All residents present a research project on a designated resident research day at the end of their third year of residency.
This is attended by a large number of faculty and nearly all residents. The graduating senior class also invites a Visiting Professor for a lecture presentation. Clinics and elective surgeries are not scheduled for this day. Each resident has a faculty mentor who assists and advises the resident in the conduct and presentation of this project. Residents submit written proposals for research, with an identified mentor, by the end of the PGY-2. There is a six-week elective rotation block in the PGY-2, which may be used as research time, or the resident may conduct his or her research during other times of the year.
Effects of Delayed Cord Clamping on the Newborn Infant
Heather Mattick, M.D. and Johanne Python, M.D.
Discontinuation of Tocolytics for Preterm Labor in an Academic Safety Net Hospital:Impact on Neonatal Outcomes
Kara Alexandrovic, M.D.
Outcomes of Essure Hysteroscopic Sterilization in an Academic Safety Net Hospital
Kara Brogan Lohmeyer, M.D.
Differential Estrogen Regulation of Ovarian Cancer MicroRNAs Integrates BRCA1 and Progesterone Receptor Pathways
Erin Medlin, M.D.
Colposcopy for ASCUS/HPV+ and LSIL pap smears in pregnancy: Does it change management?
Alison Patterson, M.D.
Semen Parameters In Young Male Cancer Patients Choosing Sperm Cryopreservation: Does Standard World Health Organization (WHO) Criteria Apply?
Lauren A. Ross M.D
An Analysis of Outcomes in a Resident Training Program with the Dual Console DaVinci® Robot Operating System
Amanda R. Ryan, M.D.
Gestational Diabetes: Follow Up Care After Pregnancy in a Safety Net Hospital
Emily Schneider, M.D.