Incoming Fellows

Please join us in welcoming the Class of 2025!


Miriam Uduebor, MD, MPH
Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine
Family Medicine Residency: Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency, Augusta ME

Pronouns: they/them & she/her

Pronunciation of Dr. Miriam Uduebor

Dr. Miriam Uduebor earned a bachelor’s degree in medical humanities from Baylor University in Texas with minors in chemistry and biology, and has a master’s in public health from Walden University in Minnesota. They bring to Maine-Dartmouth a wealth of experience in health care and public health, including working as a medical assistant, a case investigator/field epidemiologist, and a clinical teaching fellow for first and second year medical students; providing disaster relief services; and performing medical scribing. During their time at Ross University SOM they held a number of leadership roles, including women’s health and advocacy coordinator for Physicians for Human Rights; co-leader of the Martial Arts Club; and AIDS education and community outreach coordinator with the American Medical Student Association. As a family medicine resident, they served as co-chief resident and resident representative on MDFMR’s governing board, and were selected from a national pool of applicants to participate in the 2023-24 cohort of the RHEDI Resident Scholars Program for Workforce Diversity (RSPWD). Miriam speaks multiple languages and loves the holistic care aspect of family medicine, the breadth of practice, and the endless opportunities to incorporate education, population health, and health promotion into patient care. Miriam has a number of hobbies and interests outside of medicine, including hiking, Taekwondo, sports, dance, music, and travel.