Current Research

The scope of our research seeks to understand a wide array of issues specific to women's health, including reproduction, heart disease and determinants of preterm delivery, among many others. 

Maternal Quality of Care

Kimberly D. Gregory, MD, MPH, has developed maternal quality of care indicators and linked vaginal birth after cesarean delivery policies on labor and delivery to birth outcomes. She continues to evaluate physician behavior and patient views of delivery as it impacts obstetric outcomes. 

Kimberly D. Gregory, MD, MPH

Maternal Morbidity

Sarah Kilpatrick, MD, PhD, has researched severe maternal morbidity evaluation and potential preventability and continues to work nationally on this area.

Sarah J. Kilpatrick, MD, PhD

Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility

Led by Margareta D. Pisarska, MD, the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility is researching the process of ovulation to determine why some women experience early menopause. Specific areas of research involve oocyte development, infertility and abnormalities in reproductive endocrinology, fibroids and premature ovarian failure.

Margareta D. Pisarska, MD

Women's Cancer

Ovarian Cancer: Initiation and Metastasis

Christine Walsh, MD, MS, is studying the genetic changes occurring in ovarian cancer DNA, with the goals of better defining the events that lead to ovarian cancer initiation and progression, and identifying novel therapeutic targets and treatments.

Christine Walsh, MD, MS

Current Research Areas

  • Ovarian Cancer
  • Reproductive Endocrinology & Fertility
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