Dr. Gobin completed her undergraduate training at Northwestern University and obtained her M.D. at Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. She trained in Pediatrics followed by her Chief Residency at Rush University Medical Center. She graduated from her fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Gobin trained extensively in both adult and pediatric etiologies of food and environmental allergies, asthma and immunological disorders with world renowned mentors. During her fellowship, she completed research in asthma medication compliance. She is a board certified diplomate of the American Board of Allergy and Immunology.
Her dedication to medicine began at an early age and her interest in allergy and immunology grew significantly during residency. Dr. Gobin loves the intricacies associated with the field, including new discoveries leading to better patient care on a daily basis. She is fascinated by the impact of her field on the entire human body.
She cares immensely about providing the best care she can and strives to find an answer. She enjoys building relationships and providing continuous care for her patients. Dr. Gobin can speak English, Spanish, Gujarati and can understand Hindi.
Dr. Gobin lives in the northern suburbs of Chicago with her husband and children. Her free time is spent enjoying activities with her family and friends, photography and traveling.