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Our fellowship began in 1998 under the guidance of Dr. John Steege, a pioneer of minimally invasive surgery and pelvic pain. UNC is the oldest minimally invasive gynecologic surgery fellowship program in the US and has bred international, national, and community leaders and educators. Our program provides the framework for each fellow to develop their own path of excellence whether clinical, research, or education.

 

Current Fellows: Diamond M. Goodwin, MD, MHS (2021-2023) & R. Gina Silverstein, MD (2022-2024)

2022 Asha McClurg, MD, MSCR University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, NC
2021 Jackie Wong, MD, MSCR Oregon Health Sciences University – Portland, OR
2020 Paul Tyan, MD, MSCR Private Practice – Washington DC
2019 Noor Abu-Alnadi, MD University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, NC
2018 Mitch Dizon, MD, MSCR University of Tennessee-Chattanooga – Chattanooga, TN
2017 Michelle Louie, MD, MSCR Mayo Clinic-Arizona – Scottsdale, Arizona
2016 Tarek Toubia, MD, MSCR Private Practice – Hopkinsville, KY
2015 Janelle Moulder, MD, MSCR Atrium Health-Wake Forest University – Winston-Salem, NC
2014 Kumari Hobbs, MD, MSCR Private Practice – New York, NY
2013 Austin Findley, MD, MSCR University of Kansas – Kansas City, KS
2012 Erin Carey, MD,  MSCR University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, NC
2011 Matthew Siedhoff, MD, MSCR Cedars-Sinai Medical Center – Los Angeles, CA
2010 Amanda Yunker, DO, MSCR Vanderbilt University – Nashville, TN
2008 Kinnari Desai, MD, MPH Private Practice – Bradenton, FL
2007 Jacqueline Rohl, MD, MPH Private Practice – Columbus, OH
2006 Mary Ellen Wechter, MD, MPH Private Practice – Jacksonville, FL
2005 Susie As-Sanie, MD, MPH University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI
2004 Frank Tu, MD, MPH University of Chicago NorthShore – Evanston, IL
2003 Georgine Lamvu, MD, MPH University of Central Florida – Orlando, FL
2001 Denniz Zolnoun, MD, MPH Private Practice – Bradenton, FL
1999 Arnold Advincula, MD Columbia University  – New York, NY