Dr. Abbott has established a program for an Implementation of Prenatal Aspirin (baby Aspirin) for the prevention of health disparities in medically indicated preterm and term deliveries.
Dr. Cannon is interested in exploring the clinician’s role in contraceptive counseling at the time of abortion. She is also passionate about improving healthcare access for women in underserved populations, eliminating racial disparities in women’s health outcomes, and promoting education in health equity and cultural competency for medical trainees, providers and staff.
Ms. Crevecoeu is interested in developing a culturally specific maternity care models including implementing and evaluating innovative culturally specific care interventions that can help to improve the perinatal health disparities in Haitian and other similar populations in the context of rising black maternal mortality and morbidity.
Dr. Erica Holland research interests include the management of opioid use disorder during pregnancy, pain management during and after childbirth, and ethical issues surrounding the care of pregnant women with substance use disorder.
Ms. Hutchinson research focuses on women´s access to maternity care and quality of care assessment.
Dr. Kuohung’s research interests include infections and immune defenses of the placenta; Microbiome of the reproductive tract; Reproductive surgery; In vitro fertilization.
Dr. Lee-Parritz’s research Diabetes in pregnancy, Cervical incompetence, Surgical complications of pregnancy, Maternal heart disease, Medical complications of pregnancy
Dr. Markenson’s research interests includes preterm labor prediction and prevention, vaccination for pregnant women and improving health outcomes of women in military, both, during active duty and postdemployment.
Ms. Mottl-Santiago is interested in the role of Birth Sisters (culturally competent doulas) in improving pregnancy outcomes
Dr. Noel research interest’s encompasses Implementation of Prenatal Aspirin for the prevention of health disparities in medical indicated preterm and term deliveries
Dr. Patton research interest is primarily in shared decision making in reproductive health care
Dr. Perkins’s primary research program focuses on cervical cancer prevention through HPV vaccination and screening. Additional areas of interest involve improving maternal vaccination and qualitative research among vulnerable women.
Dr. Saia research interest entails substance abuse in pregnancy and its treatment and management. She collaborates with neonatologist at BMC to study the use of an extended-release naltrexone as well as a non-pharmacologic care methods to improve neonatal abstinence syndrome outcomes.
Dr. Stier’s research program encompasses HPV and malignancy risks in HIV positive individuals
Dr. Trader research focuses in the impact of internalized racism on reproductive health behaviors and outcomes
Dr. White’s research program focuses on post-partum contraception; New contraceptive technology and contraception decision making, Doula during Surgical Procedure; Women’s preferences for prenatal contraceptive counseling