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Seema Mehta, D.O., MSc.

Fellow, Women's Health
Resident, Class of 2024


Hello! My name is Seema Mehta and I was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. I completed my undergraduate degree at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and went on to pursue my Master’s degree in Global Health there shortly after. During graduate school, I had the opportunity to travel to India to explore the challenges and barriers to providing health care to women in remote communities. I further explored my passion for advocacy and understanding the social determinants of health while working as a Clinical Research Project Assistant at the Hospital for Sick Children’s Centre for Global Child Health. While there, I collaborated with organizations such as UNICEF, WHO, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to guide policy and program development, and identify priorities for improving the health of vulnerable communities worldwide. I began medical school at Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine and quickly realized that all along, I had been forming the well-balanced view of health care that is essential to family medicine. Family medicine is the specialty that would embrace my wide variety of passions, and would allow me to provide compassionate and full-spectrum care to the communities that I cared most about. The University of Michigan’s family medicine program checked all of my boxes (and more). It is where I would have access to the incredible resources, research opportunities, and training of a leading academic institution and where I would be surrounded by those who shared my values and goals as a future family physician. Anything is possible at U-M and I feel grateful to be here! Outside of work, I love to travel, cook, explore new restaurants in Ann Arbor, and spend time with my family and friends!


Areas of Interest

Clinical Interests

Women's health and obstetrics
Preventative care
LGBTQ+ health care
Homeless health care

Research Interests

Global and public health
healthcare disparities
Health policy
Medical education 


Medical School

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, MI, 2021


University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI, 2024

Advanced Degree

MSc. in Global Health, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, 2015

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