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SPARCC Program

This program will recruit underrepresented minority undergraduate students from surrounding institutions to participate in an 8-week summer cancer clinical trials research program. This knowledge and workforce development experience is grounded in principles of adult-learning and pedagogical content knowledge to immerse students in evidence-based medicine and research methodologies. SPARCC will also engage students in a range of professional development opportunities to seek local and regional employment as well as advanced graduate degrees.
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Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Fellowship Program

Our Fellowship Program includes training subspecialists in Maternal Fetal Medicine who are excellent clinicians capable of providing comprehensive care for pregnant women with medical, obstetric or surgical complications which impact the health of the mother, fetus or both.
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Research

We carry out research by faculty and residents in women’s health care spanning from gynecologic oncology, to general obstetrics and gynecology, urogynecology, maternal fetal care, and reproductive medicine. We have upwards of 100 studies open and approved with the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at any given time.

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Clinical Trials for Women

We provide clinical trials aimed to accomplish defined objectives that range from conception to end of life: improving reproductive and fetal health, developing fertility research, addressing post-menopausal women’s health issues and creating a world class gynecologic cancer research program.
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Women's Mental Health Services

The Women’s Mental Health service specializes in the treatment of women with mental health issues who are actively attempting conception, struggling with infertility, currently pregnant, or within six months post-delivery. We provide sub-specialty care within the field of perinatal psychiatry, specializing in the use of psychotropic medications in pregnancy and breast-feeding, as well as provide psychotherapy services.

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Our Reproductive Medicine Clinic Among the Highest Single Embryo Transfer Rate

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You can make a difference.

Please consider making a contribution to help with Women's Health Research, our residency program and/or lectureships.

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Welcome

We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of primary and specialty healthcare for women in a compassionate and responsive manner.

The department provides expertise in all aspects of women’s health including high-risk maternal-fetal medicine, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, pediatric and adolescent gynecology, minimally invasive surgery, female urinary incontinence, and oncology.

Our student clerkships and residency program are among the best in obstetrics and gynecology. Our newly accredited Maternal Fetal Fellowship started July 2015. I encourage you to explore the website and learn more about the clinical care, education programs, research activities and community interactions of the department.

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Latest News

Oral Medication Improves Survival Outcomes for Ovarian Cancer Patients

Oral Medication Improves Survival Outcomes for Ovarian Cancer Patients

Women with ovarian cancer who were treated with the oral PARP inhibitor olaparib experienced longer progression-free survival, according to an international study presented at the… Read More ›

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Dr. Kristina Kaljo – article author of “No Room to “Lean In”: A Qualitative Study on Gendered Barriers to Promotion and Leadership”

Kristina Kaljo, PhD, Assistant Professor and Clerkship Co-Director, is the lead author of the newly published article on No Room to “Lean In”: A Qualitative… Read More ›


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