Kate Meixner, M.D.

Kaitlin A. Meixner, M.D., MAT

Assistant Professor
Resident, Class of 2021


Dr. Kate Meixner earned undergraduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering and General Studies at the University of Michigan (2007). She spent seven years in secondary science education working toward cultivating a health science career pipeline for minority and underserved students in Chicago, IL, while also earning her Masters of Arts in Teaching from National Louis University (2009). She then completed her medical degree at the University of Michigan (2018) and residency with Michigan Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine (2021). In medicine, she is interested in care for vulnerable populations, especially among among people who have experienced incarceration. She also has interests in improving patient education and the role of healthcare systems in building healthy and sustainable communities. She is active in medical education through teaching and mentorship with both medical students and residents.

Areas of Interest

Clinical Interests
  • Adolescent health
  • Gender-affirming care
  • Prenatal and pediatric care
Research Interests
  • Incarceration and health
  • Adolescent health education
  • Pediatric obesity


Medical School

University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich., 2018


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., 2021

Advanced Degree

M.A., Education, National Louis University, Chicago, Ill., 2009


Professional Organizations 

American Academy of Family Physicians
Society for Teachers of Family Medicine
North American Primary Care Research Group

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