Mary Obasi MD, MPH (H/O)


Mary Obasi MD, MPH

 

 

Mary was born and raised in the Bay Area. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from UC Berkeley and Medical degree at UC Davis School of Medicine. At UC Davis, her volunteer work at local free clinics was focused on improving access to care for breast and cervical cancer screening in underserved populations. In between 3rd and 4th year medical school, Mary obtained her Master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Quantitative Methods from Harvard School of Public Health. During this time, her interests grew to include epidemiology, breast cancer, and cardio-oncology. After medical school, she went on to Internal Medicine residency at UCLA where she continued research focused on racial/ethnic disparities in cardiovascular outcomes of breast cancer patients. While in residency, she was also involved in community work assessing barriers to colorectal cancer screening among people experiencing homelessness at local free clinics. In fellowship, she aims to further in her interests in breast cancer, health disparities, survivorship, cardio-oncology, and clinical trial development.