Mpls.St.Paul Magazine "Top Doctors of 2016"
The Department of OB/GYN & Women's Health is proud to announce that 11 of our physicians were named "Top Doctors" in 2016. These physicians were nominated for this honor by their peers across the metro area, for their exceptional care.
- Peter A. Argenta, M.D.
- Linda F. Carson, M.D.
- Levi S. Downs, Jr., M.D.
- Melissa A. Geller, M.D.
- Rachel G. Ghebre, M.D.
- Sally Mullany, M.D.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Carrie A. Terrell, M.D.
- Daniel V. Landers, M.D.
- Tracy L. Prosen, M.D.
- Kirk D. Ramin, M.D.
- Yasuko Yamamura, M.D.
New study suggests prenatal vitamins are not worth the money
Welcome Resident Class of 2020Leah Anderson - University of MinnesotaSabrina Bedell - University of VermontGita Byraiah - Rowan UniversityBridget Foley - University of New EnglandMartina Gabra - University of IllinoisVictoria Gonzalez - Rush Medical CollegeElizabeth Miller - University of IowaMalinda Schaefer - Georgia Regents UniversityCatherine Zhang - University of Iowa
Discovery of a biomarker that may predict recurrence in endometrial cancer patients
Basic and translational research is an integral part of the work being done by clinic and staff in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health. Our goal is to take our research from the lab to clinical trials and then finally into the hospital or clinic setting, where it can improve the lives of patients. One of these projects, led by Dr. Martina Bazzaro, is focused on finding out why some patients with endometrial cancer relapse after surgery and chemotherapy. And she's discovered a biomarker that may predict recurrence in endometrial cancer patients. Read about what she's discovered here
To find out more about the Bazzaro lab here
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Focusing This Quarter on Gynecologic Cancer, and What's Being Done To Increase Vaccination Rates in Minnesota
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Winter 2016 Women's Health Newsletter here
Our vision is to define the standard of care for all women,
today and tomorrow.
Our clinics include:
Women’s Health Specialists Clinic Your home for truly integrative women’s health care. Our wide-range of services include gynecology, mature women’s health, obstetrics & midwifery, preventive medicine, contraception for adult women and adolescents, screening mammograms, mental health services, as well as complementary practitioners who provide nutrition counseling, health coaching and acupuncture.
The faculty and staff in the Department of Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health are dedicated to creating a learning environment that focuses on excellence in clinical care while also fostering individual interests in research, teaching and other professional pursuits. We offer a required clerkship and advanced electives for medical students; a large, diverse residency program; and fellowships in gynecologic oncology and maternal-fetal medicine. Through educational events such as Grand Rounds and community outreach, we strive to educate & inform community physicians, and other healthcare providers.
As the only Ob/Gyn residency in the Twin Cities, and one of only two Ob/Gyn residencies in Minnesota, our program offers residents the unique opportunity to take advantage of one of the best healthcare environments in the country. Residents work alongside some of the finest physicians, surgeons, and researchers in the field. Thanks to their wide and diverse range of training opportunities, our residents are highly recruited by practices in and outside of Minnesota. Our graduates repeatedly report that this residency prepare them extremely well for their careers.
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Basic and translational research is an integral part of the work being done by the faculty and staff in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women’s Health. Our collaborative approach to research enables clinicians and research scientists to work together on a daily basis to plan and implement research studies, and share, manage and analyze research data.
Basic scientists and physician-scientist faculty members are actively involved in multiple clinical trials testing the most promising cutting edge therapies under investigation. These research efforts cover a broad range of topics from testing new drugs to understanding the genetic basis of ovarian cancer. Discover more about some of the research here.
The mission of the Ovarian Cancer Early Detection Program (OCEDP) is to develop, within five years, a clinical test to screen women for early markers of ovarian cancer.
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Clinical innovations happen at academic medical centers like M Health and the University of Minnesota Medical Center. From common to complex, we understand every patient is unique and that’s why we individualize care to take our patient’s life circumstances into account.