Research and Education
Jefferson Women's Primary Care has a collection of investigational assets and research experience among the the staff, all dedicated to providing the best possible care for women and their families.
- 19 years experience in conducting clinical trials
- Wide-ranging research & clinical expertise in endocrinology, cardiovascular disease, gynecology, and testosterone-replacement therapy for men
- Multiple collaborative interdepartmental research projects
Jefferson Women's Primary Care proudly promotes knowledge about the effects of sex and gender on health by supporting:
- Professional education programs, such as Continuing Medical Education (CME), Grand Rounds speakers, and interdisciplinary journal club
- Medical students, residents, and fellows
- Patients with events like the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Symposium
Our clinicians are celebrated professionals who have taken the opportunity to publish a collection of their work. For example:
A handbook that provides a comprehensive overview on hormone replacement therapy, with a range of key features that differentiate it from other titles on the topic.
by Amy L. Clouse, MD & Katherine Sherif, MD
A book that clearly elucidates many of the key issues found in the disparate literature on sex-based differences in health and illness.
A wise and moving memoir of a young doctor's journey from health to illness and back again. Rosalind Kaplan had it all - loving husband, newborn son, and an Ivy-League medical degree with a promising career ahead. That was, until the day when an accidental "stick" with an infected needle changed everything.