Tessa Reinke, MD

Family Practice & Obstetrics

Education

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Dartmouth College

Graduate Education:

Doctor of Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School

Post-Graduate Education:

Texas A&M University Family Medicine Residency

Clinical Research

Department of Plastic Surgery, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center - Under the guidance of Carolyn Kerrigan, MD, studied treatments for carpel tunnel syndrome and shared decision-making

Department of Psychiatry, Maine Medical Center Research Institute - Under the guidance of Ann Maloney, MD, studied the efficacy of exercise games in encouraging weight loss in obese/overweight Maine children

Department of Psychology, Dartmouth College - Under the guidance of Paul Whalen, PhD, performed research on amygdala's response to fearful, angry, and surprised faces

Department of Sociology, Dartmouth College - Under the guidance of Denise Anthony, PhD, researched and wrote Senior Honors Thesis: Social Distance and Norm Conflict: The Post-Election Violence and the Social Networks of Kenyan University Students

Personal Interests

Dr. Reinke's interests include traveling and international medicine, sailing, running, hiking, rock climbing, cooking, reading, singing, piano, and swing dancing.