Resident Research

Resident Research

Each Obstetrics and Gynecology resident is responsible for completing at least one research project during the four years of training. The goals of our Resident Research Program are as follows:

  1. Develop an understanding of clinical research and its application to the practice of medicine
  2. Understand the requirements for human research.
    1. Completion of "Collaborative IRB Training Initiative" web-based program to educate physicians in the area of human based research.
    2. Completion of at least one IRB approval process for research.
  3. Develop written and verbal communication skills by presenting a research project.
    1. Prepare a written research abstract in a prescribed format for presentation.
    2. Prepare a manuscript on approved research in a prescribed format for publication.
    3. Present a research project in a brief discussion, question format.
  4. Develop an improved understanding of statistical evaluation of data.

28th Annual Residents’ Research Day and Leon Steiner McGoogan Lecture 

Coming 2015!

Pictures from 2014 Residents' Research Day

Ob/Gyn Resident Presentation Resident Research 
Dr. Smith & Dr. Davis with guest speaker Dr. Maulik ResidentResearchPresentation

2014 Resident Research Projects