Jayme Trevino, MD, MPH
Clinical Fellow, Complex Family Planning
Undergrad: University of Texas at Austin
Medical School: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Residency: Rush University Medical Center in Chicago
PubMed name: Jayme Trevino
What are your career goals?
My goal is to become a strong advocate for my patients and within the Family Planning community.
Hometown: San Antonio, TX
What are your research interests?
Implications of public policy on reproductive healthcare, novel delivery of reproductive healthcare including telemedicine and web-based access to contraception
What are your hobbies?
Spending time with my golden retriever Millie, hiking, live music, listening to true crime podcasts, collecting house plants
What’s one thing most people don’t know about you?
One of my goals is to travel to every US National Park! I have been to 13 so far.
Awards & Honors
- Rush University Obstetrics and Gynecology PGY-4 Medical Student Teaching Award
- Rush University Obstetrics and Gynecology PGY-3 Medical Student Teaching Award
- Rush University Obstetrics and Gynecology PGY-1 Medical Student Teaching Award
- Ryan Program Resident Award for Excellence in Family Planning
- Gold Humanism Honor Society
Why did you chose WashU for residency?
I was drawn to the extensive clinical training, strong research support and mentorship, and opportunities for advocacy.
What are you looking forward to the most by being a fellow at WashU?
I am looking forward to working with the Family Planning team! I am inspired by how committed and dedicated the faculty and fellows are to providing care for their patients.
What advice would you give OBGYN residents applying for your chosen fellowship specialty?
All of the hard work of applying and interviewing is worth it. I feel lucky to be part of a community that is so supportive and dedicated to fighting for reproductive rights.