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.
2015 Resident Research Projects
Sara Babcock Gilbert, MD
Indications for Primary Cesarean Delivery at an Institution with a Low Cesarean Rate Compared with the Consortium on Safe Labor Cohort
Amber Fontenot Ferriss, MD
Risk of hemorrhage during dilation and evacuation for second-trimester intrauterine fetal demise
Factors Influencing Mode of Delivery in Candidates for Operative Vaginal Delivery in Modern Practice
Aaron Lazorwitz, MD
The effect of carbamazepine on the etonogestrel contraceptive implant: an evaluation of phamacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters
Short-term treatment of unacceptable bleeding for etonogestrel implant users using a 14-dayOCP regimen: A randomized controlled study
Gisela Rodriguez-Riesco, MD
Motivating factors for glycemic control in low-acculturation reproductive-aged Latina diabetic women
Patient adherence to management recommendations in patients diagnosed with high-grade cervical dysplasia
Claire Schultz, MD and Nicole Larrea, MD
A qualitative assessment of community attitudes and barriers to family planning use in the Trifinio region of southwest Guatemala