Resident Research in Ob/Gyn In developing research projects, residents are not left to fend for themselves. All research projects are under the guidance of at least one faculty member. Numerous ideas and concepts are always available, and there are abundant local resources to support residents' investigations. Learn more about residency research. Resident Research Day Resident Research Day was held on May 8, 2014 in the Class of ‘62 Auditorium. The 34th Annual Jerome H. Rudolph Memorial Lecture “The Importance of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception” was given was given by Jeffery F. Peipert, MD, PhD, Vice Chair of Clinical Research, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine. The residents presented their work: Sonographic changes in the pelvic floor during pregnancy and postpartum Pakeeza Alam, MD PALM study: predictors for accuracy of Leopold maneuvers Rachel Flink-Bochacki, MD Long term outcomes of hysterectomy as treatment for the management of chronic pelvic pain Katina Foster, MD Association between first trimester maternal air quality exposure and risk of fetal gastroschisis Marwa Ibrahim, MD Factors influencing malpositioned intrauterine devices Jaclyn Morrison, MD Condensing the surgical learning curve? Assessment of resident laparoscopic skills prior to implementation of a laparoscopy curriculum Emily Thompson, MD Predictive value of serum anti-Mullerian hormone in obese and non-obese women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome receiving oral ovulation induction agents Jill Uyenishi, MD Patient knowledge regarding emergency contraception: a randomized trial comparing pamphlet versus web-based education Charisse Loder, MD Next year’s research day will be on May 7th, 2015. Residents have been hard at work with a number of great projects underway! Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, President and Dean of Morehouse School of Medicine will be our speaker. Please mark your calendars and block your schedule for what is sure to be a great talk, and great day of resident projects!