Emily Spurlin, MD
Clinical Fellow, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
Undergrad: Wake Forest University
Med school: South Alabama College of Medicine
Residency: New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia University Medical Center
What are your career goals? Become a specialist in fertility medicine and an advocate for women’s health
How are you listed in PubMed?: Emily E Spurlin
Awards & Honors: Gold Humanism Honor Society Member, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society Member
Hometown: Tuscaloosa, AL
What are your hobbies? Cooking, walking my dog, trying new restaurants
What’s one thing most people don’t know about you? I trained in classical ballet in high school and college.
Why did you choose Washington University School of Medicine for your fellowship? WashU’s strong commitment to clinical research and the amazing faculty!
What impact do you hope to make on the Fellowship? I hope to continue a culture of providing high-quality clinical care in a supportive and collaborative environment.
How will your fellowship training help you make a difference? I hope to learn how to provide the best evidence-based care for my patients so I can make a difference in my patients’ lives by supporting their journey to build a family.
LIFE IN STL
What do you love about St. Louis so far? The restaurants! I can’t get over how many fantastic places there are to try!
What is one thing people should know about St. Louis/Washington University? It’s the people that make WashU special.