OB/GYN

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    Wednesday, February 12, 2020
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    Michigan State University
    Grand Rapids Research Center
    Room 1102
    400 Monroe Avenue NW

    Presentation is available via Zoom.

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    Meeting ID: 355 119 510
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  • Genna Moldovan,
    Graduate Assistant
    Fazleabas Lab

    Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Biology Michigan State University

    Wednesday, October 28, 2019
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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    Wednesday, May 29, 2019
    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Michigan State University
    Grand Rapids Research Center
    Room 1102
    400 Monroe Avenue NW

    Presentation will be available via Zoom in
    IQ 1000 or via your personal device.

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    Hamid-Reza Kohan-Ghadr, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor

    Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology
    & Reproductive Biology
    Michigan State University

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    Wednesday, February 19, 2020
    9:30am – 11:30am

    Michigan State University
    Secchia Center, Room 120
    15 Michigan Street NE
    Grand Rapids

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  • OBGYN abstract title "ARID1A Loss Results in Non‐Receptive Endometrium with FOXA2 Deficiency in Endometriosis‐Related Infertility" by Ryan M. Marquadt has been selected for the SRI President’s Plenary Award. This award will be presented at our 66th Annual Scientific Meeting, which will be held in Paris, France, March 12 – 16, 2019.

    The President’s Plenary Awards recognize the four highest ranked abstracts chosen for presentation at the President’s New Investigator Plenary Session. The Society has always sought a means by which to encourage young investigators to present their research at our meeting. The award encourages many young investigators to submit high‐quality abstracts.

  • MSU College of Human Medicine

    Affiliated Obstetrics/Gynecology Residency Network (AOGRN)

    Omari Young, MDOmari Young, MD
    Hurley MSU/CHM Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency Program
    Program Director
    Flint, Michigan

    Raisa Platte, MDRaisa Platte, MD
    Spectrum Health MSU/CHM Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency Program  
    Program Director
    Grand Rapids, MI

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    Anita Avery, MD
    Sparrow OBGyn 
    Co-Program Director
    Lansing, Mi

    Robert Long

    Robert Long, MD
    Sparrow OBGyn 

    Co-Program Director
    Lansing, Mi

    Kristina VanderMark, MDKristina VanderMark, MD
    Ascension Providence Hospital MSU/CHM Obsterics & Gynecology Residency Program
    Program Director
    Southfield, MI

     

  • Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology

    965 Wilson Road, Room A626B
    East Lansing, Mi 48824-1316
    (517) 884-6031

    Flint Area Medical Education

    200 East 1st St.
    Flint, Mi 48502

    Grand Rapids Research Center

    400 Monroe Ave. NW
    Grand Rapids, Mi 49503

    Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering

    775 Woodlot Dr, Room A626B
    East Lansing, Mi 48824-1316
    (517) 884-6976
    iq@msu.edu

    Secchia Center

    15 Michigan St. NE
    Grand Rapids, Mi 49503
  • Wednesday, May 5, 2021

    Kim Tae Hoon PhD

    Tae Hoon Kim, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Biology
    Michigan State University

    Presented via Zoom https://msu.zoom.us/j/97602236100

    Meeting ID: 976 0223 6100
    Passcode: OBGYN

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
    (FAQs)

    Thank you for your time!
    Together, we can make a difference in women’s health.

    Click on the JOIN NOW button to see if you are eligible:

    Questions?

    Call (616) 234-2858 or email the W.O.R.K. Study team: LetsWork@msu.edu

  • 965 Wilson Road, A631B
  • Wednesday, October 6, 2021
    1:00pm - 2:00pm

    Michael Wilson Ph.D

    Michael Wilson Ph.D.
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Chandler Lab
    Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Biology Michigan State University

    Presented via Zoom
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    Meeting ID: 976 0223 6100
    Passcode: OBGYN

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  • Welcome to the Lansing Campus of the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University.

    The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology in the College of Human Medicine in Lansing, supports the integrated community based clinical training program in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In partnership with our seven community campuses across the state, our students and residents are trained by over 300 College of Human Medicine faculty statewide. This rich history of community faculty engagement of our students is fundamental to our national recognition as a leading community based medical school.

    The Department offers to our students unique educational programs and clinical training that reflect the community based approach of the college, emphasizing excellence, hands on experiences, mentorship, diversity and blended learning resources that deliver a high quality medical education. Our students and residents train at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing.

    You can find more information regarding research, and medical educationat the College of Human Medicine by following the link.

    Lead Clerkship:

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    Anita Avery, MD
    Lead Clerkship Director
    (517) 884-8845

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    Nicole Simon, BBA
    Department Clerkship Administrator
    (517) 884-8849

    Lansing Community Clerkship:

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    Lori Burke, MD
    Community Clerkship Director, Clinical Assistant Professor
    (517) 364-5891

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    Mary Tate
    Community Clerkship Administrator
    (517) 884-8848

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    Sarah McVoy, BA
    Director of Student Programs
    (517) 364-5890

    Lansing Community Campus Clerkship Program
    1200 E. Michigan Ave Suite 305
    Lansing, MI 48912
  • LeeAnn Roman PhD

    ABOUT

    Lee Anne Roman, PhD, MSN, RN is a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University and is the Director and Co-Founder of the Advancing Maternal Health Lab. Dr. Roman, building on her health professional training, uses the tools of science to develop, implement, and test health care strategies and interventions designed to reduce maternal and infant socio-economic and racial/ethnic health disparities. She partners with providers, communities, and policymakers to create new knowledge that drives innovation to improve health care—and ultimately the health and life chances of vulnerable women and infants.

    RESEARCH

    Health care and policy innovations through partnerships with “real world” community providers, health systems and public health agencies.

    Dr. Roman has decades of experience conducting community and state-based, policy relevant, partnered research to improve population maternal and infant health outcomes and reduce maternal and infant disparities. Her research partners include health systems, clinical practices, FQHC’s, health departments, community social service agencies, and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS). Dr Roman’s research is developed and shaped by clinical and public health colleagues. Through these longstanding partnerships, state and local data sources, linking administrative claims, vital records, and program data (from 2009), are used to conduct research, inform public policy, and develop and evaluate quality improvement efforts.

    Research on enhanced prenatal/postnatal care (EPC) to address perinatal socio-economic and racial/ethnic health disparities among Medicaid-insured women.

    Dr. Roman has led a community-based, randomized trial to test two different approaches to the provision of EPC home visiting delivered by Community Health Workers (CHW),similar in race/ethnicity with their clients, with significant mental health improvements for program participants. She has conducted health services and birth outcomes studies for state Medicaid-insured women and the Healthy Start participants, with documented reduction of adverse birth outcomes and improved service utilization, especially for African American women. The Medicaid research qualified the Michigan program to be federally designated as an evidence-based home visiting program. Dr. Roman led a five year Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ) county-wide research demonstration project to develop and test population perinatal system of care strategies. The AHRQ findings supported selected population improvements in EPC and other health services, particularly in practice sites with community clinical linkages and for African American women.

    Dr. Roman leads a five year evaluation of Michigan’s first Pay for Success program (Strong Beginnings/Healthy Start), with an annual opportunity for the Healthy Start program to achieve Medicaid success payments for reduction in preterm birth. She also leads a Michigan Medicaid-sponsored maternal care improvement project focused on African-American and Latina women that addresses provider bias, patient-provider communication, care for medically high risk women, and examines telehealth applications for home visiting programs. Dr. Roman is a co-investigator on a 5-year NIH-funded R01 project to develop, implement, and test a multilevel intervention to address disparities in maternal morbidity and mortality among African American Medicaid-insured women. She is a collaborator on the National HRSA AIM-Community Care Initiative and the further development and pilot-testing of AMI Maternal Safety Bundles for out-patient and community-based providers and agencies to reduce Severe Maternal Morbidity/Mortality.

    Publications

    Contact

    lroman@msu.edu
    Office: 517-432-3990

  • Our four affiliated residency programs enhance our distinguish program, offering a wealth of experience with a diverse patient population across communities and supported by outstanding and nationally recognized faculty.

    The Gynecology and Obstetrics experience offered by our four communities provide residents with exceptional diverse rotations in all sub-specialties. The program is also enhanced by a unique Research program that offers residents, students and faculty the opportunity to become involved in all levels of research, from the laboratory setting to the community partnership.

    Residency Programs Directors:

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    John Hebert, MD

    Hurley Medical Education

    Program Director

    Flint, Michigan

    Raisa Platte, MD

    Raisa Platte, MD

    Spectrum Health MSU/CHM Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency Program

    Program Director

    Grand Rapids, MI

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    Anita Avery, MD

    MSU Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology

    Co-Program Director

    Lansing, MI

    Robert Long

    Robert Long, MD

    MSU Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology

    Co-Program Director

    Lansing, MI

     

     

    robert dodds md

    Robert Dodds, MD

    Ascension-MSU Residency Program

    Program Director

    Southfield, MI

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  • CLIMBING IN RANKING FOR NIH FUNDING

     

Michigan State University’s Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology in the College of Human Medicine has grown in prestige in the number of top researchers it has attracted, as well as garnering more federal grant funding.

  • Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is collaborating with Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital and Calvin University to host the Rare Disease Day Symposium on February 29, 2020.

    We have generous support for this event from the College of Human Medicine, the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, and the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development.

    One in 10 people in the United States has a rare disease. Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend this free event that brings together patients, caregivers, researchers and advocates in the rare disease community. Sessions include talks from a scientist studying rare diseases, a medical geneticist and patients with various rare disease diagnoses, and other scientific breakouts.

  • resident bootcamp

    MSU CHM Affiliated Obstetrics Gynecology Residency Network (AOGRN) held an outstanding annual incoming Resident Boot Camp on July 20-21 at the MSU Kellogg Center in East Lansing, Mi. The four affiliated residencies include Hurley Health System, Providence-St. John Health System, Sparrow Health and Spectrum Health and represents 84 total residents. The boot camp delved into several popular topics for the 21 incoming residents by departmental faculty that included.

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