Mary Beth Gadarowski, MD
Mary Beth Gadarowski is a Captain in the U.S. Air Force and is finishing her Internship in Internal Medicine at San Antonio Military Medical Center, with Dermatology Residency to follow. She comes from a military family and was born and raised in rural Upstate, New York. She attended Union College, where she was part of the Scholars program and majored in Biology with a Minor in Religious Studies. After graduation, Mary Beth was awarded a one-year fellowship to volunteer at an HIV and Primary Care Clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she worked for the organization “The Gift of Hope USA,” an NGO which seeks to improve the lives and wellbeing of women and children living with HIV/AIDS. This started her interest in HIV research and her passion for women’s equality and access to care, prompting her to spend a summer during medical school in Zimbabwe, working in a limited resource government hospital. She attended Upstate Medical University in Syracuse New York, where she was Class President for two years, a Student Representative for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) and Publicity Chair for the Upstate AMWA Chapter. She received the AMWA Glasgow-Rubin Citation for Academic Achievement Award in 2020 and is excited to collaborate with AMWA and expand ongoing advocacy efforts.
She is passionate about skincare and ultimately wants to pursue Dermatology in low income and resource-limited settings, ideally in Sub-Saharan Africa. In her spare time she enjoys running, yoga, scoping out the best ice cream shops, and spending time with her family and precious yellow lab.Return to Resident Division Leadership Page