Duke Ob/Gyn’s Maternal Fetal Medicine Division will direct key coursework and present innovative seminars at the 38th Annual SMFM Pregnancy Meeting
Research by primary investigator Lauren Cobb, MD, (former Duke Ob/Gyn Fellow) and mentor Angeles Alvarez Secord, MD, MHSc
Jennifer Eaton, MD, Lead Author of National Study That Identifies Best Method for Achieving a Healthy IVF Birth
Jennifer Eaton, MD, was the lead author on an IVF study comparing outcomes from frozen donor eggs vs.
Congratulations to Alice Cooper, OGNP, RNC, for completing the Duke Clinical Leadership Program and becoming a Fellow in the 2018 class of the DCLP
Katherine Bishop, MD, and Allison Puechl, MD, have each been awarded $3,000 in funding, made possible by grants from The Duke Endowment (TDE), for
Congratulations to the following Duke Ob/Gyn Doing Good in the Neighborhood raffle prize winners:
At this past week’s American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) conference, Duke Ob/Gyn’s REI Division was recognized for prestigious present
Duke Ob/Gyn was highly recognized at the recent Annual Pelvic Floor Disorders (PFD) Wee
Dr. Nazema Siddiqui has been awarded a grant in the amount of $47,297. This additional funding will help Dr.
Andrew Berchuck, MD; Angeles Alvarez Secord, MD; Haley A. Moss, MD, MBA; and Laura J.
Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health K12-Career Development Grant for Junior Faculty
High-Risk Pregnancy Experts Published Eight Specific Recommendations for Screening, Treatment and Management of Hepatitis C in Pregnancy
Congratulations to the following incoming Fellows, who recently matched with Duke Ob/Gyn: REI Kathryn Shaia, MD (Icahan SOM at Mou
For women who require oxytocin to either induce or augment labor, the optimal dose of oxytocin required to provide adequate uterine contraction str