Ember Keighley, M.D., MPH
Ember Keighley MD, MPH University of Michigan Medical School; Ember grew up in rural Rhode Island and learned how to take care of horses, dogs, chickens and cats way before she could cross a street. During undergraduate at Brown University she spent time in the Samoan islands and found her love for global health work. While doing her MPH in global environmental health at Emory University, she studied water quality in Mongolia. After heading to Michigan for medical school, she traveled to Ghana where she worked in maternal health and to the Hopi Reservation where she saw the enormous breadth of possibility within family medicine. Ember is passionate about working to improve health and access to healthcare in underserved communities locally and globally. Beyond clinical and public health work she loves running, biking, swimming, hiking, backpacking, kayaking, gardening, cooking, and almost anything that involves being outside in the brilliant sunshine.
School: University of Michigan School of Medicine
Alumni Year: 2014