Current Residents


2020-2021 Chief Administrative Resident


Jessica Cooper, M.D.

Lousiana State University
School of Medicine

Enjoying her first adventure out of the great state of Louisiana, Dr. Jessica Cooper is developing into a regular Georgia peach! She is a small-town girl from Oberlin, Louisiana and was inspired to become a physician due to the lack of access to medical care in her area. She received her B.S. in Biology from Xavier University of Louisiana (X-U!) and went on to LSUHSC-Shreveport School of Medicine for her M.D. Dr. Cooper is now a fourth year OB/GYN resident here at MSM with a special interest in Obstetrics and resident/medical student clinical education. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, painting, cooking yummy Louisiana dishes, and jamming anything from PJ Morton to Kevin Gates. She loves the field of medicine and building special relationships with her patients in order to best serve them. 



Ginger Baker, M.D.
2020-2021 Quality Chief

Florida State University
College of Medicine

Dr. Ginger Baker was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida. She attended Duke University where she obtained a B.S. in Biology. She then attended medical school at Florida State University College of Medicine. She is now a fourth year OB/GYN resident. She has an interest in practicing general OB/GYN. She enjoys yoga, spending time with her adorable dachshund mix "Defi", and outdoor activities that include biking and hiking. She is excited to begin her career women's health and provide excellent care to women in all stages of life.



Zuri Hemphill-Bryant, M.D.
2020-2021 Clinical Chief
University of Cincinatti
College of Medicine

Dr. Hemphill-Bryant was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia.  She studied Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois before earning her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati.  She is now a fourth year OB/GYN resident. Dr. Hemphill-Bryant loves to operate and can be found in an OR honing her skills during any down time.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, playing tennis, and serving with her chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.  Dr. Hemphill-Bryant is forever grateful for her time as an MSM OBGYN resident and will take forth all of the lessens and knowledge that she has learned over the past four years, as she ventures into the private practice world.  She is extremely excited to continue to serve Atlanta as she moves to Piedmont Atlanta Hospital next year.  



Whitney Lankford, M.D.
2020-2021 Wellness Chief
Morehouse School of Medicine 

A native of Fort Washington, Maryland, Dr. Whitney Lankford has now called Atlanta, Georgia home for the past decade. After graduating from Clark Atlanta University with a B.S. in Biology, she completed her medical doctorate at Morehouse School of Medicine. She is currently a fourth year OB/GYN resident. Dr. Lankford has a specific interest in general obstetrics and gynecology practice, as well as student and resident education. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, party planning, organizing, trying new restaurants, all things Beyoncé; and is an AVID sneaker collector! She believes community leadership, and public support, coupled with education can bring fruitful rewards that can greatly impact the community and improve outcomes for patients.  



Gail Ohaegbulam, M.D.
2020-2021 Education Chief
USF Health Morsani
College of Medicine

Gail Ohaegbulam is a native Floridian and calls Orlando, Florida home. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida (Go Gators!!!) and went to medical school at the Morsani College of Medicine at the University of South Florida. In medical school she was president of SNMA chapter and also served in the establishment of the medical school’s first Diversity Initiative Committee. Since being in residency Dr. Ohaegbulam, has developed an interest in research and is passionate about social determinants of health as it applies to maternal mortality and morbidity in the African American Community. She also enjoys education and curriculum development and plans to continue exploring this following completion of her training. When not at Grady, you’ll find Gail overindulging in Asian cuisine, working out with her favorite workout apps: Peloton, Fitplan, and Tone &Sculpt (to ease her guilt over what she ate that weekend), and listening to Afrobeats.   




Danielle Oliver-Morton, M.D.
University of Virginia
School of Medicine 


Amber Watters, M.D.
Morehouse School
of Medicine


Michelle Uzor, M.D.
Morehouse School
of Medicine


Lynette Wynn, M.D.
University of Michigan
Medical School



Cyra Cottrell, M.D.
University of Florida
College of Medicine


Aaron Doctor, M.D.
Morehouse School
of Medicine


Anquilla Deleveaux, M.D.
Morehouse School
of Medicine


Peyton Garrett, M.D.
Morehouse School
of Medicine



Lauren Gibbs, M.D.
David Geffen School
of Medicine at UCLA 


Sasha Ray, M.D.
Univeristy of Arkansas
School of Medicine


Joan Han, M.D.
Medical College of Georgia
School of Medicine 



Banafsheh (Bonnie) Shoai, M.D.
Morehouse School
of Medicine