Obstetrics & Gynecology

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Education and Research

There is full-time staff participation in the subspecialty conferences, Quality Assurance Conference, Grand Rounds, Resident Lecture Series and Journal Conferences. These conferences emphasize literature review and current research in the clinical areas under discussion.

Formal didactics consist of both a variety of morning conferences (listed below) and a bi-weekly four-hour Friday lecture series. These Friday lecture series are organized by the Program Directors and given by faculty Attendings and Fellows to cover a variety of general and subspecialty topics.

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Additional conferences are as follows:

  • Grand Rounds (weekly)
  • Quality Assurance Conference (weekly)
  • Oncology Tumor Board (weekly)
  • Fetal Heart Monitoring Conference (weekly)
  • Resident Chapter Review Series (weekly)
  • Neonatology Conference with MFM and NICU Attendings (weekly)
  • Daily morning rounds on Obstetrics with Attendings and Fellows
  • Evidence Based Lecture Series* (Queens, weekly)
  • Gyn Pathology Conference* (Queens, weekly)
  • Ethics conference (monthly)
  • MFM Journal Club (monthly)
  • Quality Assurance Conference (monthly)

Research Opportunities

Myriad dynamic clinical and basic research is ongoing at both the NewYork Presbyterian - Weill Cornell Center and at the New York Hospital-Queens, and Residents are encouraged to pursue research throughout the course of their training under the mentorship of a diverse and successful academic faculty. Many of our Residents in the past have published in peer-reviewed journals, and presented oral and poster presentations at national conferences, including the Society for Gynecologic Oncology (SGO), The Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM), The American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG).

Chiefs' Day

Each Resident, during the course of his/her four years, must complete an original research project under the direction of a faculty sponsor. At the end of the Chief's year, a "Chief Residents'/Alumni Day Program" is held, in which such projects are presented to the department and evaluated by a Visiting Professor.