent a month living in rural communities in the Dominican Republic as part of a team providing health care to the region. It was extremely formative, and I'm so grateful for the opportunity I had to learn from my wonderful mentors and patients while in the DR."
  • "When I complete my training, I want to be a generalist who focuses on women's mental health. I hope to remain in academic medicine with plans to mentor trainees in the future.
  • "I currently have a plethora of houseplants and one day hope to add a dog to the mix."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"There are so many things I love about SLU - how am I going to narrow it down?! The strong sense of community among residents and faculty drew me to this Program. I was blown away by the exceptional training offered here as well as the unique blend of community and academic medicine."

Resident Awards:

  • Winner: "Best Teaching Resident" as voted on by the SLU medical students, June 2022

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Megan Monohan,M.D.

Undergraduate Education: College of Charleston, Bachelor of Science in Biology with minor in Sociology, South Carolina
Medical School: University of Louisville School of Medicine, Kentucky
Birthplace: Louisville, Kentucky
Interests/hobbies: "Watching Packers football and Dallas Stars hockey. Camping, hiking, going to different breweries, traveling (when there's not a global pandemic), yoga, music festivals, Harry Potter, Avenger movies"

PGY3 case presentation: "A Rare Case of Uterine Fibroid Causing Bowel Obstruction", August 2022

Interesting Tidbits/Information:

  • "I design and make one-of-a-kind jewelry"
  • "I would like to practice as a generalist or laborist. I am passionate about working with underserved communities and global health. My boyfriend, Collin, and I couples matched. He is a SLU Emergency Medicine Intern. We bought a house and have an amazing dog named Zouk. We are loving STL!"

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"The people! Being a new intern is overwhelming and hectic, but every person from the residents and fellows, to the attendings and faculty have been kind and helpful. They have made the transition easy and made me feel comfortable in this new role. We also have a lot of fun together! Inside and outside of work, these are already some of my favorite people!"

Resident Awards:

  • myTIPreport Participation Champion: June 2021, July 2021
  • Resident of the Month: June, 2021, December 2021, April 2022, August 2022
  • Resident Research Symposium winner for her case presentation on "A Rare Case of Uterine Fibroid Causing Bowel Obstruction", August 26, 2022
  • Co-Winner: "Outstanding Teaching Award" as voted on by the 2021-22 intern class, June 2022

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Allison Watkins, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Missouri, Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Medical School: University of Missouri School of Medicine
Birthplace: St. Louis
Interests/hobbies: "Reading, cooking, exploring the restaurant scene in St. Louis, hiking in Castlewood State Park, running and going to Orange Theory, and hanging out with my friends and co-residents."

PGY3 case presentation: "Massive postpartum hemorrhage resulting in Cesarean hysterectomy secondary to exaggerated placental site reaction", August 2022
Interesting Tidbits/Information:

  • "I ran the Chicago Marathon!"
  • "I was born and raised in St. Louis and left to do my undergraduate and medical school at the University of Missouri. I am thrilled to return to my hometown to pursue my training in OB/GYN! As an intern, I am excited to further explore the field and develop my career interests. I am primarily interested in becoming a generalist, but am also open to pursuing a fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"My favorite part of being a resident at SLU is the supportive environment to develop myself as a clinician and surgeon. My co-residents are smart, driven, supportive, and hilarious. I genuinely look forward to coming to work everyday because I love this job and the people who I am surrounded by. Additionally, I feel that this Program has the resources in place for its residents to pursue fellowships and/or be well prepared to enter the workforce as a competent generalist with its robust surgical and clinical training."

Resident Awards:

  • Resident of the Month: March 2021

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Taylor Ditoro, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Nebraska
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Medical School: University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska
Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska

Hobbies/Interests:

  • "Outside of medicine, I enjoy being outdoors. I take a hiking and camping trip each year in a new location. Last year, we hiked part of the Appalachian trail in the Smoky Mountains."
  • "Since moving to St. Louis, I have taken joy in exploring the different restaurants and breweries the city has to offer. My partner and I have two dogs (Charlie and Ellie) that we love to run in the many parks around the city."
  • "During residency, I have continued my book club with many of my friends dispersed throughout the country."

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
During medical school I learned many new skills and throughout the 4 years, I renovated my entire house.

Career interests:
I decided to pursue a career in OBGYN for the patient population, continuity of care, and variety the field has to offer. I love teaching and working in an academic setting. I plan on either becoming a generalist or possibly pursuing MFM fellowship.

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
My co residents are my favorite part of being a SLU resident. You are given autonomy to grow and learn, but there are always a number of people to help when you need it.

Resident Awards:

  • Resident of the Month, July 2022

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Lauren Lester, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: Missouri State University
Bachelor of Science in Cell Molecular Biology with minors in Chemistry and Spanish
Medical School: University of Missouri School of Medicine
Hometown: Kearney, Missouri

Hobbies/Interests:
Running, cycling, DIY House projects, movies, Netflix, games, puzzles

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
My mom, sister, and I graduated from universities with three different types of degrees (bachelors, masters, doctorates) within one week of each other. I ran a half marathon my M4 year of medical school. I once got stuck in Costa Rica for an extra week because a volcano erupted, and all flights were canceled.

Career Interests:
I am interested in pursuing an MFM fellowship and eventually practicing in academia.

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
My favorite part about our program is that just when things start to feel overwhelming, there are so many people ready to help you and support you along the way.


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Jacob Rosner, M.D.

Vanderbilt University
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science; Bachelor of Arts in Medicine, Health and Society
Medical School: University of South Alabama College of Medicine, Mobile
Hometown: Chicago

Hobbies/Interests:
Spending time with my family, exercising (running/Peloton), grilling, the Board game Risk, and anything sports related most notably, Chicago Bears football.

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
I was an All-American rugby player who was selected to play for the U18 and U20 USA Eagles team. I trained at the Olympic training centers in San Diego and Birmingham and was also able to play in England, Ireland, Wales and New Zealand. My wife, Hilary, and I have been married for six years and we have a rockstar 14-month-old son, Henry. We also have a 3.5-year-old mini Berne doodle, Sophie.

Research Interests:
I am interested in pursuing research that is geared toward more gynecological dysfunctions such as pelvic organ prolapse and urinary dysfunction. I plan on exploring further intricacies of the surgical techniques and outcomes for a wide range of gynecological conditions.

Career Interests:
I am planning on pursuing fellowship in Urogynecology and focus on correcting organ prolapse and urinary dysfunction.

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
My favorite part of the SLU Program is easily the people, camaraderie, and teamwork. The teamwork that is displayed amongst all individuals’ teams is truly impressive. The diversity of conditions and patients we see here at SLU presents a fantastic learning opportunity


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Allison Schneider, M.D.

University of Arkansas
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock
Hometown: Maumelle, Arkansas

Hobbies/Interests:
In my free time, I enjoy cooking the latest TikTok recipes, cheering on the Arkansas Razorbacks (Go Hogs!) and finding new happy hour spots.

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
I have studied abroad in Copenhagan, Denmark!

Career interests:
My fiancé, Christian, and I moved here from Little Rock, Arkansas and we have loved visiting the different areas around St. Louis! We have enjoyed going to multiple farmer’s markets, Cardinals’ games, and local restaurants. After residency, I plan on being a generalist.

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
I have loved becoming a member of the SLU OBGYN family. From my co-residents, faculty members, to our nurses, everyone has welcomed me so warmly and made this transition the best and easiest it could be. I can already tell that the education I will receive here will make me well equipped to handle any situation I’ll encounter in the future.


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Madeline Suppiger, M.D.

Washington University in St. Louis
Bachelor of Science in Global Health and Environment
Medical School: University of Washington School of Medicine
Hometown: Sandpoint, Idaho

Hobbies/Interests:
Hiking, skiing, dogs, trying new restaurants, live musicOther information/Interesting Tidbits:
I grew up in North Idaho so naturally, I enjoy spending time outside whether that be hiking, skiing, running, boating, or relaxing in my hammock. I love traveling – learning about various cultures and exploring new environments. My goal is to visit all 7 continents, so far I have been to 5. During my travels, I have been sky diving, bungee jumping, shark cage diving, and rafted in Zambesi River.

Career interests:
I grew up in a rural community where I was first exposed to how one’s environment and social situation can negatively impact their health. Because of this I am passionate about serving underserved populations. What I love the most about OBGYN is that you get to build long term relationships with patients while practicing primary care and preventative medicine as well as being a surgeon. I am particularly passionate about sexual assault, women’s mental health, substance use in pregnancy, and women’s global health. I most likely foresee myself being a generalist but am keeping my mind open to sub-specializing.

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
My favorite part about residency is the residents! It makes work so much better when you are working alongside your friends who are as equally passionate about women’s health


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Jacob Wallace, M.D.

University of Pittsburgh
Medical School: Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Scranton, Pennsylvania
Hometown: Saginaw, Michigan

Hobbies/Interests:
I like to cook, exercise, and go antiquing

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
My wife is a Pediatric Neurology Resident and we took our honeymoon to Iceland in the Winter.

Career interests:
I am undecided at the moment on whether I want to be a generalist or pursue a fellowship. I am married, and my wife is an intern Pediatric Neurology resident at Washington University of St. Louis. We have two cats, Cricket and Dragonfly, and are looking for a third.

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
I love the community and culture of the program at SLU.


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Anna Blackshare, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Arkansas
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas
Hometown: Rector, Arkansas

Hobbies/Interests:
In my free time, I enjoy exploring the restaurant and bar scene, scoping out local record stores, and spending time with my boyfriend and dog.

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
"I collect vinyl record albums and I was at Game 7 of the 2011 World Series game when the St. Louis Cardinals won!"

Career interests:
"I am deciding between practicing as a generalist vs. pursuing a fellowship." 

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"My favorite part about our program is the people I get to work with. Since starting my intern year, I have felt supported and encouraged each step of the way! Additionally, the program has such a welcoming learning environment, and I am confident that I will receive exceptional training that will prepare me for my future practice."


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Anna Hwang, M.D.

Education: Combined 6-year B.A./M.D. program from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Hometown: Springfield, Missouri

Hobbies/Interests: 
"I love practicing yoga, jamming out at live music concerts, collecting vinyl records, keeping my house plants alive, exploring coffee shops for the best mocha, weekend farmer’s markets, and crocheting."

Other information/Interesting Tidbits: 
"In my 23 years of life, I have been to 23 countries/states!" 

Bio and Career Interests: 
"I was born in Davis, California but grew up in the Midwest after my family moved to Springfield, Missouri.  After high school, I attended a 6 year combined BA/MD program in Kansas City, Missouri.  I am passionate about the breadth this field incorporates with a mixture of surgery, medicine and primary care all while uniquely intersecting with public health education, culture and policy.   I am excited to explore the different avenues of this field and plan on becoming a Generalist after graduation!"

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"Ever since Match Day, the SLU OBGYN community has been extremely welcoming.  The people and camaraderie are easily the best part about coming to work every day!"


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Ayooluwa Kerrigan, D.O. 

Undergraduate Education: University of Missouri
Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Biology
Medical School: AT Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville, Missouri
Hometown: Aurora, Illinois

Hobbies/Interests: 
"Reading, cooking, going to Bar-K (dog bar, nothing better than being surrounded by a bunch of cute pups!!)"

Other information/Interesting Tidbits: 
"I was born in Nigeria"

Career Interests: 
"I moved to St. Louis with my husband and two dogs.  He works remotely but loves living in St. Louis.  Its really up in the air for me if I want to do a fellowship.  I love both OB and GYN so I don’t know if I could give them up, but I’m very interested in some of the subspecialties."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"Everyone is so incredibly supportive and willing to help each other out. I think I could be having a very different intern experience if I was at a different Program so I am very happy I’m here!"


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Jessica Lawton, M.D. 

Undergraduate Education: University of South Carolina
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minor in Chemistry
Medical School: University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Hometown: Greenville, South Carolina

Hobbies/Interests:
"I love cooking, outdoors activities and trying new restaurants."

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
"I went on a 3-week trip to Europe with 10 of my closest medical school friends before residency.  Highly recommend!"

Bio and Career Interests:
"My boyfriend is a general surgery resident at the University of Louisville.  If I decide to pursue fellowship, I would be interested in minimally invasive surgery or urogynecology."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"My favorite part of the Program is the people!  The residents are all so kind and supportive and we have so much fun at work!"


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Karly Meyer, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: Marquette University
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences
Graduate Education: University of Nebraska Medical Center
Master’s in Science in Medical Anatomy
Medical School: University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha
Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska

Hobbies/Interests:
"My boyfriend and I are new to St. Louis and are enjoying exploring the City.  Outside of residency, I like to do yoga, cycle, ski, hike and knit."

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
"I studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland for 6 months during college.  While there, I took a class called “Healers and Healing”.  It was a class all about Irish Folklore medicine."

Bio and Career Interests:
"I am interested in being  a generalist when I finish residency.  I moved to St. louis with my partner, Max, who just graduated from law school.  We don’t currently have any animals, but will be in the market for a dog soon!"

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"The people I work with!"


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Olivia Wilson, M.D. 

Undergraduate Education: Saint Louis University
Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Medical School: Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Hometown: St. Louis

Hobbies/Interests:
"Outside of work, I love spending time with my husband and our dog.  I enjoy fitness, cooking, and exploring new wines.  I try to sneak in a couple podcasts a week and a fun book here and there when I am not on a busy rotation."

Other information/Interesting Tidbits:
"Fun fact:  I was born at St. Mary’s Hospital (where we primarily do our rotations!)"

Bio and Career Interests:
"Career: Still deciding!  Spouse: My husband, Dean, and I have been married since 2019.  We met in college through mutual friends.  Dean’s definitely the source of my most interesting hobbies/random knowledge.  He works in business and is 100% cooler than me.  Pets:  Cookie, our dog, who we recently found out is a chihuahua, toy fox terrier, American hairless terrier (plus an assortment of other breeds) mix."

What is your favorite part of being a resident at SLU?
"You’ll hear it a million times, but the best part of being a resident at SLU is the people.  Medical training is hard, but I’ve never trusted anyone more than the group of people who have had my back from day one."

Resident Awards: 

  • myTIPreport Participation Champion: September 2022

Alumni

Our six Graduates from the Class of 2022 moved on to the following places after their training with us:

  • Fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine in Lexington
  • Academic OBGYN Specialists at the University of Kansas Health Systems, Kansas City
  • Hospitalist at Peacehealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver, Washington
  • OBGYN Generalist at Hahn OBGYN Associates and Laborist at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis
  • OBGYN Generalist at Ste. Genevieve County Memorial Hospital in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri
  • OBGYN Genearlist at Voltz OBGYN LLC in Lafayette, Louisiana

Our six graduates from the Class of 2021 moved on to the following places after their training:

  • Fellowship in urogynecology at Case Western University in Cleveland
  • Private Practice in Breese, Illinois
  • OBGYN Generalist at St. Luke's Hospital in Chesterfield, Missouri
  • OBGYN Generalist at Family Health Care Centers, St. Louis
  • Academic OBGYN Specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston
  • OBGYN Generalist at Alton Multi-Specialists in Alton, Illinois

Our six graduates from the Class of 2020 moved on to the following places after their training:

  • Fellowship in urogynecology at Massachusetts General in Boston
  • Fellowship in maternal fetal medicine at Washington University in St. Louis
  • Fellowship in urogynecology at Saint Louis University
  • Fellowship in infectious disease at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta
  • OBGYN Private practice in Shiloh, Illinois
  • OBGYN Generalist at Kaiser Permanente in Stockton, California

Our six graduates from the Class of 2019 moved on to the following places after their training:

  • Fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine at University of Texas in Houston
  • Fellowship in Maternal fetal medicine at the University of Wisconsin
  • Fellowship in Maternal fetal medicine at Saint Louis University
  • OBGYN Private practice in Shiloh, Illinois
  • OBGYN Private practice in St. Louis
  • OBGYN Generalist at People’s Health Centers, St. Louis

Our six graduates from the Class of 2018 moved on to the following places after their training:

  • Fellowship in maternal fetal medicine at the University of Missouri in Kansas City
  • Fellowship in urogynecology at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
  • OBGYN Private practice in Louisville, Kentucky
  • OBGYN Private practice in Nashville, Tennessee
  • OBGYN Private practice in Quincy, Illinois
  • OBGYN Generalist at SSM St. Charles Hospital, St. Charles, Missouri

Our six graduates from the Class of 2017 moved on to the following places after their training:

  • Fellowship in maternal fetal medicine at Saint Louis University
  • OBGYN Private practice in Conway, Arkansas
  • OBGYN Private Practice in Louisville, Kentucky
  • OBGYN Generalist at SSM St. Joseph Hospital in St. Charles, Missouri
  • OBGYN Generalist at SSM Medical Group in O’Fallon, Missouri
  • OBGYN Generalist at SSM St. Joseph’s Hospital West in Lake St. Louis, Missouri