Dr. Kristyn Brandi MD MPH is an Assistant Professor at Rutgers - New Jersey Medical School. She is an Obstetrician-Gynecologist with a fellowship training in Family Planning (contraception and abortion services). Dr. Brandi currently sits on the board of Physicians for Reproductive Health and the Ethics Committee for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She has published research on contraceptive coercion by doctors to patients seeking abortion. Her master's degree concentration focused on Health Law, Bioethics, and Human Rights, which she has focused her educational pursuits around abortion policy, contraceptive decision-making, and racial justice within medical education. She has been quoted in numerous articles on reproductive health and has written op-eds around health care to such news outlets including the Washington Post.
An exploration of perceived contraceptive coercion at the time of abortion
We know how to fight Zika in Puerto Rico — but we aren't giving women the tools to do it
Washington Post [August 22, 2016]
Birth control is every woman's right — from those who want to prevent pregnancy, to others who use it to treat illness
Los Angeles Times [01/05/2018]
OB-GYN to Congress: Repeal the Hyde Amendment, Not Obamacare
Motto (Times Magazine) [9/25/17]