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  • Aisha Mays, MD

    Clinical Researcher

    Aisha Mays, MD, is a Family Physician and Clinical Researcher. Dr. Aisha Mays is a Clinical Researcher at ANSIRH. Her research interests include optimizing adolescent contraceptive care in school based health centers, improving access to comprehensive reproductive health care for adolescents and young women in community health centers, and identifying the sexual and reproductive health outcomes of commercially sexually exploited youth. Her current research project aims to increase adolescents’ and young adult's access to long acting reversible contraceptive methods in community health centers through comprehensive staff and provider trainings. Dr. Mays entered the world of research through her clinical practice where she began to have questions about the clinical care and outcomes of her adolescent patients. Dr. Mays believes in equitable reproductive health care access for all women regardless of age or socioeconomic status. Dr. Mays is clinical faculty in the UCSF Department of Family and Community Medicine, teaching faculty in the UC Berkeley/ UCSF Joint Medical program, a member of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals Clinical Advisory Committee, and faculty in Physicians for Reproductive Health Adolescent and Reproductive Sexual Health Education Program.  Dr. Mays received her BS in Biology from Clark Atlanta University, MD from Case Western Reserve University, and completed her Family Medicine training at the Residency Program in Family and Social Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center.

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ANSIRH is a program within the UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health and is a part of UCSF's Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences.

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