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About Me

Why OB/GYN?

I became interested in OB/GYN during college as an intern at a Planned Parenthood clinic. I was immediately drawn not just to the medical aspect of the care, but also to the complex communication skills required to navigate the nuanced, personal nature of reproductive health. There is so much I’m looking forward to as an OB/GYN: meaningful patient care, advocacy, teaching, operating, life-long learning, and so much more.

Why UCSF?

As a medical student at UCSF, it was very clear to me that the UCSF OB/GYN department not only nourishes trainees’ passion for improving care and access to underserved populations, but also encourages us to explore why disparities exist in the first place, and work to right the many historical wrongs that have led to them. I knew UCSF would provide me with the breadth of rigorous clinical training that will allow me to care for patients across the lifespan, challenge me to become a stronger educator, and that it would create a community of trainees that is excited to provide high-quality obstetric and gynecologic care to all. I’m very grateful to be joining this community.

What I do outside of residency?

I’ve lived in the Bay Area for over ten years and I’m still constantly discovering new hiking trails. I also like exploring the food scene, enjoying SF’s parks with my friends, and spending time with my partner and our cat. Raised in Southern California, I always love going to the beach to swim or surf (which I’m pretty bad at).

Amy Ransohoff, MD
Resident Physician - PGY 1

[email protected]

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Main Address

UCSF OB/GYN&RS Residency Program
490 Illinois Street
10th Floor, Box 0132
San Francisco, CA 94143

Location Office Phone Fax
Mission Bay (415) 476 - 5192 (415) 476 - 1811
Mount Zion (415) 353 - 9240 (415) 353 - 9509
San Francisco General Hospital (628) 206 - 3061 (628) 206 - 3112

Research/Clinical Interests: trauma-informed care, healthcare policy and increasing access and quality of care to underserved populations, medical and surgical education, preventive care

Education/Training

Year

Institution Degree Field of Study
current University of California, San Francisco Residency Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
2021 University of California, San Francisco MD Medicine
2015 Stanford University; Stanford, CA BA Human Biology

Research & Professional Experience

Year  
2018-2021 Teacher and Coordinator- School of Medicine Peer Teaching Program; UCSF
2020 Researcher- Department of OBGYN, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility; UCSF
2018 Researcher- Summer Education Science and Curriculum Development Fellowship; UCSF
2017 Developer- Digital Health Education for Stanford Digital MEdIC Project; Stanford University
2016-2017 Intern- Obama Administration White House Internship Program; Washington, DC
2015-2016 Teacher and Course Associate- Undergraduate Program in Human Biology; Stanford University
2014-2016 Researcher- Stanford Cancer Center; Stanford University
2012-2013 Intern- Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo Counties

Achievements & Recognition

Year Major Honors
2016 Centennial Teaching Award; Awarded by Stanford University Department of Human Biology
2015 University Distinction; Awarded by Stanford University

Poster Presentations

Ransohoff A, Lager J. The Use of Assessments as a Form of Evaluation in OBGYN Sub-Internships. Poster presentation at UCSF Virtual Inquiry Symposium; May 5, 2021; Virtual.

Ransohoff A, Muller-Juge V, Wlodarczyk S, Boscardin C, Tong M, Hauer K. Using the Learning Sciences to Optimize Medical School Assessment: How do Weekly Quizzes and Constructed Response Examinations Affect Students’ Approach to Learning? Poster presentation at UCSF Summer Explore Symposium; December 10, 2018; San Francisco, CA.

Oral Presentations

Huang D, Ransohoff A, Boscardin J, Greenwood E, Cedars M, Huddleston H. Decision regret after autologous IVF in women age 42 and over. Oral presentation at American Society for Reproductive Medicine Scientific Congress and Expo; October 18, 2020; Virtual.

Ransohoff A, Hauer K, Boscardin C, Wlodarczyk S. Rethinking how to introduce the learning sciences: a near-peer approach. Oral presentation at AAMC Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Annual Meeting; March 28-31, 2019; Reno, NV.

Ransohoff A, Ng F. The role of the quality improvement project in medical school curriculum: Evaluating a comprehensive approach to interpersonal violence in a safety net primary care setting. Workshop at AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education, Health Systems Science Through the Medical Education Continuum; August 3-4, 2018; Hershey, PA.

Publications

Huang D, Jaswa E, Ransohoff A, Boscardin WJ, Pasch L, Cedars M, Huddleston H. Decision regret after failed autologous in vitro fertilization in women ≥42 years of age. Fertil Steril. 2022 Mar 30;S0015-0282(22)00129-7. doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2022.02.014. Online ahead of print. PMID: 35367062

Wlodarczyk S, Muller-Juge V, Hauer KE, Tong, MS, Ransohoff A, Boscardin, C. (2021) Assessment to Optimize Learning Strategies: A Qualitative Study of Student and Faculty Perceptions. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 1-21. In press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10401334.2020.1852940. PMID: 33439035

Ransohoff A., Boscardin C, Hauer KE, Wlodarczyk S. (2020). Rethinking How to Introduce the Learning Sciences: a Near-Peer Approach. Medical Science Educator, 1-3. In press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40670-020-01142-5

Ransohoff A, Wood D, Henry A, Divi V, Colevas A. (2016). Third party assessment of resection margin status in head and neck cancer. Oral Oncology, 57, 27-31. In press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oraloncology.2016.03.009. PMID: 27208841.

Advocacy

UCSF White Coats for Black Lives, 2017-2020

UCSF Pride in Medicine, 2018-2021

UCSF Shelter Clinic, 2017-2019

Structural Competency Training by Structural Competency Working Group, Oakland CA, 2018