Atsuko Koyama is a pediatrician who specializes in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Adolescent Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Emory University, School of Medicine and practices pediatric emergency medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. Her current research interests include the provision of contraceptives in pediatric emergency rooms, including long-acting reversible contraceptives for adolescents and ways to improve adolescent care in the ED setting. She received her MD from the University of Arizona, College of Medicine and MPH from the University of California at Berkeley. She completed her Pediatrics residency at Jacobi Medical Center in Bronx, New York, which included family planning training, her Adolescent Medicine fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital, and her Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Boston Medical Center. She served on the Boards of ACCESS Women’s Health Rights Coalition, Medical Students for Choice, Physicians for Reproductive Health, and Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. She continues to advocate for reproductive justice and the well being of children and adolescents locally and nationally.
- Family Planning
- Adolescent Medicine
- Legislative and Media Advocacy