Farewell, Residency Class of 2024!

This week, we say goodbye to the UW Department of Ob-Gyn Residency Class of 2024! Read more about where these brilliant physicians are headed after residency, what they’ll miss about Madison, and how their time here set them up for success in the future. Congratulations, Class of 2024!India Anderson-Carter, MD:Where will you be going and what will you be doing after UW Ob-Gy... more

Grand Rounds: Anderson-Carter presents “Wisconsin Maternal Mortality: An Overview of Where We Are and Next Steps”

On April 4, 2024, UW Department of Ob-Gyn resident India Anderson-Carter, MD, PGY-4, presented the Grand Rounds lecture “Wisconsin Maternal Mortality: An Overview of Where We Are and Next Steps.”In the lecture, Anderson-Carter illustrated the trend of maternal mortality in the U.S. and how it correlates to Wisconsin’s maternal mortality, while also discussing substance abuse... more

Welcome India Anderson-Carter to Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn

India Anderson-Carter, MD, has accepted an offer to join the ASOG Division as an assistant professor (CHS), effective August 1, 2024. Anderson-Carter will be a Centennial Clinician faculty, with a role focusing on clinical care, research, and diversity, equity, and inclusion leadership. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Anderson-Carter to our faculty!Anderson-Carter earned her... more

Department engages UW students during AHANA-MAPS outreach event

On November 16, 2023, several members of the Department of Ob-Gyn participated in an outreach event with the University of Wisconsin–Madison AHANA-MAPS Pre-Health Society. The event focused on showcasing obstetrics and gynecology careers and career pathways with students interested in medical and health science careers. During the event, department members led hands-on birt... more

Anderson-Carter featured in Carbone’s Pancreas Cancer Task Force news

UW Ob-Gyn resident India Anderson-Carter, MD, PGY-3, was included in the UW Carbone Cancer Center’s Pancreas Cancer Task Force Women’s History Month newsletter as a Resident Hero!Anderson-Carter served on a Women in Health Care Career panel at West High School alongside oncologist Noelle LoConte, MD, on March 3, 2023.We are so proud of the outreach work Dr. Anderson-Carter d... more

Anderson-Carter, Andes, Harrison named chief residents for 2023-24 academic year

Congratulations to UW Ob-Gyn residents India Anderson-Carter, MD, Alex Andes, MD, and Margaret Harrison, MD! After a period of transition and training, they will all step into chief resident roles on May 1, 2023.Anderson-Carter will be the Education Chief, taking over from graduating resident Maya Gross, MD. Andes and Harrison will be Administrative Chiefs, taking over from ... more

UW Ob-Gyn residents represent department at Student National Medical Association conference

UW Ob-Gyn residents India Anderson-Carter, MD, PGY-2, Ushma Patel, MD, PGY-4, and Awa Sanneh, MD, PGY-2 attended the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) Annual Medical Education Conference in Orlando to represent the UW Ob-Gyn residency in April!The SNMA is an organization that supports current and future underrepresented minority medical students. The Annual Medical... more

Sobecki published in International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer

Janelle Sobecki, MD, of the UW Ob-Gyn Division of Gynecologic Oncology, is lead author on a new study published in the International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer!In “Opportunistic osteoporosis screening using routine computed tomography images to identify bone loss in gynecologic cancer survivors”, Sobecki and co-authors (including gynecologic oncology faculty Lisa Barroilh... more