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ObGyn&RS

Fellowship Training Programs

Elissa Test, MD, MPH
Elissa Serapio, MD, MPH
Family Planning Fellow
Elissa.Serapio@ucsf.edu
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Contact Information
Mailing Address: 1001 Potrero Ave, Ward 6D
San Francisco, CA 94110
Academic Phone: (415) 206-2945
Academic Fax: (415) 206-3112
Research/Clinical Interests

Family Planning, abortion access, women's health advocacy, health systems strengthening, quality improvement, medical education

Education/Training

Year

Institution Degree Field of Study
2007 Stanford University BA English Literature and Human Biology
2013 George Washington University, Washington, DC MD Medicine
2013 George Washington University, Washington, DC MPH Global Health
2013-17 University of California, San Francisco Resident Ob/Gyn & R.S.
2017-19 University of California, San Francisco Fellow Family Planning
Research & Professional Experience
Year  
2012-2013 Masters of Public Health Thesis: A Retrospective Study of Primary Postpartum Hemorrhage Prevention and Treatment Efforts in Accra, Ghana
2010-2011 Syndromic Surveillance Implementation Project Research Assistant, Washington DC
2009 Quality Improvement Project Research Assistant, Unity Health Care Community Centers, Washington DC
2007-2008 Shelter Network Communications Assistant, San Mateo County, CA
Achievements & Recognition
Year Major Honors
2014 San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) Julius R. Krevan’s Award for Clinical Excellence
2013 Kane King Dodek Honor Society, George Washington University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
2011 Ruth G. White Scholarship in Medicine
2007 James W. Lyons Service Award, Stanford University
Publications 

McLean T, Lewkowitz AK, Test E, Zlatnik MG. "Does an Electronic Health Record Improve Completeness of Prenatal Studies?" Applied Clinical Informatics. Epub ahead of print

Macri, C., Gimovsky, A., Test, E., Ayas, H., & Gebreamlak, O. (2013) Development and implementation of a sustainable obstetrics and gynecology residency program in Eritrea: a model for other programs. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, Submitted.

May, L., Katz, R., Test, E., & Baker, J. (2011) Applications of syndromic surveillance in resource poor settings. World Medical and Health Policy, 3(4), Article 7.

Katz, R., May, L., Baker, J., & Test, E. (2011) Redefining syndromic surveillance. Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health, 1(1), 21-31.