2023 Resident and Fellow Research & Alumni Day

2023 Resident and Fellow Research & Alumni Day

June 28, 2023 @ 7:15 am – 1:30 pm
In-person event only. Alumni Center, MCW Medical Education Building
Kelly Morey
(414) 805-6658

Resident and Fellow Research and Alumni Day is an annual event where our residents and graduating fellow present their clinical, translational science, and educational research results within their residency and fellowship in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

You must register for this in-person event:

8:00amYiwen Cui, MD, MFM Fellow
O-GlcNAc transferase contributes to sex-specific placental deregulation in gestational diabetes

Mentor: Stephanie Olivier-Van Stichelen, PhD
8:15amLindsay McAlarnen, MD GYN ONC Fellow
Exosomal FXR1 as a translational mediator in the ovarian cancer microenvironment

Mentor:Pradeep Chaluvally-Raghavan, PhD
8:30amRebekah Summey, MD GYN ONC Fellow
Exploration and exploitation of hormonal pathways in adult granulosa cell tumors for development of targeted therapeutics

Mentors: Elizabeth Hopp, MD and Janet S. Rader, MD
8:45amAlex Levy, MD, R4
Is One Superior? Comparison of Early Removal Rates of Intrauterine Device versus Nexplanon Subdermal Implant in Women Ages 16-24 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Mentor: Jessica Francis, MD
9:00amRana Aliani, MD R3
Impact of Race, Insurance, and Procedural Timing on Sterilization Method

Mentor: Ben Beran, MD
9:15amMary Siracusa, MD R3
Determining Patients’ Preferred Ultrasound Provider During the Preoperative Evaluation of Endometriosis

Mentor: Ben Beran, MD
9:45amIman Khan, MD R3
Postpartum Care in a Post-COVID Era

Mentors: Amy Domeyer, MD and Erika Peterson, MD
10:00amBlake Neuburg, MD R3
Inpatient Versus Outpatient Management of Gestational Hypertension or Preeclampsia Without Severe Features

Mentor: Anna Palatnik, MD
10:15amAnkita Sarawagi, MD R3
Screening rates for intimate partner violence (IPV) in the OBGYN clinic from 2019 to 2022

Mentor: Kim Gecsi, MD
10:30amMargaret Bruce, MD R3
Evaluating Modern Contraceptive Methods as Risk Factors for Recurrent UTI’s

Mentor: Sumana Koduri, MD
11:00amThe Roland S. Cron Lecture:
Nandini Raghuraman, MD, MS
Fellowship Program Director, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Assistant Professor, OB/GYN
Washington University School of Medicine

"Moving Evidence into Clinical Practice on Labor & Delivery"
12:00pmQuestions for Dr. Raghuraman

Featuring The Roland S. Cron Lectureship

Guest Speaker

Nandini Raghuraman, MD MSCI
Fellowship Program Director, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Assistant Professor, OB/GYN
Washington University School of Medicine

About Dr. Raghuraman

Nandini Raghuraman, MD, MSCI, is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Washington University in St Louis and the MFM Fellowship Program Director. She is a NIH-funded physician scientist with expertise in Labor & Delivery clinical trials and implementation science in obstetrics. She has authored over 70 peer reviewed manuscripts and is currently leading a multicenter randomized trial investigating the effect of maternal oxygen supplementation in labor for fetal resuscitation.