Tashima Lambert, MD
Why did you chose Duke for residency training?
The residents! I knew from our interview dinner that I wanted to be a part of such a diverse group of physicians. The commitment to creating residency classes that are filled with all types of people with all types of interests is particularly hard to find amongst elite institutions.
What are your career interests?
To bring high-quality General Obstetric and Gynecologic care to patients in underserved areas that may otherwise have limited access to care.
What are your hobbies?
Avid telephone-talker, Face-Timer, shopper, and friend! Being a good friend during residency is a hobby on it's own! Weddings, baby showers, house warmings...list of life events goes on!
Education & Training
The University of Virginia
Temple University School of Medicine
Awards & Honors
- Keynote Speaker at St.Croix Educational Complex High School Graduation Exercise, 2016
- Keynote Speaker at Elena Christian Junior High School Promotional Exercise, 2016
Gold Humanism Honor Society, 2014
TUSM Center for Bioethics, Urban Health and Policy Community Service Award, 2014
National Health Service Corps Scholar, 2011
Publications & Presentations
- Lambert T, Kuller J, Small M, Rhee E, Barker P. Abnormalities of Fetal Situs: An Overview and Literature Review. Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey.January 2016.Volume 71p33-38.
Lambert T, Kisby CK, Newcomb L, Chen K. Barriers to Breastfeeding. Peer-to-Peer Mentorship Conference (An interdepartmental and interdisciplinary collaborative project), 2015.
Distinguishing the Roles of Topoisomerases I and II in Relief of Transcription-Induced Torsional Stress in Yeast rRNA. Sarah L. French, Martha L. Sikes, Robert D. Hontz, Yvonne N. Osheim, Tashima E. Lambert, Aziz El Hage, Mitchell M. Smith, David Tollervey, Jeffrey S. Smith, Ann L. Beyer Mol Cell Biol. 2011 Feb; 31(3): 482–494.