Charlotte Gamble, MD, MPH
Why did you chose Duke for residency training?
I was most attracted to the diversity in the department - at the resident, faculty and leadership level. The residency culture really seemed to encourage a healthy work-life balance with golden weekends and residents who could build families. The residents seemed happy and fulfilled. Additionally, I wanted to take care of the diverse patient population - patients who are socioeconomically disadvantaged, are black or Latina, living in rural parts of the state - this was also something that really drew me to the area. I also had a strong interest in Gynecologic Oncology, and the division here is a hotbed for nationally respected research and internationally known faculty.
What are your career interests?
Gynecologic Oncology, Health Policy & Health Equity, Women's Health in Sub-Saharan Africa
What are your hobbies?
Listening to political podcasts - Crooked Media & Vox's The Weeds; Watching TV favorites - Black-ish, Insecure, Brown Sugar; and traveling to NY to visit family
Education & Training
University of Michigan, Class of 2008
MD at University of Michigan Medical School, Class of 2014
MPH at Harvard School of Public Health, Class of 2014
Awards & Honors
- NIH/National Medical Association Travel Award Recipient - 2017
- Brunschwig Fellow, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - 2017
- Golden Apple Teaching Award - 2017
- Appleseed Teaching Award - 2015, 2016, 2017
- Peter Cartwright Humanism in Medicine award - 2016
Publications & Presentations
- Gamble C, Havrilesky LJ, Myers ER, Chino JP, Hollenbeck S, Plichta JK, Kelly Marcom P, Shelley Hwang E, Kauff ND, Greenup RA. Cost effectiveness of risk-reducing mastectomy versus surveillance in BRCA mutation carriers with a history of ovarian cancer. Ann Surg Oncol. 2017 Jul 11.Featured poster; Society of Gynecologic Oncology Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer, March 2016
- Jackson-Bey T, Lambert T, Gamble C, Patterson L, Jones M. HPV vaccination rates amongst academic based gynecology clinics: Quality improvement project. Abstract; Disparities Research Colloquium, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC. April 2015
- Andreatta P, Marzano DA, Curran DS, Klotz JJ, Gamble CR, Reynolds RK. Low-hanging fruit: a clementine as a simulation model for advanced laparoscopy. Simul Healthc. 2014 Aug;9(4):234-40
- Andreatta P, Perosky J, Klotz J, Gamble C, Ankobea F, Danso K, Dalton V. Pilot study outcomes from a resource-limited setting for a low-cost training program for laparoscopic surgical skills. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2014 May;125(2):186-8.
- Gamble C. Focused antenatal care in Yala, Kenya. Oral presentation at the GE/NMF International Medical Fellows Symposium in Kisumu, Kenya. April 2014
- Gamble C, Hawley S, Griggs J, Abrahamse P, Ward K, Kato I, Allen J, Morris A. The impact of patient-physician relationships on the quality of colorectal cancer care. Oral presentation; Association of Academic Surgeons Academic Surgical Conference, February 2013