In the departmental listings, the following notations signify particular faculty appointments:
* Secondary appointment
+ Part time
^ Faculty member with secondary appointment outside the School of Medicine
# Faculty member with primary appointment outside the School of Medicine
Young W. Ahn, Mary Ann Brown, Elizabeth B. Connell, Edwin Dale, William L. Graves, Robert A. Hatcher, Armand Hendee, Marion Howard, William Josey, Luella Klein, S. Robert Kovac, B. Denise Raynor, Russell Richardson, Elizabeth S. Sharp, Kenneth Spraggins, John D. Thompson, Claire M. Westdahl
Kevin Ault, Alfred W. Brann Jr*, Penny Ann Castellano, Ira R. Horowitz, Bhagirath Majmudar*, Neil Sidell
Carrie Cwiak, Mary Segars Dolan, Lisa Flowers, Victoria L. Green, Michael K. Lindsay, Carla P. Roberts, Donna R. Session
Jessica C. Arluck, Martina Badell, Meaghan Bowling, Elizabeth Collins, Agena Davenport-Nicholson, Jane Elizabeth Ellis, Nicholas Fogelson, Jennifer A. Goedken, Lisa B. Haddad, John Patrick Horton, Deborah Karp, Namita Khanna, Melissa Jo Kottke, Eva Lathrop, Kurt Martinuzzi, Taniqua Miller, Gina Northington, Amber Samuel, Weirong Shang, Jessica B. Spencer, Stephen Harry Weiss, John S White, Demetrius Woods, Kalinda Dennis Woods, Jennifer Wrenn
Erin Berry-Bibee, Erin Burnett, Lesley Conrad, Elizabeth Deans, Iris Krishna, Angela Martin, Sara Rizk, Anits Tamirisa
Denise J. Jamieson, Ramon A. Suarez+
Benedict B. Benigno, Camille Davis-Williams, Terry I. Feng, Jeffrey H. Korotkin, Dorothy E. Mitchell-Leef, Ceana Nezhat
Brad S. Bootstaylor+, Janice W. Johnston, Carolyn R. Kaplan+, Gulzar Kassam, Herschel Woron Lawson+, Peter C. C. Mann, Jane Elizabeth Mashburn, Nathan Mordel+, Sujatha Reddy+, Joseph L. Tate+, Naomi Tepper
Felecia L. Dawson, Meera S. Garcia, Gregory P. Zengo
Six weeks. Application Phase. Credit, 6 hours. This six-week clerkship is divided into rotations in labor and delivery, gynecology, and outpatient experience. Students are involved in all aspects of patient care. They are responsible for making rounds and writing notes under the supervision of the house staff, attending assigned clinics, and participating in the activities of the operating and delivery rooms.
In addition to this clinical experience, there is a structured didactic curriculum that includes departmental weekly conferences, skills practicum, lectures, debates, and web based instruction. The final grade in the clerkship is based on clinical performance evaluations, a debate presentation, an oral evaluation, a standardized written examination, and the National Board subject exam.
A number of courses are available for directed study of complications of pregnancy, labor and delivery, approaches to fertility control, gynecologic surgery, general obstetrics and gynecology, reproductive rights, ethical and social issues relevant to the medical care of women, and emerging research in the field of women's health. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory.