5 Health Tips for Women
Dr. Carrie Terrell, an Obstetrician and Gynecologist, who specializes in women's health, at the University of Minnesota shares her top 5 health tips for women.
Dr. Terrell reminds us that it is never too late to start reaching your health and fitness goals.
Read Dr. Terrell's top 5 tips to help you reach your health goals here.
UMN Health Spotlight: Tracy Prosen, M.D.
We are very excited that Dr. Tracy Prosen, a member of our care team in the Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic, was featured in an article by UMN Health.
Dr. Prosen is not only a maternal-fetal medicine physician and clinical geneticist, but is also the director of the University of Minnesota Health Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center.
Read more on this amazing physician here.
Why Women Over 40 Should Consider YogaDr. Carrie Terrell, from the Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology, answers questions such as
- What is Yoga?
- Why is yoga beneficial to women?
- How does yoga help practitioners overcome stress?
- How do I find a good yoga class?
Resident Community Outreach
A group of Residents in the Department of Ob/Gyn have been collecting money and toiletries for Women's Health Fairs being held across the Minneapolis/St. Paul Area. The initial proposal for this community outreach was recognized by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
2015 Issue of Women's Health
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We would like to take the lead in research productivity among the clinical departments in the Academic Health Center over the next 5-8 years.
About her passion for research mentoring
My love of teaching and research began when I was a resident.
Colon Cancer Patient raises money for U of M research
On March 3, 2015, Dr. Timothy Starr was featured in a KARE 11 News story about a colon cancer patient raising money to help fund research at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Starr is one of our cancer researchers who looks into genes that can mutate and cause colon cancer.
Our vision is to define the standard of care for all women, today and tomorrow.
The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women’s Health operates in a unique partnership with Fairview Health Services and the University’s Academic Health Center and draws on the strengths of both organizations to combine innovative academic medicine with world-class health care.