Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Resident Research Day

Karen Davis, D.O., and Associate Program Director Ted Talbot, M.D.
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.

2017 Resident Research Presentations

  • Allison Briggs, D.O., R3
    (Lindheim, Yaklic)
    "Expanded Genetic Carrier Screening (E-GCS) in Clinical Practice: A Current Survey of Physician Impressions and Attitudes"
  • Shannon Madison, M.D., R3
    “Comparison of Resident Performance on the Obstetrics and Gynecology In- · Training Examination after Implementation of a New Academic Curriculum"
  • Kim Lincenberg, M.D., R3
    “Hysteroscopic Morcellation and Tissue Effects: An Ex Vivo Feasibility Study”
  • Anthony Eschliman, D.O., R3
    “Role of Conservative Management in Unilateral Tubal Occlusion”
  • Kara Griffiths M.D., R3
    Madison, Griffiths, Eschliman, Davis, Lincenberg. Briggs not pictured.
    “Cesarean Wound Risk Assessment and Management (CRAM) Quality Improvement Program”
  • Karen Davis , D.O., R3 - First Place Winner
    (McKenna, Sonek)
    “First trimester prediction of preeclampsia and fetal growth restriction using uterine artery doppler, maternal blood pressure, maternal characteristics, placental volume, and maternal serum factors (pregnancy associated plasma protein a, placental growth factor, alpha-fetoprotein, and free beta human chorionic gonadotropin”
Last edited on 09/21/2017.