The Society for Academic Specialists in General Obstetrics and Gynecology seeks to enhance women’s health by supporting academic generalist physicians in all phases of their careers. Our goal is to support education and scholarship, while fostering excellence in research.


2018 Annual Meeting Highlights

- 1st Annual Ken Noller Lectureship with Dr. Eve Espey talking about ECHO
- Record attendance of 156 registered!
- Resident reporter program with 11 residents supported to attend the meeting
- Mentorship program with 12 pairs of mentors/mentees
- Dr. Lee Learman’s Presidential Address with transition of Dr. Amy Young as new President
- Joint session with CUCOG – Patrice, an original SASGOG Board member, as presenter
- Standing room only at the SASGOG/ACOG scientific session!

-Click here to view the Meeting Presentations.



SASGOG Faculty Awards 2018

Natasha Ahmed University of Kansas
Fouad Atallah Maimonides Medical Center
Joel Barkley Maricopa Medical Center
Theodore Barrett Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women's Health
Deborah Bartholomew Ohio State University
Susan Bliss Carolinas Medical Center - Carolinas HealthCare System
Julie Braga Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Dayna Burrell Women and Infants Hospital
Lauren Castleberry University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, SC
Jenell Coleman Johns Hopkins University
Christine Colie MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
Shelia Connery University of South Florida
Mary Dolan Emory University
Emad Elsamadicy Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Barry Fish Summa Health- Akron City Hospital
Arturo Garza-Cavazos SIU School of Medicine
Glenn Gaunt Mayo Clinic Health System-Owatonna
Minda Green Drexel University College of Medicine
David Haas Indiana University School of Medicine
Joanna Hatfield Oregon Health & Science University
Megan Huchko Duke University Health System, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Nuzhath Hussain University of Illinois at Chicago
Robert Kaminski University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Nicole Karjane VCU Medical Center (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Jessica Kiley Northwestern
Dorene Marinese Northwell Health - North Shore University Hospital
Robert Massaro Monmouth Medical Center
Kristen Matteson Brown University / Women & Infants Hospital
Michelle Meglin Medical Univ. of SC
Christopher Morosky University of Connecticut
Amanda Murchison Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
Christina Pardo-Maxis Stony Brook University Hospital
Jean Payer Tower Health - Reading Hospital
Amy Ravin Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Monica Reid University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Jordana Reina-Fernandez University of Central Florida/HCA GME Consortium
Sharon Seidel University of Florida Pensacola
Maria Shaker University Hospitals MacDonald Women's Hospitals - Case Western Reserve University
Meaghan Shanahan Creighton University
Anita Sit Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Philip Smelcer Cleveland Clinic Akron General Medical Center
Michelle Solone Stanford University
Eric Strand Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
LaNasha Tanner Louisiana State University - New Orleans
Orlene Thomas Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Michael Urig University of Arizona - Phoenix
Erica Weiss Kaiser San Francisco
Sara Whetstone University of California, San Francisco
Jibri Wiggins University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville
Makeba Williams University of Wisconsin-Madison
Valerie Williams LSU Health Sciences Center
Audra Williams University of Alabama-Birmingham
Care York- Best Massachusetts General Hospital

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