Dr. Marguerite Duane, a board certified family physician, is co-founder and Executive Director of FACTS – the Fertility Appreciation Collaborative to Teach the Science, an organization dedicated to educating healthcare professionals and students about scientifically valid natural or fertility awareness based methods (FABMs). She also serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Georgetown University, where she directs an elective on FABMs and their role in women’s health and family planning. Dr. Duane see patients with Modern Mobile Medicine, a direct primary care house-calls based practice in Washington, DC and is currently completing a primary care research fellowship at the University of Utah.
Dr. Duane received her M.D. degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and completed her Family Medicine residency at Lancaster General Hospital in Pennsylvania. She received a Bachelor of Science with Honors and a Master of Health Administration degree from Cornell University. Dr. Duane is trained as a Creighton, FEMM and NeoFertility Medical consultant, and a TeenSTAR educator. She has published articles on the effectiveness of FABMs and the use of apps for tracking fertility. Dr. Duane balances her career as a teacher and Family Physician, with her role as a mother and wife. She is married to a fellow family physician, Dr. Kenneth Lin, and they are the parents of 4 young children.