Kathryn Snow is excited to serve patients in Summerville and the Greater Charleston area, and looks forward to exploring all of Charleston’s highlights. In her free time, she loves traveling and spending time with her husband and their yellow lab, Toby. She was born and raised in Charlotte, NC and was an avid dancer in her young adult life. She attended UNC Chapel Hill for undergraduate as well as graduate school, where she received her Master’s in Health Administration. Despite graduating in the top of her class, she chose to transition from healthcare business to medicine. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine in Richmond, VA, where her grandfather was an alumnus. She then moved to New York City to complete her OB/GYN residency at Mount Sinai. On the first day of residency, she met her future husband, and the rest is history. While in residency, she assisted in developing a cervical cancer screening program in South Africa and rotated at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She served as Administrative Chief Resident and received several teaching awards from her work with medical students.
After residency, she pursued her training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Duke University where she trained with pioneers in the field of IVF. While at Duke, she received medical student teaching awards as well as the Resident and Fellow’s Research Award for her thesis on culturing embryos in progesterone-supplemented media. Several of her research articles have been published in prestigious medical journals. Her clinical interests include recurrent pregnancy loss, LGBTQ family building, and fertility preservation (egg freezing). She is passionate about spreading awareness about reproductive health and empowering patients with evidenced-based information regarding their fertility options.