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Bethany Sabol, MD

3rd Fellow, Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Mailing AddressDepartment of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Washington University School of Medicine
660 S. Euclid Ave.
Mailstop 8064-37-1005
St. Louis, MO 63110

Recognition

EDUCATION

Undergrad – University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Medical school – University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine
Residency – Oregon Health & Science University
How are you listed in PubMed?: Sabol BA
Awards & Honors: 
Grant Recipient from The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital to study and improve disparities in care for pregnancy related hypertensive disease in the postpartum period
OBGYN Residency 2016 SMFM Award
OBGYN 2016 Resident Research Award for excellence in research, resident research day
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

PERSONAL 

Hometown: Chicago IL
What are your hobbies? Spending time with family & friends, organizing and hosting social events, being outdoors whenever possible, running, hiking, backpacking
Family info: Married, my husband Dave works in finance – we met in college and have an almost 2 year old son named Alistair
What’s one thing most people don’t know about you? Despite my outward social chair nature I have significant social anxiety and am an introvert at heart

FELLOWSHIP

Why did you choose your MFM fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine? The unparalleled clinical experience, mentorship, and research infrastructure

What impact have you had on the Fellowship? I have been able to start a remote blood pressure monitoring quality improvement initiative here for our patients which I think will have a lasting impact on how we manage women postpartum and hopefully on our patients postpartum and long term health outcomes.

How has your opinion of the Fellowship changed since starting your training? I came to WashU for the clinical and research fellowship training, I am leaving with an incredible family who have impacted my training and life in the most incredible way.

What are the greatest opportunities you have had to make a difference? Being an active member of the labor and delivery team provides continuous opportunities to improve obstetrical care

LIFE IN STL

What do you love about St Louis? The outdoor spaces and the botanical gardens summer concert series
What is one thing people don’t know about St.Louis/Washington University? Truly wonderful community of people who really look out for one another