Alison Kosmacki, MD
Clinical Fellow, Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery
Undergraduate School: University of Virginia
Medical School: University of Virginia
Residency: Washington University/Barnes Jewish Hospital
PubMed name(s): Alison Kosmacki, Kosmacki, A
Why did you choose WashU OBGYN for your fellowship?
My training here as a resident exposed me to challenging pathology and word class surgical experience, and the MIGS department is made up of extremely talented surgeons who love teaching. Staying where was a no-brainer!
What are you looking forward to the most by being a fellow at WashU?
Working with and educating the residents!
What goals do you hope to accomplish during your fellowship?
To develop my surgical skills and autonomy and to learn to effectively lead others through surgical cases.
What are your research interests?
Medical education, surgical ergonomics
Awards & Honors: Chief Administrative Resident
What do you like to do outside of work?
I enjoy cooking, reading, and binging Netflix. I love going for hikes with my husband and our dog, Osley, and catching some live music on the weekends