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Kelsey Martin, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Hematology); Associate Director for Medical Education in Women's Health, Women's Health Research at Yale

Kelsey Martin, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of Hematology where her clinical practice is dedicated to patients with classical and malignant hematologic disease. She is focused on the role of sex and gender on health outcomes and health advocacy for patients. She serves as Women’s Health Research at Yale’s Associate Director for Medical Education in Women’s Health. Through this role, she works as a mentor for Yale undergraduate students to investigate and integrate data on women and sex and gender into the Yale School of Medicine curriculum.

She is the incoming Vice Chair and Advocacy Subcommittee for the Sex and Gender Health Collaborative of the American Medical Women’s Association. Dr. Martin is a member of the American Society of Hematology’s Committee on Practice where she advocates for health equity issues for hematology patients and in this role serves as a delegate to the American Medical Association. She participated in the American Society of Hematology Advocacy Leadership Institute advocating for her patients on Capitol Hill. Regarding health equity medical education, Dr. Martin is passionate about teaching patient communication and patient-centered interviewing. She is an active member of Yale’s Women Faculty Forum and Yale School of Medicine’s Status of Women in Medicine.