Research News & Events

Congratulations to Caitlin Martin, MD, MPH

Congratulations to SASGOG Member – Caitlin Martin, MD MPH on a K23 Career Development Award titled “Adaptation and Refinement of a Clinically Applicable Phenotypic Battery to Individualize Opioid Use Disorder Treatment for Women Through the Postpartum Period” from NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse).

Congratulations to Selemawit Ghebrendrias, MD

Congratulations to SASGOG Member – Caitlin Martin, MD MPH on a K23 Career Development Award titled “Adaptation and Refinement of a Clinically Applicable Phenotypic Battery to Individualize Opioid Use Disorder Treatment for Women Through the Postpartum Period” from NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse).

V-Safe After Vaccination Health Checker

Please help contribute to knowledge of the COVID-19 vaccine. Refer colleagues and patients to the CDC’s V-safe reporting app after receiving the vaccination. Data on pregnant and lactating persons is especially needed – please encourage utilization of this app.

Share Your Good News

Have you recently received a grant? SASGOG members are interested. We’d like to share your news with fellow SASGOG members. Please take 5 minutes to share the information about your grant via the button below.

Research Studies

Study to ascertain general provider knowledge about j-pouch procedure, as well as to define how providers approach discussions about these procedures and potential fertility complications related to this procedure. Learn More >>

Study assesses the quinagolide vaginal ring for endometriosis-related pain

This study ― currently enrolling ― evaluates the effectiveness of three doses of quinagolide administered as an extended-release vaginal ring to reduce moderate-to-severe endometriosis-related pain. Learn More >>

Early feasibility study explores objective pain measurement using a wearable biosensor and a novel mobile platform in patients with endometriosis

This study ― currently enrolling ― explores measurement for endometriosis-related pain to characterize pain typology and topology in affected populations. Learn more >>
 

Publicizing your active Research Studies
 
Do you or your institution have an active research study that is applicable to academic specialists in general obstetrics and gynecology? SASGOG is happy to promote research studies to our members. Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Study is submitted by a Supporting Institution, or one of the study investigators is a SASGOG member.
  • A copy of the approved IRB.
  • A descriptive title of the study and a brief description of the study.
  • A link to the study survey and a link to a website that has more information about the survey.
  • The start and end date of the study survey.

Submit information about your research study via the button below.

Research Fellowships

UCSF Research Fellowship in General Obstetrics and Gynecology

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences is recruiting for a research fellowship for general obstetrician/gynecologists interested in pursuing a clinical research career and growing their clinical skills.

Lessons Learned

Lessons learned – Enjoy SASGOG’s Research Committee’s interviews with successful SASGOG member researchers

Dr. Martin and Dr. Tucker-Edmonds discuss in 20 minutes the unique paths challenges and opportunities that arise as academic specialists work to integrate research into one’s career. Dr. Tucker-Edmonds shares lots of pearls of wisdom for Academic Specialists in General OBGYN across all levels of training and career stages including individuals taking the first steps in research as well as individuals entrenched in a career as a physician scientist.
An Interview with Dr. Kristen A. Matteson, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Director of the Division of Research for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Women & Infants Hospital

Interviewer: Dr. Caitlin E. Martin, Assistant Professor of Ob/Gyn at Virginia Commonwealth University

SASGOG Members in the News