Sarah Doe-Williams, MS, MD
Boise, Idaho, USA
University of Washington
I’m a Boise, Idaho native who completed my bachelor’s in human biology while dancing on the Mane Line Dance Team at Boise State University. I attended medical school at the University of Washington and became interested in breast oncologic and reconstructive surgery during my third year and also got involved in research involving craniofacial injuries. I am very excited to be staying where I will be supported by amazing mentors all while still enjoying the great outdoors of Washington. I met my husband in undergrad and we have a beautiful eight month old daughter and feisty five year old Yorkie!
Dancing; hiking; kayaking; traveling; snowboarding; hanging with my husband and family
breast oncologic and reconstructive surgery, plastic surgery, burn surgery
American College of Surgeons; Gold Humanism Honor Society; American Society of Plastic Surgeons; American Medical Association
University of Washington is an amazing program with a great reputation and faculty. I also love the scope of practice and population throughout the WWAMI region.
What do you like best about living in Seattle?
I love living in Seattle for having both the city life and outdoor opportunities available so closely together. I enjoy the breadth of food choices and being able to hike, kayak and appreciate the nature around us.
- Doe-Williams S, Hixson L, Pfeiffer D. “Massive hepatomegaly secondary to amyloidosis with normal liver chemistries” Case Reports of Gastroenterology, April 2020.
- Doe-Williams S, Stack SW, Kelly KS, Ryan MJ. “A Community Conference: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Their Impact on Substance Use”. November 2018.
- Morton S, Seibert P. “The Complex Effects of Sex Differences on Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease”. April 2015.