Welcome to Stanford Ob/Gyn
Stanford PRIHSM (PReventing Inequities in Hemorrhage-related Severe Maternal morbidity) will work to reduce one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity and severe maternal morbidity: postpartum hemorrhage.
Our mission is to improve the health of women and people of all genders 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 the health of women and people of all genders across the lifespan.
In The News
- – Stanford Medicine News Center
"Hypertension and anemia drive racial gaps in birth complications, Stanford Medicine-led studies find"
Dr. Stephanie Leonard and Dr. Irogue Igbinosa talk about their two studies that found that hypertension and iron-deficiency anemia contribute significantly to racial disparities in childbirth complications.
- – MedPage Today
"Abortion Bans May Lead to More Neonatal Cardiac Defects, Model Suggests"
Dr. Hayley Miller was interviewed on her research team's findings that the incidence of neonatal single-ventricle cardiac defects would likely increase in the face of a complete abortion ban
Stanford Medicine’s commitment to the future of medicine and improving patient outcomes lies in training, recruiting, and retaining diverse, inclusive, and equitable physician-researchers.
Stanford Medicine’s Obstetrics and Gynecology department had amazing representation with two oral presentations and 15 poster presentations from work led by our investigators under the Dunlevie Maternal-Fetal Medicine Center for Discovery, Innovation and Clinical Impact.
Bridging the Gap
Children and adolescents have unique gynecological needs often overlooked by pediatrics and adult OB/GYN.
A Historic Drop
A new paper details a statewide initiative by the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative that significantly reduced cesarean deliveries for low-risk babies.
Powered by community, PRIDEnet works to uncover key insights about LGBTQ+ health.
Grand Rounds are open to community physicians but are closed to the general public.
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Monday, December 11
"Increasing Access and Reducing Ableism in OBGYN Training"
Lisa M. Meeks, PhD, MA
Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Learning Health Sciences
University of Michigan 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.