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UCSF OB/GYN&RS Residency Program
550 16th Street, 7th Floor
OBGYN, Mailstop 0132
San Francisco, CA 94143-0132
|Mission Bay||(415) 476 - 5192||(415) 476 - 1811|
|Mount Zion||(415) 353 - 9240||(415) 353 - 9509|
|San Francisco General Hospital||(415) 206 - 3061||(415) 206 - 3112|
Research/Clinical Interests: Global health, health disparities, health literacy, public health policy
|Institution||Degree||Field of Study|
|current||University of California, San Francisco||Residency||Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences|
|2016||University of South Florida||MD/MPH||Medicine, Public Health|
|2010||University of Florida||BS||Family, Youth & Community Sciences|
Research & Professional Experience
|2015-2016||Student Researcher, USF Dept of Ob/Gyn: Studied the synergistic effect of IFNγ+TNFα on fractalkine expression in first trimester decidual cells|
|2015-2016||Student Researcher, USF Dept of Ob/Gyn: Investigated impact of obesity on cell free DNA testing via a case control study|
|2014-2016||BRIDGE Clinic Mentor, USF Morsani College of Medicine: Worked with interdisciplinary team to provide care to underserved populations while teaching junior medical students|
|2013-2016||Co-Founder, USF Health Nicaragua: Developed a health initiative which includes a primary care clinic and health education programming in Cedro Galán, Nicaragua|
|2012-2015||Medical Student Tutor, USF Morsani College of Medicine|
|2013-2014||Health Programs Director, Manna Project International|
|2013||Student Researcher, USF College of Public Health: Conducted and analyzed key informants interviews and focus groups in Cedro Galán, Nicaragua|
|2012||Student Researcher, USF College of Public Health: Conducted and analyzed community health needs assessment in Cedro Galán, Nicaragua|
|2007-2011||Assistant Childcare Director, North Central Florida YMCA|
Achievements & Recognition
|2016||Tampa General Hospital Staff Basic Science Award|
|2016||AMWA Glasgow-Rubin Certificate of Commendation for Academic Achievement|
|2016||Leonardo Tow Humanism in Medicine Award|
|2016||ACOG Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Service of Ob/Gyn|
|2016||Arnold P. Gold Humanism Society, University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine|
|2015||Alpha Omega Alpha, University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine|
|2014||Arnold P. Gold Foundation Presidential Grant|
Teal, EN, O’Brien, H, Strauss, A, Couchot, P, Mateja, C, Perez-Colon, E, Knox, B, Storch, E. USF Health Nicaragua: A Model of NGO-University Partnership for Community-Based Global Health - Presented at University of South Florida Health Research Day (2016), Tampa, FL.
Teal, EN, Stewart, C, Strauss, A, Salinas, A, Storch, E, Nelson, R, Lewin, A. forwardHEALTH: A model of university-NGO partnership to improve global health. - Presented at the Annual AAFP Family Medicine Global Health Workshop (2014), San Diego, CA.
Teal, EN, Stewart, C, Salinas, A, Gorsline, C, Lu, S, Martin, T, Monaco, E, Shamas, E, Strauss, A, Storch, E, Nelson, R. From need to intervention: A community-guided holistic clinic founded on population health strategies. - Poster placed first at the University of Central Florida Global Health Conference (2014), Orlando, FL.
Teal, EN, Stewart, C, Salinas, A, Gorsline, C, Lu, S, Martin, T, Monaco, E, Shamas, E, Strauss, A, Storch, E, Nelson, R. From need to intervention: A community-based holistic health initiative. - Presented at the Annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health (2014), Washington, DC.
Teal, EN, Stewart, C, Salinas, A, Gorsline, C, Lu, S, Martin, T, Monaco, E, Shamas, E, Strauss, A, Storch, E, Nelson, R. From need to intervention: A community-based holistic health initiative. - Placed first at the University of South Florida Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships Research that Matters Conference (2013), Tampa, FL.
Kayisli, UA, Semerci, N, Basar, M, Guzeloglu-Kayisli, O, Teal, EN, Schatz, F, and Lockwood, CJ. N-half osteopontin mediates pLARC-induced abnormal uterine bleeding via neutrophil chemotaxis and activation. - Abstract presented at the Society for Reproductive Investigation’s 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting (2016), Montreal, Canada.
Teal, EN, Stewart, C, Strauss, A, Salinas, A, Storch, E, Nelson, R, Lewin, A. forwardHEALTH: A university-NGO partnership for community-based global health. - Presentation given at the Fifth Annual Scholarly Concentration Program Symposium (2014), Tampa, FL.