Emma Gilmore, MD is a Complex Family Planning Fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). Dr. Gilmore’s research interests include health care disparities, particularly with regard to abortion, contraception, and improving access to care. She has previously studied the intersection between unstable housing and worsened obstetrical, neonatal, and postpartum outcomes, and the effect of this relationship on access to family planning services. She received her BA from New York University studying the written and photographic narratives of politically disenfranchised populations and ultimately chose to pursue medicine in order to fulfill her dream of directly providing care to underserved patients. During her time at HUP, she looks forward to becoming a more constructive and experienced advocate, scholar, and clinician.
Emma Gilmore, MD
- Fellow, Obstetrics and Gynecology - Complex Family Planning, Perelman School of Medicine