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UCSF

ObGyn&RS

Residency Program

About Me

I was born and raised in Queens, New York and moved to Riverside, California in high school. What a change that was! One similarity between Queens and Riverside that I noticed quickly was the medically underserved communities. From a young age in Queens, I knew I wanted to work in an underserved area in the future.

During college and medical school, my interest primarily focused on women’s health. This stemmed from growing up in a family that immigrated from war torn Afghanistan. Listening to my mother’s stories about maternal health and morbidity in Afghanistan I became more passionate about women’s health. I am very thankful and excited to have the opportunity to complete my OB/GYN training with UCSF.

Trina Mansour, MD
Trina Mansour, MD
Resident Physician - PGY 3

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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

Education/Training

Year

Institution Degree Field of Study
current University of California, San Francisco Residency Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
2017 University of California Riverside MD Medicine
2012 University of California Riverside BS Biology

Research & Professional Experience

Year  
2018- 2019 Resident Coordinator, Undergraduate Medical Education QI Projects, UC Riverside
2018 Cervical Cancer Screening and Training, Haiti
2014-2017 Anatomy Tutor, UC Riverside, School of Medicine
2012-2015 Clinical Research Coordinator, Perinatal Institute, Loma Linda University Medical Center
2009-2012 Research assistant, Department of Biomedical Sciences, UC Riverside

Achievements & Recognition

Year Major Honors
Spring 2019 Gold Humanism Honor Society, UC Riverside
Fall 2018 Dean’s Applause Award, UC Riverside
Spring 2018 Dean’s Innovation Award, UC Riverside
March 2017 Brian Leggett Endowed Scholarship Award, UC Riverside
2016-2017 Albert Schweitzer Research Fellowship, Los Angeles, CA
January 2016 Tejal Reddy Endowed Graduate Award
November 2015 UCR Medical Student Research and Career Opportunity Scholarship
July 2014 Good Samaritan Award, Loma Linda University Medical Center
May 2014 Ernest Noltmann Award, UC Riverside

Presentations

An Interprofessional Approach to Training in Cervical Cancer Screening in a Low Resource Setting of Rural Haiti.Poster. ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting. Nashville, TN. May 2019

Intern 101: Learning the basics of Labor and Delivery through simulation. Video Presentation. ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting. Nashville, TN. May 2019

Publications 

Mansour T, Limaiem F. Cancer, Cervical Screening StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2019-.2019 Jan 4. PMID: 30726033

Goyal R, Billings TL, Mansour T, Martin C, Baylink DJ, Longo LD, Pearce WJ, Mata-Greenwood E. Vitamin D status and metabolism in an ovine pregnancy model: effect of long-term, high-altitude hypoxia. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2016 Jun 1;310(11):E1062-71. doi: 0.1152/ajpendo.00494.2015. Epub 2016 May 3. PMID: 27143557

Girsen A, Wallenstein M, Davis A, Hintz S, Desai AK, Mansour T, Merritt AT, Druzin M, Oshiro B, Blumenfeld Y. Effect of antepartum meconium staining on perinatal and neonatal outcomes among pregnancies with gastroschisis. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2016;29(15):2500-4. doi: 10.3109/14767058.2015.1090971. Epub 2015 Oct 7. PMID 26445130.

Girsen A, Do S, Davis A, Hintz S, Desai AK, Mansour T, Merritt AT, Oshiro B, El-Sayed Y, Blumenfeld Y. Peripartum and neonatal outcomes of small-for-gestational age infants with gastroschisis. Prenat Diagn. 2015 May;35(5):477-82. doi: 10.1002/pd.4562. PMID 25613462.

Tan D, Chen K, Deng C, Tang P, Huang J, Mansour T, Luben R, Walker A. An N-terminal splice variant of human Stat5a that interacts with different transcription factors is the dominant form expressed in invasive ductal carcinoma. Cancer Lett. 2014 Apr 28;346(1):148-57. doi: 10.1016/j.canlet.2013.12.030. Epub 2013 Dec 30. PMID 24384092.