Welcome to Stanford Ob/Gyn
Reproductive Health Across the Life Span
Join Stanford Ob/Gyn faculty at SHE Talks 2023 on Thursday, February 2 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm PT, and delve into the unique health challenges women and people of all genders face at every stage of the reproductive life span. From your first Pap smear to your last mammogram—and everything in between—reproductive health care is an essential element of overall well-being.
Our mission is to improve women's health through innovative and compassionate care, education, advocacy and discovery.
Our faculty is committed to the highest level of basic and clinical research in Obstetric and Gynecologic science. In particular, we are focused on innovative translational medicine; bringing scientific results from the bench to the bedside.
Our faculty practices medicine in a world-class hospital; and are internationally recognized for the medical, surgical and reproductive Obstetric and Gynecologic care they provide to their patients.
Our vision is to be local and global leaders, advancing and transforming women's health across the lifespan.
In The News
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'We're a part of this movement, too.' Transgender and nonbinary people say they feel excluded from the abortion fight
Dr. Juno Obedin-Maliver discussed the patterns in self-managed abortion care among trans and nonbinary patients.
When Anna Sokalska, MD, PhD heard that an infertility clinic in Ukraine was in the war zone, she did not hesitate to leap into action.
Brent Monseur, MD, ScM Explores the Dark Web for Illegal Family Planning Marketplaces
More may be using the digital underground to buy and sell family planning medications due to increasing legal restrictions.
Igbinosa Appointed as 2022 NIH/NICHD Women's Reproductive Health Research (WRHR) Scholar
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is a proud host for the Women’s Reproductive Health Research (WRHR) program.
A Moment for Reflection
Department Chair Leslee Subak, MD shares a message encouraging reflection and civic engagement in the face of the changing political landscape of reproductive rights.
California campaign lowers statewide C-section rate, Stanford-led study finds
A four-year effort has reduced the rate of cesarean sections for low-risk, first-time mothers in California…
Grand Rounds are open to community physicians but are closed to the general public.
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Monday, January 30
"LGBTQ+ Health Program at Stanford Medicine: A model for a lifespan of care"
Bláz Bush, M.Ed
LGBTQ+ Health Program
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Stanford School of Medicine
Dunlevie Maternal Fetal Medicine Center
Empowering an arc of research and discovery in maternal-fetal health.
Our commitment to women's health spans over a century with groundbreaking innovations and world-class care.