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Fátima Reyes, MD
Fátima Reyes, MD
Graduated - Class of 2020
UCSF stARR Fellowship – Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

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Research/Clinical Interests: Reproductive and sexual justice, family planning, gynecologic cancer prevention and screening, health disparities, language appropriate care, immigrant and refugee health, intimate partner violence, culturally responsive healthcare and increasing access and quality of care to underserved populations.




Institution Degree Field of Study
2021 University of California, San Francisco Residency Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
2017 Keck School of Medicine of USC MD Medicine
2011 University of Pennsylvania   Post-baccalaureate Premedical Program
2006 University of California, Los Angeles BA History

Research & Professional Experience

2014-2015 Researcher at Norris Cancer Hospital of USC, Department of Preventative Medicine. A Mindfulness-Based Educational Intervention for Colorectal Cancer Patients
2013 Researcher at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. CHOP Latino Teen Health Needs Assessment focused in immigrant Latinos in Philadelphia
2013 Researcher at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. CHOP Policy Lab, work focused on refugee health, child abuse prevention and pediatric end of life medical decisions
2011-2013 Medical Interpreter, Phoenix Language Services at CHOP, HUP and Temple Hospital
2011 Researcher at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Emergency Department. The Social Health Intervention Project (SHIP): Protocol for a randomized controlled clinical trial assessing the effectiveness of a brief motivational intervention for problem drinking and intimate partner violence in an urban emergency department
2007-2009 RAND Health, Department of Communication
2007-2009 Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Emergency Department Coordinator


Achievements & Recognition

Year Major Honors
2017 Richard Juarez, MD Memorial Award for Commitment to the Latino Community
2017 Latino Medical Student Association Outstanding Senior Award
2016 Dr. Rodolfo Montes Memorial Award
2016 David C Lizárraga Fellowship
2015 AMA Foundation, Minority Scholars Award
2015 Oliver Goldsmith, MD Award for Culturally Responsive Care
2015 Aetna Foundation and National Medical Fellowships, Healthcare Leadership Program

Oral Presentations

Reyes M, Nguyen N, Black D, Figueiredo J. A Mindfulness-Based Educational Intervention for Colorectal Cancer Patients and Caregivers. Latino Medical Student Association National Conference. Cleveland, OH. 2015.

Poster Presentations

Klein D, Reyes M, Swanson M, Ueda S, McNally L, Chen LM . The Timed Get Up and Go Test Predicts Post - Operative Disposition Better Than the American Society of Anesthesiologist Score - Western Association of Gynecologic Oncologists (WAGO) 2019 Annual Meeting


Black DS, Li MJ, Ihenacho U, Nguyen NT, de Fatima Reyes M, Milam, Pentz MA, Figueiredo JC. Shared health characteristics in Hispanic colorectal cancer patients and their primary social support person following primary diagnosis. Psychooncology. 2016 Sep;25(9):1028-35. doi: 10.1002/pon.3938. Epub 2015 Aug 20. PMID: 26291178