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|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|
|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|
|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|
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.