Amanda Compadre, MD
Fellow, Gynecologic Oncology
Undergrad: University of Southern California
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Residency: University of California, San Francisco
PubMed name: Compadre AJ
Hometown: Little Rock, AR
What are your research interests?
Cancer genetics, overcoming chemotherapy resistance, surgical outcomes, diversity, equity and inclusion in healthcare, and improving access to care and health outcomes,
What are your hobbies?
My hobbies include exploring St. Louis parks, museums, restaurants, and exercising/dancing. I love spending time with my family, which includes my husband, two daughters, and my cat.
Why did you choose WashU for residency?
Opportunities for both clinical and translational research, diversity of patients and pathology, excellent clinical training, and mentors who are leaders in the field. St. Louis is also an awesome, easy city to live in with activities for all.
What are you looking forward to the most by being a fellow at WashU?
I’m looking forward to working with the attendings, other fellows, residents, and making an impact in the the lives of our patients.
What goals do you hope to accomplish during your fellowship?
My goal to become and excellent, well rounded gyn oncologist. I would also like to contribute meaningful research to the field, and mentor residents and students.
What advice would you give OBGYN residents applying for your chosen fellowship specialty?
It is a long road – but the full spectrum care we get to provide for patients is unparalleled.
Please list any awards & honors
AOA, Julius R. Krevans Award for Clinical Excellence, Roberts Key award, Honors in Research