Complex Family Planning Fellows
Namrata Mastey, M.D.
Second Year Complex Family Planning Fellow
Dr. Mastey received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University in Human Biology and Feminist Studies where she was very involved in the Women’s Community Center, Sexual Violence Advisory Board, and a community organization for intimate partner violence prevention. She then lived abroad in India on a Fulbright Scholarship studying access to health among rural widowed women. Drawn towards being able to impact change at the individual health level, she decided to apply to medical school and chose to go back to Stanford University. She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. There, she received the Ryan Residency Award, published op-eds in the “Hill”, did research on access to contraception for patients affect by opioid dependence, and volunteered with Boston Healthcare for the Homeless. In fellowship, she plans to research patients who face terrible obstacles in obtaining desired family planning care. Her fellowship project focuses on improving supportive care for families with pregnancies with lethal or severely morbid fetal anomalies.
Courtney Baker, M.D., M.P.H.
First Year Complex Family Planning Fellow
Dr. Baker received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. While completing her studies in liberal arts and biology, she worked as a legislative aid for the Texas State Senate and completed a thesis in collaboration with the Texas Department of State Health Services. Through these experiences in policy-making and public health, she recognized a passion for women’s healthcare and subsequently attended UT Southwestern Medical School and UT Health Science Center School of Public Health to complete her M.D. and M.P.H., respectively. As a medical student, she was actively involved in the Texas Medical Association and also received a United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Excellence in Public Health Award in recognition for her work in Dallas-area free clinics. She remained in Dallas at UT Southwestern to complete her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology where she was named a Chief Administrative Resident for the largest OB/GYN residency program in the nation. Following her fellowship training in Complex Family Planning, she wants to improve patient care and resident education in family planning in her home state of Texas.
Katherine Glaser, M.D., M.P.H.
First Year QSCERT-PC Fellow
Dr. Glaser received her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona in Creative Writing. Shortly after graduation, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Malawi as HIV/AIDS caused devastation for families and communities in sub-Saharan Africa. This experience strengthened her commitment to a career in medicine, and she went on to obtain her M.D. and M.P.H from the University of Arizona and her training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Arizona. Since completing her training, she has worked on the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona and advocated for women’s health with state legislators and her representatives and senators on Capitol Hill. She is a board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Her fellowship project focuses on analyzing compliance with and understanding of the Hyde Amendment in institutions which receive federal funding for health care and management of early pregnancy loss in rural settings.