Autumn Davidson, MD MS is an OB-Gyn at Kaiser Permanente in Portland, OR. In her current position, she heads the Pregnancy Termination Clinic, which provides abortion care for women in Kaiser’s Northwest region. Prior to her current position, she worked as Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology and Family Planning at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). She completed her Medical School at Brown Medical School, residency training at UMass Memorial Hospital and her fellowship in Family Planning at the University of Chicago. She is currently the Director of the Kenneth J. Ryan Residency Training Program and the Director of the UIC Center for Reproductive Health. She serves on the Illinois ACOG Legislative Affairs Committee and is a reviewer for the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology. She serves as a faculty advisor and research mentor for resident research projects. Dr. Davidson’s research interests include health disparities, contraceptive access for underserved women, health behaviors related to contraceptive use, and provision of contraception in low resource settings. She has a strong interest in global health and has worked on reproductive health programs in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. In addition to general obstetrics and gynecology, her clinical interests include family planing and contraceptive provision for medically complicated women. She recently co-authored a textbook chapter on contraception for women with heart disease. She has also published research on an intervention to increase uptake of long-acting reversible contraception, on the USPSTF guidelines for mammogram screening, HIV serostatus disclosure in Russia, and cervical cancer screening for HIV infected women in Cambodia.