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Programs and providers of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine are often the focus of news stories and features appearing in major national media. We invite you to review some stories that typify the breakthrough accomplishments of our remarkable team and highlight the impact our care has had on patient’s lives.

Dr. Thomas Caputo Retires After 38 Years of Service

Dr. Thomas Caputo retires after 38 years of service

Dr. Thomas Caputo, expert in Gynecologic Oncology and Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine, is retiring after 38 years of service. On January 7th, WCM Obstetrics and Gynecology hosted the Thomas A. Caputo Symposium on Gynecologic Oncology in recognition of his career. Dr. Brian Slomovitz and Dr. Michael Worley, former residents of Dr. Caputo, presented at the symposium. Attendees included former students, colleagues, and staff. At the event, the department announced the creation of the Thomas A. Caputo Gynecologic Oncology Research Award to continue his tradition of research and mentorship.

Yes, you can get a flu shot while pregnant. Here's the best time to get it.

Yes, you can get a flu shot while pregnant. Here's the best time to get it.

Dr. Laura Riley, an obstetrician and gynecologist-in-chief at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine and expert in infectious diseases, discusses the importance of vaccinations for expecting mothers. For more information about flu shots during pregnancy please see the articles published in Insider, HealthDay, and Babygaga.

Improving Knowledge and Colposcopy Follow-Up for Underserved Women

Improving Knowledge and Colposcopy Follow-Up for Underserved Women

Dr. Eloise Chapman-Davis, a specialist in gynecologic cancers in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine, focuses on bringing advanced medical care to underserved women. Read More about her work to develop a web-based intervention to educate and motivate women to continue with follow-up.