Jodie Rai, MD, FACOG

Jodie Rai, MD, FACOG, (she/her/hers) is clinical associate professor at Washington University School of Medicine, board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and voted among St. Louis’ “Best Docs” annually since 2010.

She completed her undergraduate education at Harvard University, where she graduated with honors in biochemistry and was first author in a publication in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on mitochondrial membrane proteins (former name: Archana Srivastava)

She completed her medical education at the University of Illinois-Chicago, where she was Alpha Omega Alpha, followed by residency at George Washington University, where she won several teaching awards.

She is the former CEO of Cervimark LLC, a biotechnology company that received NIH SBIR grant funding.

After 20 years in independent private practice, Rai is now a full-time OB hospitalist at BJC Memorial Shiloh (Illinois).  She has three children, including one who is a current medical student at WUSM, and is a published medical science fiction author under a pseudonym.