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Meet Our Fellows

Our fellows and faculty foster a collegial environment and education-focused culture that provides an inclusive learning experience. Training can be challenging, but our program is close-knit and each person brings a dedication to providing stellar patient care as well as a collaborative learning experience.

Meet our current fellows in the Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.

Madhu Bagaria, M.B.B.S.

Madhu Bagaria, M.B.B.S.

Second-Year MIGS Fellow

Medical school: Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, India

Residency: Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan

Why did you choose Mayo Clinic?
I like the fact that I work with surgeons from MIGS, urogynecology, and gynecology. Mayo Clinic provides excellent surgical exposure in laparoscopic, robotic, vaginal, and open surgeries. The attendings are really invested in teaching and providing excellent mentorship.

What is it like living in Phoenix, Arizona?
I like the abundant sunshine and the close proximity to a lot of national parks.

Hobbies: Yoga, painting, cooking, and spending time with my family.

Trina Mansour, M.D.

Trina Mansour, M.D.

Second-Year MIGS Fellow

Medical school: University of California Riverside

Residency: University of California San Francisco

Why did you choose Mayo Clinic?
I wanted to train somewhere where I would be surrounded by leaders and outstanding mentors in gynecologic surgery. I'm honored to have the opportunity to learn from surgeons who are committed to improving the quality of care for various gynecological conditions using innovative and minimally invasive techniques.

What is it like living in Phoenix, Arizona?
Phoenix is full of amazing restaurants and outdoor adventures.

Hobbies: Outside of clinical duties, I enjoy traveling and spending time with friends and family.

Jordann-Mishael Duncan, M.D.

Jordann-Mishael Duncan, M.D.

First-Year MIGS Fellow

Medical school: Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, D.C.

Residency: Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Why did you choose Mayo Clinic?
I chose Mayo Clinic due to the surgical excellence of the Mayo gynecology department, exposure to different fields of minimally invasive gynecology, and the different teaching styles that they offer. Everyone at Mayo Clinic on my interview day was friendly and clearly loved teaching and their careers.

What is it like living in Phoenix, Arizona?
I love the view of the mountains that surround Phoenix and Scottsdale. I have a beautiful drive home every day.

Hobbies: I have many hobbies but to name a few I like watching and playing basketball and tennis as well as playing Call of Duty Zombies.

Gina Ranieri, D.O

Gina Ranieri, D.O

First-Year MIGS Fellow

Medical school: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Residency: Christiana Care, Newark, DE

Why did you choose Mayo Clinic?
I chose Mayo Clinic because of the extensive variety of surgical experiences offered and the opportunity to learn from excellent mentors and educators. Mayo Clinic provides outstanding patient-centered care, and I am honored to be a part of the Mayo community.

What is it like living in Phoenix, Arizona?
I love that it is always warm and sunny here. There is also a vibrant restaurant scene, multiple sports teams, and plenty of hiking.

Hobbies: I enjoy exercising, dining out, hiking, and traveling.