Structural Solutions for the Rarest of the Rare - Underrepresented - Minority Faculty in Medical Subspecialties
On May 15, Dr. Kemi Doll received the 2020 Beti Thompson Community Health Researcher Award for her tireless work shining a light on the disparate care of African Americans with endometrial cancer.
Dr. Elizabeth Swisher, lead author of the three-year study called MAGENTA (Making Genetic Testing Available), is interviewed by My Northwest about the results published in the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
A number of OB/GYN faculty, residents and staff participated in the Healthcare Workers for Justice march from Harborview to Seattle's City Hall on Saturday, June 6. Masked, and carrying signs of protest, they marched in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, joining over 7,000 healthcare workers throughout Western Washington.
The first case series from the Washington State COVID-19 in Pregnancy Collaborative was published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. It was a large collaboration led by the University of Washington and including community collaborators.
When COVID-19 first appeared in Washington State, UW Medicine was positioned to lead at the U.S. forefront of the pandemic. Here is media coverage featuring our experts.
Drs. Edith Cheng and Kristina Adams Waldorf spoke with Right As Rain, an online magazine by UW Medicine, about pregnancy and COVID-19.
Our department welcomes the incoming OB/GYN intern class.
Fellows Melissa Paulen, MD and Laura Sienas, MD are interviewed about access to abortion as essential healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Seattle Times reports on a truckload delivery of donated N95 surgical masks to the home of Dr. Kristina Adams Waldorf by Elon Musk and Tesla.