Dr. Morgan Wolfe
Preoperative Factors That Predict The Need To Morcellate During Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
Rothman Research Day
Research training is incorporated throughout the residency program, and each resident is required to complete one publishable clinical or basic science research project. Working with a member of the full-time faculty, residents select and carry out this project over the course of their residency, culminating with a presentation at the David Rothman Resident Research Day held annually in the spring.
All residents are invited to present at the research day, though participation is required just once to complete the residency.
Projects are judged by faculty members, who present the David Rothman Resident Research Award to the most outstanding research endeavor. Competition has been keen in past years with many impressive presentations and future publications in journals such as “Obstetrics and Gynecology,” “The New England Journal of Medicine,” and “The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.” In fact, many of our residents publish two or more original research manuscripts during their residency.
2017 Rothman Research Day
Friday, April 28, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., Wohl Auditorium
Guest speaker: Rodald D. Alvarez, MD, MBA, Betty and Lonnie S. Burnett, Professor, Chairman and Clinical Service Chief Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Past research project winners and event programs
Dr. Morgan Wolfe
Dr. Violet Klenov
The Effect of Pyrroloquinoline Quinone On Meiotic Progression In Aged Mouse Oocytes Fed A Control And High Fat Diet
Dr. Rachel Zigler
The Use Of Long Acting Reversible Contraception Amongst Ob/Gyn Residents: Does Formal Contraception And Abortion Training Make A Difference?
Dr. Kasey Reynolds
The Adverse Effect of Obesity/High Fat Diet on Oocyte Quality and Metabolism is not Reversible with Resumption of Regular Diet in Mice
Dr. Janine Spain
Time from Uterine Incision to Delivery and Hypoxic Neonatal Outcomes
Medical school graduates can enter the Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program immediately after graduation, applying through ERAS or ECFMG.