2024 Resident Reporters

Congratulate the following five PGY-3 and PGY-4 individuals who were selected to serve as Resident Reporters for the #2024 SASGOG Annual Meeting

Nili Amir
University of Connecticut

Nili Amir is a third-year resident at the University of Connecticut. Her academic and research interests include caring for women with disabilities and improving health inequities in this population. Outside of work, Nili enjoys being active outdoors.

Richard Hsu
Wayne State University School of Medicine

Dr. Richard Hsu, MD is a PGY3  in Detroit, Michigan at Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University SOM. He graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 2021. Starting a postpartum outreaching program and passionate in medical education, he hopes to see a community that ensures that every patient receives  inclusive individualized care that helps patients feel heard.

Sonia Parra
University of Utah

Sonia majored in Biomedical Engineering at Yale before entering the MD/PhD program at Baylor College of Medicine. Her PhD focused on developing low-cost technologies for women’s health. She is now a 3rd year Ob/Gyn resident in Utah.

Michael Solotke
Northwestern University

Michael Solotke is a PGY3 at Northwestern University. He completed his undergraduate, medical school, and business school degrees at Yale University. His interests include LGBTQ+ health, incorporation of new technology into clinical care, and health services research.

Grace Trompeter
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Grace Trompeter is a fourth-year resident in OBGYN at the University at Buffalo. She earned her medical degree at UB and her master’s degree in public health at Johns Hopkins. Next year, she will continue her training as a clinical research fellow in the generalist division at UNC Chapel Hill in preparation for a career as an academic generalist.