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UCSF

ObGyn&RS

Residency Program

About Me

Like many people, I fell in love with Ob/Gyn during my third year rotation in medical school. The blend of medicine and surgery combined with the team-centered environment, intimacy with patients, and continuity of care lured me in. Considering how I could use a career in this field as platform to advocate for women sealed the deal. Now I cannot imagine doing anything else.

I chose UCSF Ob/Gyn Residency for its laser focus on social justice, mission of developing leaders in women's health, and the opportunity to train with some of the most passionate people I've ever met. I feel fortunate to say it has been even better than expected.

When I’m not working, I love to surf, snowboard, travel, eat, and spend time with my friends and family.

Nicole Teal, MD, MPH
Resident Physician - PGY 4

[email protected]

If you are a patient, please do not contact a physician by email without his/her prior expressed consent due to confidentiality concerns.

Main Address

UCSF OB/GYN&RS Residency Program
550 16th Street, 7th Floor
OBGYN, Mailstop 0132
San Francisco, CA 94143-0132

Location Office Phone Fax
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 equity, public health policy, quality improvement

Education/Training

Year

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

Year

 
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

Year Major Honors
2018 Quilligan's Scholar - Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine
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

Oral Presentations

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.

Poster Presentations

Kim J, Blauvelt C, Siegel M, Teal N. Targeted Interventions to Increase Postpartum Anticoagulation Uptake , 2019 SOGH Annual Clinical Meeting , Poster

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz AK, Tran C, Koser S, Gaw SL.. Racial disparities in labor induction outcomes. ACOG 67th Annual Meeting (2019).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz AK, Tran C, Koser S, Gaw SL.. Prelabor rupture of membranes at term: When should we recommend induction?. ACOG 67th Annual Meeting (2019).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz AK, Tran C, Koser S, Gaw SL.. Relationship between maternal BMI and labor induction outcomes. ACOG 67th Annual Meeting (2019).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz AK, Tran C, Koser S, Gaw SL. Relationship between maternal age and induction of labor outcomes. ACOG 67th Annual Meeting (2019).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz AK, Tran C, Koser S, Gaw SL. Relationship between maternal age and induction of labor outcomes. SRI 66th Annual Scientific Meeting in Paris, France (2019).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz A, Tran C, Koser S, Siegel, M, Gaw S. Maternal morbidity associated with duration of labor induction. ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting (2018).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz A, Koser S, Tran C, Siegel, M, Gaw S. Does indication for induction of labor impact the duration of induction?. ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting (2018).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz A, Koser S, Tran C, Siegel, M, Gaw S. Is duration of labor induction associated with increased risk of cesarean delivery for labor dystocia? SMFM 38th Annual
Pregnancy Meeting in Dallas, Texas (2018).

Teal, EN, Lewkowitz A, Koser S, Tran C, Siegel, M, Gaw S. Neonatal morbidity associated with duration of labor induction. ACOG 66th Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas (2018).

Lewkowitz A, Teal, EN, Koser S, Tran C, Siegel, M, Gaw S. Is duration of labor induction associated with increased risk of cesarean delivery for labor dystocia. Society for Maternal. Fetal Medicine (2017).

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.

Abstracts

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.