As members of a prestigious research community at UW-Madison, it is our mission to foster a passion for obstetric and gynecological research through mentorship and training, as well as to educate future scientists and physicians in the integration of ideas through interdisciplinary and collaborative biomedical research.
Such a strong foundation incorporates every facet of the research process: from the laboratory bench where fundamental science is developed and conducted, to the doctors applying cutting-edge research and developed technology in the field.
As such, research conducted in a state-of-the-art clinical department are translated to real-world results and are instrumental in cultivating a higher quality of patient care for a healthy and bright future for all women, infants and children.
UW Ob-Gyn Gynecologic Oncology fellow Janelle Sobecki, MD discussed her study “Bone loss and osteoporosis risk in younger gynecologic cancer survivors”, which was included in the 2020 Society of … more
Congratulations to UW Ob-Gyn Division of Reproductive and Population Health Director and UW-Madison Prevention Research Center Director Deborah Ehrenthal, MD! She received five years of funding … more
Research conducted by Jenny Higgins, PhD, of the UW Ob-Gyn Division of Reproductive and Population Health on contraceptive use in queer and sexual minority women was featured on the website Public … more