Dr. Michael Bonidie

Dr. Michael Bonidie grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He attended the University of Pittsburgh for undergraduate education, where he graduated, Summa Cum Laude in 1988. He was awarded the prestigious University Scholar Award in 1987, which is given to the top two percent of undergraduate students. During his undergraduate career, he participated actively in two areas of research, liver transplantation and molecular biology. After a standout academic career, he matriculated at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, graduating in 1992. During his medical school career, he received an award of excellence in research at the 1991 UPMC Student Scientific Day.

Dr. Bonidie received his residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Virginia Commonwealth University-Medical College of Virginia. Currently, he is the Director of the Division of Urogynecology at the Western Pennsylvania Hospital. He is also the Ob/Gyn Residency Program Director. He has on four occasions during his time at West Pennsylvania Hospital been named Teacher of the Year by the Ob/Gyn Residents.

Dr. Bonidie has been a part of the Audia Caring Heritage Association family for many years. He was a part of the CT scanner "ribbon cutting" trip to San Giovanni in Fiore in 2002. He helped to host four physicians from Italy in 2004. He also arranged for several physicians and health care administrators from San Giovanni in Fiore to participate in a living donor liver transplant in Pittsburgh in 2006. Dr. Bonidie resides in Pittsburgh with his wife, Dr. Marianne Bonidie, and their two sons, Matthew and Nicholas.