Matthew Siedhoff

Matthew Siedhoff completed his medical degree at Stanford University, OB/GYN residency at New York University, and fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There he also received a master’s degree in clinical research from UNC’s Gillings School of Public Health. As faculty at UNC, he served as MIGS fellowship and division director, and now is the Vice Chair for Gynecology at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles. He performs advanced laparoscopic surgery for a range of gynecologic conditions, with special interest and expertise in large fibroids and complicated endometriosis, also the focus of his research interests. He has previously served as board President for the Fellowship in MIGS and teaches surgeons through lecture and simulation nationally and internationally. He is an Editor-at-Large for Thrive Global.

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Thriving in the New Normal//

Civic Engagement As an Antidote

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The Moment I Realized Unexpected Gifts Are Everywhere

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5 Microsteps That Have Improved My Well-Being This Year

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I Love Being a Doctor, But I Still Experience Burnout. Here’s How I Fight It.

by Matthew Siedhoff

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