Posters, presentations and abstracts from 2020 ACOG conference in Green Journal

Tags: Academic Specialists in ObGyn, maternal-fetal medicine, Kara Hoppe, residency, Alexa Lowry, Linnea Evans, health disparities research scholars, reproductive and population health, cynthie wautlet, Nicholas Schmuhl, Jenny Higgins, laurel rice, ellen hartenbach, Laura McDowell, Daphne Kuo, Deborah Ehrenthal, Tiffany Green, Katie Antony

While the 2020 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists annual meeting, scheduled for late April this year, was canceled, many people in our department had research accepted to present. Their abstracts were published in a supplement to the May 2020 issue of the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology. A few of the amazing abstracts include:

Examining Joint Effect of Race and Neighborhood Socioeconomic Disadvantage on Adverse Obstetric Outcomes – authors Kara Hoppe, DO; Felicity Harl, MD; Alexa Lowry, MD; Linnea Evans, PhD

Physician Attitudes Toward Reproductive Justice: Results From an Institution-Wide Survey – authors Cynthie Wautlet, MD, MPH; Nicholas Schmuhl, PhD; Jenny Higgins, PhD, MPH; Helen Zukin; Laurel Rice, MD

Rural Women in the United States Burdened by High Maternal Transfer Rates – authors Laura McDowell, MD; Ellen Hartenbach, MD; Hsiang-Hui Daphne Kuo, PhD; Deborah Ehrenthal, MD, MPH

Pregnancy-Related Weight and Postpartum Depressive Symptoms: Do the Relationships Differ by Race/Ethnicity? – author Tiffany Green, PhD

Is Sleep Deprivation Associated With Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes? – author Katie Antony, MD

Congratulations to all!