Women with Synchronous Uterine and Ovarian Cancers: Misdiagnosed and Mistreated?

Title: Women with Synchronous Uterine and Ovarian Cancers- Misdiagnosed and Mistreated?Presenter: Robert Dood, MD, University of Utah Department of Obstetrics and GynecologyDate: 5/12/21Brief Description: A project investigating the synchronicity of uterine and ovarian cancers and the effects on associated survival ratesKeywords/Main Subjects: Cancer, uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, stage I cancers, survival ratesCopyright: copyright Robert Dood ©2021Contact: Rob.Dood@hsc.utah.edu Q&A: https://youtu.be/qFPrzUVE8CY?t=9227

Refining the Assessment of Placental Somatic Variation

Title: Refining the Assessment of Placental Somatic VariationPresenter: Nathan Blue, MD, University of Utah Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Date: 5/12/21Brief Description: A project investigating placental somatic variation and its implications with regard to placental insufficiencyKeywords/Main Subjects: Placental somatic variation, placental insufficiency, assessment, somatic mutations, adverse pregnancy outcomesCopyright: copyright Nathan Blue ©2021Contact: nathan.blue@hsc.utah.edu Content Warning: – Stillborn baby shown from 4:14 – …

Progesterone, Post-partum Women and Preventing Methamphetamine Use: Applying Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s Favorite Medicine to Perinatal Substance Abuse

Title: Progesterone, Post-partum Women and Preventing Methamphetamine Use: Applying Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s Favorite Medicine to Perinatal Substance AbusePresenter: Marcela Smid, MD, MA, MS, University of UtahDate: 5/14/20Brief Description: A proposal to study effects of progesterone on preventing return to methamphetamine use in post-partum womenKeywords/Main Subjects: Post-partum, perinatal substance abuse, methamphetamine use, progesterone, prevention, maternal-fetal medicineCopyright: copyright Marcela …

Exploring Genetic Variation in Normal and Diseased Human Placentas

Title: Exploring Genetic Variation in Normal and Diseased Human PlacentasPresenter: Nathan Blue, MD, University of UtahDate: 5/14/20Brief Description: Influences of genetic variation on placental insufficiencyKeywords/Main Subjects: Placental disease, placental insufficiency, stillbirth, genetic variationCopyright: copyright Nathan Blue ©2020Contact: nathan.blue@hsc.utah.edu Content Warning: Stillborn baby shown from 2:56 – 3:26