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Megan Chinen Oakes, MD

Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 2nd year Fellow

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: The University of Virginia
Med school: University of California, Irvine
Residency: University of California, Irvine
What are your career goals? Academic medicine
How are you listed in PubMed?: Oakes MC and Oakes M
Awards & Honors: 2019 Michael L. Berman Award for Excellence in Gynecologic Surgery, 2017 Sterling Staph Award for Resident Teacher of the Year, 2015 Gold Humanism Honor Society, Administrative Chief Resident

PERSONAL

Hometown: Pasadena, California
What are your hobbies? Yoga, running, Bar Method, cooking, going on walks with my family
Family info: I live with my husband (Jesse), daughter (Addie), and our 2 dogs
What’s one thing most people don’t know about you? I am an identical twin

FELLOWSHIP

Why did you choose your MFM fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine? I chose to train at WashU because of the rigorous clinical training and opportunity to be mentored by seasoned physician scientists.

What impact have you had on the Fellowship? One of the benefits of training at different locations for residency and fellowship is the opportunity provide a different perspective on the approach and management of various problems.

How has your opinion of the Fellowship changed since starting your training? The fellowship training opportunity has exceeded my expectations. I am consistently impressed by the commitment to and investment in my education, both on an individual and Division-wide scale.

What are the greatest opportunities you have had to make a difference? At WashU, we have the opportunity to care for the highest risk pregnancies in Missouri and beyond. Every day I am at the bedside, I get the opportunity to make a difference in my patients’ lives in tangible ways. This serves as rich ground for clinical research endeavors that allow us to pursue improving outcomes for pregnant women on a larger scale.

LIFE IN STL

What do you love about St Louis? All the green space
What is one thing people don’t know about St.Louis/Washington University? The food scene is impressive!