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  • Educational Objectives - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Educational Objectives The department has established the following educational objectives for its residency program CREOG Primary Care Pap Smear Screening Guidelines Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Allen Hospital Obstetrics Family Planning Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility and Ultrasound Benign Gynecology Gynecologic Oncology Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Scarsdale 696 White Plains

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  • Curriculum - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Curriculum First Year Clinical Rotations The rotational assignments in the PGY 1 year are designed to develop a strong foundation in the fundamental concepts of obstetrics and gynecology Residents receive training in basic ultrasound techniques by spending time in our state of the art obstetrics and gynecology ultrasound units during the REI Ultrasound block A rotation in Primary and Preventive Ambulatory Care provides residents with a firm clinical base on which to build their skills in patient care Obstetrics Benign Gynecology Gyn Oncology Family Planning REI Ultrasound Primary and Preventive Ambulatory Care Allen OB GYN Second Year Resident Rotations Residents in the PGY 2 year are given increased clinical responsibilities and exercise a greater role in the management of patients on all services Residents are able to solidify their understanding of the basic concepts in obstetrics and gynecology and participate in more advanced procedures Obstetrics Benign Gynecology Gyn Oncology Family Planning REI Ultrasound Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinical Curriculum Third Year The PGY 3 year affords residents the opportunity to concentrate on their mastery of surgical skills and the development of comprehensive management practices Residents learn to serve as consultants to other specialties on the OB GYN Consult and Clinic rotation and work closely with our MFM fellows and faculty in the care of antepartum patients with complex obstetrical problems Third year residents also have an Elective rotation which they may use to pursue specialized clinical training or research either in house or at an outside institution Minimally Invasive Gyn Surgery Obstetrics Benign Gynecology Maternal Fetal Medicine OB GYN Consult and Clinic REI Ultrasound UroGyn Pediatric and Adolescent Gyn Elective Clinical Curriculum Fourth Year During the PGY 4 year chief residents assume the responsibility of managing each service as they prepare to become independent practitioners An integral part of their role is to supervise and teach junior residents and medical students Chiefs also continue to expand their surgical repertoire as they complete advanced training in the gynecologic subspecialities including oncology reproductive endocrinology and infertility urogynecology and reconstructive pelvic surgery Minimally Invasive Gyn Surgery Obstetrics Benign Gynecology Gyn Oncology REI Ultrasound UroGyn Pediatric and Adolescent Gyn Elective Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions

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  • Conferences & Didactic Sessions - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Conferences Didactic Sessions Morbidity and Mortality Conference Thursday is the academic day for the entire Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology The day begins with the M M conference in which interesting cases from each service are presented by members of the house staff and are followed by lively and thoughtful discussion from the faculty and other members of the department Grand Rounds Weekly Grand Rounds follow the M M conference and feature presentations from within our faculty as well as many distinguished visiting guest speakers Each second third and fourth year resident is also required to give one Grand Rounds presentation each year and these talks are often the highlight of the morning session Resident Didactic Lecture Series A core Resident Didactic Lecture Series supplements the experience gained on clinical rotations to round out the comprehensive post graduate curriculum Residents attend this weekly lecture series every Thursday morning following Grand Rounds Fetal Heart Rate Tracing Rounds FHR Tracing Rounds are conducted at Board Turnover on Labor Delivery Prenatal Pediatrics Conference A Prenatal Pediatrics Conference is held weekly Complex high risk pregnancies involving issues such as fetal anomalies congenital heart defects and genetic syndromes are discussed in a multidisciplinary setting with colleagues from Neonatology Pediatric Surgery Anesthesia and other relevant specialties Gynecology Conference A TGIF conference is held every Friday morning Preoperative cases are discussed with supervising faculty and often an ACOG practice bulletin or a review of the recent literature on a particular gynecologic topic will be presented by a resident with discussion facilitated by a rotating faculty preceptor Obstetrics Journal Club An OB Journal Club is held every month with the presentation of an interesting paper by a member of the house staff and a critical discussion and review of the topic led by an MFM fellow or faculty member Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women

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  • Research - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    into clinical care The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Columbia University Medical Center performs world class basic translational and clinical research involving women their pregnancies and their reproductive health as well as on their newborns Resources have been dedicated to create a smoothly operating department based research infrastructure composed of experienced well established investigators and a dedicated support staff This has led to the creation of a formal research structure within the department and the recruitment of additional expertise to develop programs in perinatal reproductive epidemiology biostatistics and database creation and management These resources complement the existing staff of over 40 clinical research personnel This environment assures continued research growth positions us to remain the dominant OB GYN thought leader in the metropolitan New York area and beyond and creates an environment rich with resources to train residents fellows and junior faculty in research The Columbia University s Department of OB GYN has worked diligently to create on the New York Presbyterian Hospital NYPH campus a culture where research is an integral part of patient care This has required that all attending physicians fellows residents medical students and staff become accustomed to following clinical investigational protocols and all patients are seen as potential study subjects This culture transition has been driven by a critical mass of academic full time faculty with sufficient interest and skill to perform clinical research the presence of a diverse and educated patient population willing to participate in research initiatives and the emergence of an environment in which all staff accept participation in research initiatives as a major role of a teaching institution This environment not only improves care but enhances Columbia s and NYPHs longstanding reputation for excellence in clinical care and research and has produced a large volume of publications and presentations General gynecology reproductive genetics maternal fetal medicine gynecologic oncology family planning and prenatal diagnosis are all areas of active clinical research These areas of interest coupled with a strong clinical base and top notch researchers position us to be the leaders in our field and provide a rich environment for resident education in the area of research Purpose The goal of the research curriculum is to improve resident education in research and stimulate residents to become life long active learners and scientific participants by enhancing their participation in clinical or basic science investigation and scholarly activities The research curriculum will offer residents a conducive and supportive environment for scientific investigation education and scholarship under the supervision of a chosen mentor and training from our researchers The primary requirement is that residents plan and demonstrate a significant contribution to the project and deliver a coherent presentation of their work and research findings At the completion of the residency program each resident will be able to Demonstrate in depth knowledge of the scientific basis of his or her project Demonstrate knowledge of the applicable scientific design methodology Interpret data appropriately under the supervision and with the support of his her mentor and or

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  • Curriculum - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    GCP CITI HIPAA Conflict of Interest Certification Mentor Identification Each resident year will be assigned an overall mentor to ensure that each resident is on track with the research curriculum This mentor will follow your research progress throughout your residency Mandatory Attendance at All monthly Journal Club Sessions PGY2 Didactic Curriculum PGY2 residents will be expected to attend a lecture series 7 lectures in total plus homework assignments and a final exam on Principles and Concepts in Epidemiology and Biostatistics Homework will be assigned and residents will be graded on them Lecture topics will include Introduction to Epidemiology Epidemiologic Reasoning and Causal Inference Measures of Disease Frequency Epidemiologic Measures of Effect Epidemiologic Study Designs Criteria for Scoring Study Designs Confounding and Effect Measure Modification and How to Review Write a Peer Reviewed Manuscript A final exam will be required The course will be graded as Pass Fail Mentor Identification Identification of a Research Project Mentor once area of interest has been identified Development of Research Hypothesis Protocol and Ethics Approval Develop a proposal protocol to solve the research question conduct an appropriate literature search based on the research question identify consult and collaborate with the appropriate content experts to conduct research and propose a methodological approach to solve the question Formal presentation of research hypothesis presentation to Core Group in PGY2 year Prepare and submit application for Institutional Review Board IRB or IACUC approval Meet with mentor at least quarterly to assess progress Mandatory Attendance at all monthly Journal Club Sessions PGY2 PGY3 Perform Research Collect the data Analyze the results Meet with Mentor at least quarterly to assess progress Mandatory Attendance at all monthly Journal Club Sessions PGY3 Presentation Meet with Mentor at least quarterly to assess progress Present results of the research at the annual Sloane Academic Assembly at completion of PGY3 year May include presenting project in progress Mandatory Attendance at all monthly Journal Club Sessions PGY3 PGY4 Presentation Meet with Mentor at least quarterly to assess progress Present findings at National e g SOGC APOG conference Publication Meet with Mentor at least quarterly to assess progress Write up and submit publish to a peer reviewed journal by completion of PGY4 year Mandatory Attendance at all monthly Journal Club Sessions Expectations of the Research Mentor Provide advice with regard to the research objectives clinical applicability and feasibility of completing the research project within the specified period of time Provide support and encouragement Provide direction with regard to potential sources of grant funding for the research project Advise with regard to potential collaborators who may have significant contributions to the project Review research proposals and results and provide an ongoing critique throughout the research period Assist the senior to prepare any required submissions to the Institutional Review Board or the Animal Care Committee and ensure that the appropriate approvals have been obtained prior to commencement of the study Critique any draft manuscripts abstracts and review all grant applications Advise critique the preparation for any presentations Serve as an

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  • Publications & Presentations - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Publications Presentations Our residents are actively involved in research in all areas of our specialty Here are some examples of ongoing research projects Victoria Fratto MD Going out on a limb for a difficult diagnosis a case report Pessel C Fratto V Laifer Narin S Simpson LL Nhan Chang CL Clin Imaging 2014 Jan Feb 38 1 63 6 doi 10 1016 j clinimag 2013 08 013 Epub 2013 Sep 29 Erin George MD Safety and tolerance of radical hysterectomy for cervical cancer in the elderly George EM Tergas AI Ananth CV Burke WM Lewin SN Prendergast E Neugut AI Hershman DL Wright JD Gynecol Oncol 2014 Jul 134 1 36 41 doi 10 1016 j ygyno 2014 04 010 Epub 2014 Apr 24 Unintended consequences surgical complications in gynecologic cancer Horvath S George E Herzog TJ Womens Health Lond Engl 2013 Nov 9 6 595 604 doi 10 2217 whe 13 60 Sarah Horvath MD Unintended consequences surgical complications in gynecologic cancer Horvath S George E Herzog TJ Womens Health Lond Engl 2013 Nov 9 6 595 604 doi 10 2217 whe 13 60 Saila Moni MD The effect of intramuscular progesterone on the rate of cervical shortening Pessel C Moni S Zork N Brubaker S Vink J Fuchs K Nhan Chang CL Ananth CV Gyamfi Bannerman C Am J Obstet Gynecol 2013 Sep 209 3 269 e1 7 doi 10 1016 j ajog 2013 05 027 Epub 2013 Jun 6 Chantae Sullivan Pyke MD VEGFR 1 blockade disrupts peri implantation decidual angiogenesis and macrophage recruitment Douglas NC Zimmermann RC Tan QK Sullivan Pyke CS Sauer MV Kitajewski JK Shawber CJ Vasc Cell 2014 Aug 1 6 16 doi 10 1186 2045 824X 6 16 eCollection 2014 Successful pregnancy following assisted reproduction and transmyometrial embryo transfer in a patient with anatomical distortion of the cervical canal Sullivan Pyke CS Kort DH Sauer MV Douglas NC Syst Biol Reprod Med 2014 Aug 60 4 234 8 doi 10 3109 19396368 2014 917386 Epub 2014 May 5 Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital

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  • Policies & Procedures - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Policies Procedures Click on any of the links below to view the corresponding policies and procedures Administrative Responsibilities Policy Conference Reimbursement Policy Duty Hours Policy Disciplinary Policy Appeals Process Grievance Policy Procedure Leave of Absence LOA Policy Moonlighting Policy Selection Evaluation Promotion Dismissal Policy Social Media Policy Procedure Supervision Policy Well Being Physician Impairment Policy Work Environment Policy Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women

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  • Meet Our Current Residents - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Meet Our Current Residents Just as our patient population comes from all walks of life and from all corners of the world so do our residents Residency is filled with challenges and triumphs Our residents go through this experience as a team and as a tightly knit family PGY 1 Noelle Breslin MD Medical School Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland School of Medicine Stephanie Cham MD Medical School University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine Rosa Cui MD Medical School Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons Lisa Gabor MD Medical School Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Adina Goldberger MD Medical School Northwestern University The Feinberg School of Medicine Olivia Myrick MD Medical School University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine PGY 2 Caity Baptiste MD Medical School Emory University School of Medicine Arielle Gumer MD Medical School George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Ben Margolis MD Medical School Yale University School of Medicine Devon Rupley MD Medical School University of Michigan Medical School Deepika Sagaram MD Medical School The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University Denise Umpierrez MD Medical School Emory University School of Medicine PGY 3 Top Clifton Brock MD Medical School University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Undergraduate University of Illinois Marianne DiNapoli MD Medical School Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons Undergraduate College of the Holy Cross Anne Holland MD Medical School Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons Undergraduate Stanford University Jen Hsu MD Medical School University of Virginia School of Medicine Undergraduate University of Virginia Sol Jorge MD Medical School Yale University School of Medicine Undergraduate Harvard University Devin Smith MD Medical School Brown University Alpert Medical School Undergraduate Harvard University PGY 4 Top Amanda Adeleye MD Medical School Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons Undergraduate Washington University in St Louis Shannon DeVore MD Medical School University of California Irvine School of Medicine Undergraduate Princeton University Cassandra Duffy MD Medical School Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine Undergraduate Johns Hopkins University Sarah Horvath MD Medical School University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Undergraduate University of California Katherine Ludlow MD Medical School Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine Undergraduate University of Pennsylvania Sonali Patankar MD Medical School New York Medical College School of Medicine Undergraduate Georgetown University Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an

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