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The department has a distinguished scholastic tradition with many of the members currently involved in clinical and/or basic science research and publishing in peer reviewed journals. The program strives to enhance the educational experience of its residents by providing an active research environment and educating the residents in proper research methodology and biostatistics.

Residents are required to select a research topic by the start of their PGY-2 year, present preliminary results during PGY-3 and present final projects at graduation. A faculty member in the relevant area is selected to assist and guide the resident along this process. During this process, residents have access to the hospital’s biostatistics department for assistance in such areas as study design, sample size and interpretation of data. Residents are encouraged to frequently present their research at a variety of local, regional and national scientific meetings.

Hui Chen, MD

Edward Jimenez, DO, Eva Chalas, MD

  • Are Graduating OB/GYN Residents Confident as Independent Gynecologic Surgeons?

Cheryl Dinglas, DO

Jolene Muscat, MD, Corrine Yeh, MD, Shah Islam, MPH, Timothy Rafael, MD, Anthony Vintzileos, MD

  • Screening for Glucose Intolerance During the Immediate Postpartum Period in Women with Gestational Diabetes

Kristin Gotimer, DO, MPH

Christopher Bondoc, BA, Eva Chalas, MD, Jeannine A. Villella, DO

  • Self-Reported Quality of Life Among Patients Who Have Undergone Outpatient Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy for Ovarian Cancer

Lindsay Martin, MD

Rose Calixte, PhD, Bogdan Grigorescu, MD

  • Obesity and Outcomes of Robotic Assisted Sacrocolpopexy

Lindsay Martin, MD

Maria Andrikopoulou, MD, George Lazarou, MD

  • Groin Granuloma after Retropubic Sling

Alyse Sherwin, MD

Joseph Cioffi, MD, Rose Calixte, PhD, Wendy Kinzler, MD, Anthony Vintzileos, MD

  • Do Obese Women Need Higher Dosages of Misoprostol for Labor Induction?

Maria Andrikopoulou, MD, PhD

Wendy L. Kinzler, MD, Rose Calixte, PhD, Martin R. Chavez, MD, Galyna Fetsak, MD, Jean Murphy, RDMS, Anthony M. Vintzileos, MD

  • Does Obesity Affect the Assessment of Third Trimester Amniotic Fluid?

Maria Andrikopoulou, MD, PhD

Baraa Allaf, MD, Maria Andrikopoulou, MD, Crnosija N, Jolene Muscat, MD, Martin Chavez, MD, Anthony Vintzileos, MD

  • Second Trimester Marginal Cord Insertion is Associated with Adverse Perinatal Outcomes

Sevan Vahanian, MD

Sevan Vahanian, MD, Residency Program Director, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology


Imani McEachern

Residency Program Coordinator

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

NYU Winthrop Hospital
259 First Street
Mineola, NY 11501

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