The last few months of pregnancy are a good time for expectant mothers to think about the birth of their baby.
Duke Women’s Health has created a COVID-19 Resource Guide in English and Spanish for patients and families, distributed to all Ob/
When Duke's lab facilities closed due to COVID-19, those who traditionally spend the majority of their professional time at the "bench" doing resea
Duke Ob/Gyn residents are accustomed to happy surprises and the joy that often accompanies them.
The Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation Endowment Fund has awarded $5,000 to Urogynecology Fellow Michele O'Shea, MD, for a s
Jeff Federspiel, MD, PhD, MFM Fellow, has been named a Duke CTSA TL1 Scholar.
Important takeaways about COVID-19 in pregnancy are shared by Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist Brenna Hughes, MD, MSc in this ABC Perspectives in
Brenna Hughes, MD, MSc, Featured on SMFM COVID-19 in Pregnancy: What MFMs Need to Know Podcast Series
Brenna Hughes, MD, MSc, Maternal-Fetal Medicine Division Chief, was interviewed for the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM)
Duke Ob/Gyn faculty Brenna Hughes, MD, MSc, Division Chief of Maternal-Fetal Medicine; and Sarah Dotters-Katz, MD, MMHPE
Congratulations to Brittany Davidson, MD, who graduated from the APGO (Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics)/CRE