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10/27/2014  

TPA 2014 Outstanding Contribution to Public Service

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Jeff, Temple, Ph.D.

Join us in congratulating Dr. Jeff Temple, Ph.D.
He has recently been selected as the TPA 2014 Outstanding Contribution to Public Service Award Recipient. This honor will be presented to him at the annual conference in Dallas November 14, 2014.

Professor
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

10/27/2014
 

Researcher of the MonthApril/May 2014

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Sara Nowakowski, Ph.D.

Join us in congratulating Dr. Sara Nowakowski, Ph.D.
Her research is focused on improving women's health and examining interventions for insomnia and nocturnal hot flashes for peri- and postmenopausal women. In addition she has received a grant to expand this research to expand the effects of the interventions on depressive symptoms among peri and postmenopausal women...More

Assistant Professor
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

5/27/2014
 

Researcher of the MonthApril/May 2014

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Sathish Kumar, DVM, PhD.

Join us in congratulating Dr. Sathish Kumar, Ph.D.. He and his team are working to understand the mechanisms of normal cardiovascular adaptations of pregnancy as well as the mechanisms of impaired vascular responses in women with preeclampsia. Read more in the Researcher of the Month profile....

Assistant Professor
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

3/21/2014
 

Researcher of the MonthFebruary 2014

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Maged M. Costantine, M.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Join us in congratulating Dr. Costantine and his team. They are working to introduce statins as agents to prevent preeclampsia in high risk pregnant women. Read more in the Researcher of the Month profile....

Associate Professor
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

2/28/2014
 

National Advisory Child Health and Human Development Council

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George Saade, MD

Professor
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Join us in congratulating Dr. George Saade on his recent appointment to the National Advisory Child Health and Human Development Council (NICHD)  at the National Institute of Health.

The NICHD strives to ensure all babies are born healthy and wanted, women are safe during reproductive processes, and that all children achieve their full potential for healthy and productive lives, free from disease or disability, and finally to enable the health, productivity, independence, and well-being of all people through optimal rehabilitation.

The NICHD was created in 1962, at the request of the US president with the support of Congress. Since then, the NICHD has achieved impressive scientific advances in its efforts to enhance lives through every stages of human development. Research supported and conducted by the NICHD has helped to explain the unique health needs of many, and has brought about novel and effective ways to fulfill them.