Dr. Edith Cheng is interviewed by Canada's national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, about what happens when a laboring mother tests positive for COVID-19.
Dr. Laura Sienas is interviewed in USA Today about the impact of COVID-19 on pregnant women.
The University of Washington's OB/GYN training has ranked #16 in a four-way tie, claiming a top 20 spot in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report rankings of graduate and professional programs.
UW Obstetrics & Gynecology establishes pandemic guidelines for women’s healthcare
Family Planning fellow Melissa Paulen describes her commute to the hospital in this Wall Street Journal article about Seattle residents during the coronavirus outbreak.
Dr. Laura Sienas is interviewed by Reuters about precautions for U.S. pregnant patients during the uncertainty of the global coronavirus outbreak.
Trying to conceive? On Wednesday, March 4, The Whole U invites you to hear from a panel of fertility specialists for a special discussion about getting pregnant. Learn about fertility basics, how to use a diagnostic test to identify problems and how major fertility treatments can solve different issues along the way.
The Whole U’s Faculty Friday spotlight is on Genevieve Neal-Perry! This lovely profile highlights Genevieve’s career up to this defining point and details one of her substantial parting gifts to UW – a 5% plus-cost package discount now available to any UW student or employee seeking fertility treatment at UWMC-Roosevelt. The piece is part of a communications campaign to promote the discount to the entire UW community through events and editorial coverage.
KOMO 4 News shared findings from a new study led by Dr. Susan Reed about non-hormonal therapies for menopause symptoms.
Right As Rain features our TeleOB Program and interviews Dr. Sue Moreni about the benefits of virtual prenatal care.