Dr. Peskin-Stolze is an Assistant Professor and practices as a Generalist OB/GYN with concentrations in family planning and global health. She graduated from Einstein OB/GYN residency during which time she started working in Kibogora, Rwanda, developing a project geared towards teaching adolescents about reproductive and sexual health, while also reducing barriers to obtaining contraception and STI care. Currently Dr. Peskin-Stolze supervises Einstein’s Medical Student Education in Global Women’s Health and the Global Women’s Health Track for Einstein’s OB/GYN residents. She travels to Rwanda annually with both medical students and residents. On the most recent visit, the group trained rural nurses in recognizing abnormal labor and treating postpartum hemorrhage. Her areas of interest and research include adolescent reproductive health care, family planning, and maternal morbidity and mortality prevention.