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Meet Our Fellows

Dr. Famuyide speaks with a patient at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

The Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS) Fellowship draws trainees from across the U.S. and around the world. Meet our current fellow and learn about their focus inside and outside the clinic.

Kelsey Stewart, M.D.

Kelsey Stewart, M.D.Class of 2026

Medical school: Baylor College of Medicine
Residency: University of Minnesota

Hometown: Grapevine, Texas

Hobbies: I love the outdoors, including running, hiking, kayaking, and (hopefully) cross-country skiing this winter! I am also an aspiring fiber artist (knitting, weaving, embroidering), bookstore lover, and amateur meal prepper.  

What drew you to Mayo Clinic for fellowship training?

Mayo offers the best of an academic MIGS program. I am learning from five MIGS-trained faculty each with a specific clinical and surgical focus in fibroids, endometriosis, fertility-sparing surgery, and pelvic pain respectively. The research mentorship and resources are unparalleled. I am grateful to have the opportunity to learn from such expert and kind people while building all the tools I need to become a well-rounded academic MIGS physician.