Departments & Organizations
Sangini Sheth, MD, MPH is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Sheth then remained at Johns Hopkins Hospital for her residency training in obstetrics & gynecology. A native of Connecticut, she graduated cum laude from Yale University and now returns to her alma mater to join the Department of Obsteterics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Sciences.
Dr. Sheth's clinical interests focus on minimally invasive gynecologic surgical procedures, cervical cancer screening and prevention, colposcopy and cervical dysplasia management, contraception and obstetrics. She is passionate about providing a full range of evidence-based gynecologic services to women across their lifespan, especially among marginalized communities such as adolescents, racial and ethnic minorities, and women living with HIV. An advocate of patient education, she believes in partnering with patients and encouraging every woman to become a knowledgeable and active participant in all aspects of her reproductive health.
Her clinical and public health backgrounds have guided her research interests which include optimizing reproductive health awareness, access, and care among marginalized groups such as adolescent, immigrant and HIV-infected women in areas ranging from contraception and preventative health services to pregnancy planning and management. She is particularly interested in cervical cancer prevention and evidenced-based management of HPV disease. Dr. Sheth is also committed to establishing evidence based obstetrics practices to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality. Dedicated to global women's reproductive health, Dr. Sheth is interested in quality and timeliness of care for women in resource limited settings with prior work in Honduras and South Africa.
Education & Training
|MD||Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (2009)|
|MPH||Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (2008)|
|BS||Yale University, Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology (2003)|
|Residency||Johns Hopkins Hospital|
|Internship||Johns Hopkins Hospital|