Current Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellows

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PGY7: Bradley Sipe, MD

Bradley Sipe, MD

Dr. Sipe completed his undergraduate studies at the College of William and Mary with a degree in finance.  He then attended the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine as part of their inaugural class.  He completed his residency at Emory University where he served as Chief Administrative Resident during his final year.  After residency he returned home to Florida to complete his fellowship here at USF.   

During his time at USF he is completing research on biomolecular markers of placenta accreta spectrum, weight gain in pregnancy, and quality improvement initiatives aimed at improving sepsis treatment in the OB population. 

When not at work, he enjoys swimming, the beach, discovering new bars and restaurants and spending time with his family and new nephew. 


PGY6: Jared Roeckner, MD

Dr. Jared Todd Roeckner is pleased to be a first year MFM Fellow at USF. Prior to fellowship he worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Jacksonville, Florida where he served as the Associate Clerkship Director and departmental EPIC lead for two years. He completed his OBGYN residency in 2017 and obtained ABOG certification in 2019. His current interests include perviability, medical ethics, meta-analyses, and medical informatics.

Outside of the clinic, he enjoys the Florida sun with his wife, daughter, and extended family. 


PGY5: Tony Kendle, MD

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Dr. Anthony (Tony) Kendle completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia, majoring in biology and Spanish language. He attended medical school at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. He completed his training in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of South Florida and served as chief resident during his fourth year. His clinical and research interests in Maternal-Fetal Medicine include critical care obstetrics, underserved populations, and epidemiology.    

Outside of work, he enjoys cooking, playing tennis, supporting the Tampa Bay Lightning, and playing with his two dogs Cabo and Penny.  


Recent Graduates

2020-Karla Leavitt-Orlando Health, Florida

2019-Chinedu Nwaboubi-Mount Carmel Health, Westerville, Ohio

2017-Rachel Sinkey-Faculty at University of Alabaman Birmingham

2017-Adetola Louis-Jacques- Faculty at University of South Florida

2016-Alejandro Rodriguez- Faculty at University of South Florida

2015-Mary Ashley Cain  – Faculty at University of South Florida

2015-Shannon Ho – Ohio Health, Columbus Ohio