Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Resident Research Day

Resident Research Day is held every May. All of our third-year residents present to the faculty, residents, medical students and medical community in attendance. They are judged on their research presentations and an award is given to the top resident.

2019 Resident Research Presentations

  • Keshia Torres-Shafer, MD, R3 – First Place Winner (Wiegand) A Comparison of Quantified Versus Estimated Blood Lost At The Time of Cesarean Delivery
  • Trisha Tomkins, MD, R3 (Croom, Sonek, McKenna) The Predictive Value of Antenatal Obstetrical Ultrasound Parameters for Neonatal Survival in Preterm Birth at Less Than 26 Weeks Gestation
  • Michelle Durrant, MD, R3 (Yaklic) Evaluation of Vitamin D with and without Hormonal Contraception on Sexual Function (SF) in Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Danielle Holland, MD, R3 (Wiegand) Outcomes of Delayed Pushing in the Nulliparous and Multiparous Population
  • Emily Kemner, DO, R3 (Lindheim) Perspectives Among Successful Gay Fathers Utilizing In Vitro Fertilization and Gestational Carriers
  • Morgan Salomon, MD, R3 (Yaklic, Talbot, Galloway) Cesarean Wound Risk Assessment and Management (CRAM): Phase 2 of a Quality Improvement Study
Last edited on 10/17/2019.