Reproductive Health Advocacy Fellow Diane Horvath-Cosper, MD, MPH
Diane Horvath-Cosper, MD, MPH joined Physicians in August 2016 as our fourth Reproductive Health Advocacy Fellow. Dr. Horvath most recently completed a fellowship in Family Planning at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC in June 2016. During her fellowship, she received a Master’s in Public Health from Johns Hopkins in health systems and policy. Dr. Horvath earned both a BA and BS at The Ohio State University, her medical degree at the Medical University of Ohio, and completed residency at the University of Minnesota. Following residency, she worked for four years in general obstetrics and gynecology in St. Paul, Minnesota, and held a clinical faculty appointment at the University of Minnesota.
Dr. Horvath comes to Physicians with experience speaking out regarding violence against abortion providers and clinics and an interest in the power of narrative as a tool for advocacy. Training and mentoring medical students and residents continues to be an important part of her practice. She serves on the Clinical Advisory Committee of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals and maintains active involvement with ACOG and NAF.