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  • Other Women’s Health Research - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery 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 Other Women s Health Research Effect of Hormone and Estrogen therapy cessation on Health and Quality of Life after publication of the Women s Health Initiative The goal of this study is to examine the effects of hormone therapy cessation on the development of the metabolic syndrome in women who stopped after the publication of the Women s Health Initiative the largest coordinated study of women s health ever undertaken These women are now 10 years past he event in 2002 we have an opportunity to look at the cessation of these medications and their effect on these subjects health This study involves recruiting patients at doctors offices Does hormone therapy delay increase in blood pressure after menopause This study will examine the public dataset of the Women s Health Initiative to see if there is an effect of withdrawal of hormone replacement and the development of hypertension 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 Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Midtown 51 West 51st St 3rd FL

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  • Basic Translational Research - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    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 Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Mission Our mission is to make discoveries and engage in research that promotes training of scientists and clinicians in research that fosters the development future research scientists and clinicians to become the future leaders in OB GYN and reproductive research The study of reproduction and embryonic development has recently flourished with the use of genetic mouse models Building on these studies our philosophy has been to use molecular cellular and computational methodologies coupled with genetic mouse models to identify key pathways in embryonic development reproduction and gynecological malignancies Our expertise includes the study of angiogenesis the construction of blood and lymphatic vessels Using mice we have identified pathways critical for angiogenesis fibrosis inflammation and tumor growth These models are advancing our knowledge of fertility pregnancy delivery and vascular disorders Our research is conducted in newly developed laboratories situated in the OB GYN department of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Research Center Overview The Division of Reproductive Sciences is organized to Discover Research and engage in Scholarly activities to increase our understanding of reproduction and to treat reproductive disorders and gynecological cancers We seek to Discover new mechanisms regulating reproduction and relate those discoveries to pathological situations important to women s health fertility and successful pregnancy The Research we conduct uses the mouse as a model to follow successful fertilization embryonic development tissue function and oncogenesis We model gynecological malignancies to understand the cancer inducing pathways and the role of new blood vessel development angiogenesis in tumor development Based upon this knowledge we have developed therapeutic agents that interfere with tumor angiogenesis and thus thwart tumor growth Scholarly activities include training and education of basic scientists physician scientists fellows and students in reproductive and cancer biology 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

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiaobgyn.org/basic-translational-research (2016-04-26)
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  • Division of Reproductive Sciences - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    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 Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Mission Our mission is to make discoveries and engage in research that promotes training of scientists and clinicians in research that fosters the development future research scientists and clinicians to become the future leaders in OB GYN and reproductive research The study of reproduction and embryonic development has recently flourished with the use of genetic mouse models Building on these studies our philosophy has been to use molecular cellular and computational methodologies coupled with genetic mouse models to identify key pathways in embryonic development reproduction and gynecological malignancies Our expertise includes the study of angiogenesis the construction of blood and lymphatic vessels Using mice we have identified pathways critical for angiogenesis fibrosis inflammation and tumor growth These models are advancing our knowledge of fertility pregnancy delivery and vascular disorders Our research is conducted in newly developed laboratories situated in the OB GYN department of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Research Center Overview The Division of Reproductive Sciences is organized to Discover Research and engage in Scholarly activities to increase our understanding of reproduction and to treat reproductive disorders and gynecological cancers We seek to Discover new mechanisms regulating reproduction and relate those discoveries to pathological situations important to women s health fertility and successful pregnancy The Research we conduct uses the mouse as a model to follow successful fertilization embryonic development tissue function and oncogenesis We model gynecological malignancies to understand the cancer inducing pathways and the role of new blood vessel development angiogenesis in tumor development Based upon this knowledge we have developed therapeutic agents that interfere with tumor angiogenesis and thus thwart tumor growth Scholarly activities include training and education of basic scientists physician scientists fellows and students in reproductive and cancer biology 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

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  • Our Team - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Research Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Gynecologic Oncology Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery 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 Our Team Investigators Jan Kitajewski PhD Director Division of Reproductive Sciences Carrie Shawber PhD Assistant Professor of Reproductive Sciences in OB GYN Surgery Obstetrics Gynecology Nataki C Douglas MD PhD Assistant Professor Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Joy Vink MD Assistant Professor Maternal Fetal Medicine Jason D Wright MD Assistant Clinical Professor Gynecologic Oncology Administration Michelle M DiVito RN MSN Administrative Director of Research Obstetrics Gynecology 212 305 2977 Briana Falco Administrative Coordinator Division of Reproductive Sciences 212 851 4685 Contact Us For inquiries related to the Division of Reproductive Science please contact Briana Falco Administrative Coordinator Division of Reproductive Sciences 212 851 4685 bf2326 columbia edu 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 Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Midtown 51 West 51st St 3rd FL between 5th and 6th Ave New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Rockland 516 Route 303 Orangeburg NY 10962 Columbia Ob Gyn

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  • Areas of Focus - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    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 Areas of Focus Early blood and lymphatic vascular development and vascular anomalies The process of cardiovascular and lymphatic vascular development is critical for fetal development Our group focuses on angio and lymphagiogenic signaling pathways that drive these processes using genetic mouse models We study fetal abnormalities associated aneuploidies that result in vascular defects and contribute to nuchal edema As part of a collaborative research group with Dr June Wu Plastic Surgery we study the causes of vascular anomalies such as infantile hemangioma and lymphatic malformations These studies focus on the stem cell origin of these diseases Participants Dr Carrie Shawber Dr Jan Kitajewski Collaborators Dr June Wu Reproductive angiogenesis We have identified key roles for the VEGF VEGF Receptor and Notch signaling pathways in ovarian uterine and placental angiogenesis Using mouse models we probe angiogenic factor function in folliculogenesis corpus luteum formation and uterine function to understand normal fertility New studies have been initiated to address a role for macrophages and inflammatory cytokines in reproductive organs Participants Dr Nataki Douglas Dr Jan Kitajewski Dr Carrie Shawber Cervical remodeling during pregnancy Successful pregnancy depends on proper cervical function and remodeling during delivery a process driven by matrix metallo proteinases MMPs that act on extracellular matrix components ECM Our group uses mutant mice deficient in MMPs and Anthrax Toxin Receptors to understand ECM remodeling of the cervix and uterus during pregnancy These murine studies complement the work of investigators in the Collaborative Cervical Research Group at Columbia University which studies cervical structure and dysfunction in preterm birth including Ron Wapner OB GYN Kristin Myers Bioengineering Participants Dr Joy Vink Dr Jan Kitajewski Collaborators Dr Ron Wapner Kristin Myers George Gallos Gynecological tumors and tumor angiogenesis Building on the development of novel anti angiogenic agents Notch1 decoys we are evaluating how inhibition of either VEGF and or Notch can complement other chemotherapeutic agents in the treatment of ovarian cancer and other gynecological malignancies A recently launched effort uses a systems biology approach to understand the molecular mechanisms of platinum resistance in ovarian cancer Participants Dr Jason Wright Dr Jan Kitajewski Collaborators Andrea Califano 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

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  • Significant Publications - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    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 Significant Publications Anthrax toxin receptor 2 functions in ECM homeostasis of the murine reproductive tract and promotes MMP activity Reeves CV Wang X Charles Horvath PC Vink JY Borisenko VY Young JA Kitajewski JK PLoS One 2012 7 4 e34862 Epub 2012 Apr 17 PMID 22529944 A role for Notch signaling in trophoblast endovascular invasion and in the pathogenesis of pre eclampsia Hunkapiller NM Gasperowicz M Kapidzic M Plaks V Maltepe E Kitajewski J Cross JC Fisher SJ Development 2011 Jul 138 14 2987 98 PMID 21693515 Vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 2 VEGFR 2 functions to promote uterine decidual angiogenesis during early pregnancy in the mouse Douglas NC Tang H Gomez R Pytowski B Hicklin DJ Sauer CM Kitajewski J Sauer MV Zimmermann RC Endocrinology 2009 Aug 150 8 3845 54 Epub 2009 Apr 30 PMID 19406950 Notch alters VEGF responsiveness in human and murine endothelial cells by direct regulation of VEGFR 3 expression Shawber CJ Funahashi Y Francisco E Vorontchikhina M Kitamura Y Stowell SA Borisenko V Feirt N Podgrabinska S Shiraishi K Chawengsaksophak K Rossant J Accili D Skobe M Kitajewski J J Clin Invest 2007 Nov 117 11 3369 82 PMID 17948123 Notch signaling functions in lymphatic valve formation Murtomaki A Uh MK Kitajewski C Zhao J Nagasaki T Shawber CJ Kitajewski J Development 2014 Jun 141 12 2446 51 doi 10 1242 dev 101188 PMID 24917500 PubMed in process NOTCH2 expression is decreased in epithelial ovarian cancer and is related to the tumor histological subtype Galic V Shawber CJ Reeves C Shah M Murtomaki A Wright J Herzog T Tong GX Kitajewski J Pathol Discov 2013 Aug 16 1 4 PMID 24707357 Notch1 functions as a negative regulator of lymphatic endothelial cell differentiation in the venous endothelium Murtomaki A Uh MK Choi YK Kitajewski C Borisenko V Kitajewski J Shawber CJ Development 2013 Jun 140 11 2365 76 doi 10 1242 dev 083865 Epub 2013 Apr 24 PMID 23615281 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

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  • Trainee Opportunities - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Research Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Gynecologic Oncology Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery 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 Trainee Opportunities Postdoctoral Position TUMOR ANGIOGENESIS Basic mechanisms and therapeutic approaches A postdoctoral position is available to study Notch in tumor angiogenesis with an emphasis on basic mechanisms and or therapeutic targeting Experience with genetic analysis using mice or tumor modeling in mice preferred Individuals with a background in angiogenesis tumor biology immunology or signal transduction will be considered Send or email curriculum vitae brief statement of experience and names of three references to Jan Kitajewski PhD Irving Cancer Research Center Columbia University Medical Center 1130 St Nicholas Avenue New York NY 10032 Jkk9 columbia edu Columbia University is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer 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 Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Midtown 51 West 51st St 3rd FL between 5th and 6th Ave New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Rockland 516 Route 303 Orangeburg NY 10962 Columbia Ob Gyn

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  • Epidemiology & Biostatistics - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery 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 Overview The overarching goals of the Section of Epidemiology and Biostatistics are to engage and foster cutting edge research to improve women s health Our section is part of Columbia University Medical Center s Division of Research in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology The missions of the Section are three fold To enhance research in perinatal reproductive and women s health To develop and apply innovative statistical approaches to studies in human reproduction To excel in training the next generation of researchers by transmitting the very foundations of research to rigorously apply epidemiology and biostatistics methods to population based and clinical studies on human reproduction We strive for excellence in teaching to clearly transmit the principles of epidemiology and biostatistics the building blocks of research to medical students residents fellows and faculty the department Our goal is to generate knowledge by unraveling new and innovative paradigms allowing us to understand disease etiologies and adverse outcomes that underlie complications that affect women s and newborn s health We strive hard to accomplish these goals 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 Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New

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