We strongly support student interest in the area of Women's Health. Due to limited student enrollment in the Women's Health Track, we are not enrolling new students.
The Track will continue to operate for currently enrolled students until their graduation.
There are several options to support students interested in Women's Health at the University of Colorado School of Medicine:
- Mentored Scholarly Activity-For students interested in exploring interests around a 4 year mentored scholarly project in any area of Women's Health, please contact Allan Prochazka (Director, Mentored Scholarly Activity). Several departments, programs, and Centers are actively involved in women's health research. Examples include the Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pediatrics (maternal/fetal health), the Department of Medicine (diabetes and heart disease), the Cancer Center (breast cancer, ovarian cancer), and the Molecular Biology Program (breast cancer). Judy Regensteiner, PhD is the Director of the Center for Women's Health Research and she can also be contacted to explore potential research projects.
- OB/GYN Student Interest Group-This is a voluntary opportunity for medical students to learn about the field of obstetrics and gynecology. Christine Conageski, MD can give you more information if you are interested in joining this group.
- Career advice in OB/GYN- Contact Christine Conageski, MD