The first locally transmitted cases of the Zika virus confirmed in Miami-Dade County last summer sparked a worldwide frenzy. Miamians who were pregnant or hoping to get knocked up were especially spooked. Reliable information was scarce, and panic was a real possibility. Luckily, Miami had Dr. Christine Curry ready to help. Curry, who teaches and practices obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Miami Hospital and Jackson Memorial Hospital, was thrust into the media spotlight because of her experience in treating pregnant women with Zika, which can cause severe birth defects. She was fighting in the front trenches of a scary new outbreak, but her calm, collected, and professional demeanor on local and national news became the voice of reason for many viewers during this frightening time. Curry even penned a widely read in-depth essay for Time detailing her experience as an ob-gyn treating Zika-infected patients. She is just as calm and professional in person as she appears on camera, and she puts her patients at ease so they feel comfortable asking tough questions. Whether you're a patient or just a resident hoping for reasoned, nonhyperbolic news about Zika, Curry is the doctor you want at the examination table.