a resident in the Obstetrics/Gynecology Residency Program at Lankenau
Medical Center you will complete a research project with advice and
guidance from an attending physician. Research projects range from case
studies to double-blind trials. Research performed by Lankenau residents
has been both published and presented at national meetings (see list
below). At the end of each academic year the Ob/Gyn department hosts a
Residency Research Day. All residents are encouraged to present any
finished research project to date or give a report on the progress of
their senior research project. The PGY 4 must have a finished research
project to present.
Patient satisfaction and cosmetic outcome in Randomized study of
Cesarean skin closure. A. Dhanya Mackeen, Jonah Fleisher, Adeeb
Khalifeh, Vincenzo Berghella, Obstetrics and Gynecology, May 2014
Changing Trends in Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy, Adeeb Khalifeh,
Fionnuala Breathnach, Sam Coulter-Smith, Michael Robson, Chris
Firzpatrick, Fergal Malone, J Obstet Gyneaecol 2014 Feb :34(2):135-7
Dmitri Chamchad, MD1,2; Jay Horrow3; Gail Ables, RNC1; Lacy Parker,
MD1; Norman Brest, MD1, Why Bolus Epidurals with Bupivacaine?
Presented at SOAP April 2013
Dmitri Chamchad, MD1,2,3, Jay Horrow, MD, MS3, Lacy Parker, MD1,
Andrew Day4, Norman Brest, MD1,Maternal Intrapartum Predictors of Mode
of Delivery, Presented at SOAP April 2013
Comparative Analysis of Two- Versus Three-Dimensional Sonography for
Nuchal Translucency (NT) Measurement Adeeb Khalifeh, Fergal
Malone, Dimitri Chamchad, Antonella Lavelanet and Andrew Gerson.
Presented at SMFM February 2013
Trends in Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis from 2002-2011: A Population-Based
Evaluation Adeeb Khalifeh, Stuart Weiner, A. Dhanya Mackeen,
Gerson A, Alan Donnenfeld -Presented at SMFM February 2013
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