Welcome to the Resident Class of 2022, which joined Duke Ob/Gyn last week.
Congratulations to the following Fellows joining Duke Ob/Gyn this year: REI Kathryn Shaia, MD (Icahn SOM at Mount Sinai, NY);
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Complications from measles during pregnancy are higher than expected for age-comparable, non-pregnant women.
Duke Ob/Gyn has welcomed Dipali Pandya as a systems analyst.
After early pregnancy loss, grief, anger or anxiety about another pregnancy are common.
Duke Ob/Gyn is proud to announce the 2017-2018 Appleseed Resident Teaching Award recipients and Honorable Mention recognitions.
Geeta Swamy, MD & Duke Pediatrics' Sallie Permar, MD, PhD, Receive Grant To Study Zika, Fetal Outcomes
Geeta Swamy, MD, and colleague Sallie Permar, MD, PhD (Duke Pediatrics), have been awarded a $400,000 NIH grant as Principal Investigators for a st
Sarahn Wheeler, MD, has been selected as a 2018 Health Disparities Research Institute (HDRI) Scholar.
Research by Susan Murphy, PhD, on Epigenetic Effects of Parental Exposures on Offspring Published in Clinical Practice Today
Susan Murphy, PhD, Division Chief of Reproductive Sciences, is featured in a Q&A in Duke Health's Clinical Practice Today
Fellows Monique Vaughan MD (FPMRS) & Kelly Acharya MD (REI) have been selected to participate in the Clinician Scientist Annual NICHD Conferenc
The United States has one of the highest rates of preterm birth—up to 10 percent of all pregnancies—in the world.