Departments & Organizations
Dr. Erica C. Dun is the Chief of Gynecology in the Surgical Services Department at Veterans’ Affairs (VA) Connecticut Healthcare System’s West Haven Campus. Her practice is dedicated to supporting the healthcare needs of an increasing population: women in the U.S. military. “I enjoy working with women and helping them understand and improve their health,” says Dr. Dun. “It is an honor to serve our women veterans.”
Dr. Dun, who joined the Yale community in 2014, also sees patients at the Women’s Center at Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH). She is an assistant professor in the Gynecology Division of Yale’s Ob/Gyn Department. She treats gynecological issues including abnormal uterine bleeding, fibroids, chronic pelvic pain, and endometriosis.
Dr. Dun received her undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1998. She completed a Master of Public Health at Yale, specializing in Chronic Disease Epidemiology and went on to complete her MD from Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Dr. Dun finished her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and completed a post-residency training in pelvic surgery at Emory University Hospital. Dr. Dun also trained in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery techniques with Dr. Ceana Nezhat at Northside Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Dun’s current research interests include clinical outcomes for the surgical treatment of endometriosis, the use of preoperative ultrasound for safer laparoscopic entry, and the accuracy of radiology to predict gynecologic conditions. Board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dun is an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Minimally Invasive Surgery. She is also a member of the Professional Development Committee for the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists.
Education & Training
|MD||Wake Forest University School of Medicine (2004)|
|MPH||Yale School of Public Health (2000)|
|BA||Johns Hopkins University (1998)|
|Fellowship||Nezhat Medical Center|
|Fellowship||Emory University Hospital|
|Residency||Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania|
|Residency||University of Maryland|