Camaryn E. Chrisman Robbins, MPH, MD

Dr. Camaryn E. Chrisman Robbins is proud to have been a faculty member of Washington University School of Medicine since 2012. She completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Michigan, where she stayed on as faculty for three years. Dr. Chrisman Robbins earned her master’s in public health in epidemiology prior to medical school and worked in reproductive health policy development at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, as well as the World Health Organization in Geneva. She is a full-time teaching clinician caring for both obstetric and gynecologic patients. She also has maintained interests in public health policy and research related to contraception, breastfeeding and HPV prevention and treatment. She and her husband, George, have two daughters, ages 3 and 5, who are Cardinals fans despite their parents’ Tigers and Cubs allegiances.