Ob/Gyn Global and Community Health Research


The Division of Global and Community Health is dedicated to advancing women’s health and rights through innovative research initiatives. With the support of our Program in Epidemiologic Research and in collaboration with academic and community partners, here are examples of our research areas:

  • Global Health
    • Cervical cancer screening in Botswana
    • Gender-based violence and psychological outcomes in humanitarian crises
    • Academic global health work models of Ob/Gyn faculty
    • Improving quality of childbirth care with a safe childbirth checklist in rural Chiapas, Mexico
    • Enhancing Nutrition and Antenatal Infection Treatment for Maternal and Child Health (ENAT) Study in Ethiopia
  • Community Health
    • Resiliency in pregnancy
    • Disparities in Pregnancy Care
    • Shared decision-making with Spanish-speaking immigrants
    • Community health exposure for Ob/Gyn residents
    • Addressing oral health disparities in pregnant women
    • Phthalate exposure in immigrant women
    • Hepatitis B immunology and infection and maternal morbidity
    • Chinese immigrant experiences with group prenatal care