The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine strives to create collaborative research opportunities for faculty and students. Both groups are encouraged to attend Grand Rounds and monthly Research Division Meetings to discuss their work and that of their colleagues. Click on the links below or scroll down for more information.


External Databases

Institutional Resources

Policy Updates

Medical Student Funding Application

Perinatal Healthcare Expectations, Experiences and Discrimination (PHEED) Study

The PROMOTE Prenatal Screener


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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Provides links to data and statistics for current healthcare topics

USAID Development Data Library
Provides access to data collected internationally by USAID researchers and surveyors

NICHD Dash (Data and Specimen Hub) 

The NICHD Data and Specimen Hub (DASH) is a centralized resource that allows researchers to share and access de-identified data from studies funded by NICHD.  DASH also serves as a portal for requesting biospecimens from selected DASH studies.


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Institutional Resources

Stony Brook Office of Research Compliance

Human Subjects Research Training

CITI Training Programs:

Complete the following courses:

  • The Responsible Conduct of Research
  • Human Subjects Protection (once this course is selected, be sure to take the "Biomedical- Group 2" course)
  • Conflict of Interest
  • Good Clinical Practice (US FDA focus)

Quality Improvement

myResearch IRB



Med Student Application Funding Form

Medical Student Funding Application

This application is used to request funding for research projects, scholarly programs, attending conferences, etc.

Scan the QR code or click here to open the application.




Perinatal Healthcare Expectations, Experiences and Discrimination (PHEED) Study

This study is funded by LINCATS (Long Island Network for Clinical and Translational Science) Pilot Program to investigate discrimination in prenatal care.

Click here to learn more.  



The PROMOTE Prenatal Screener
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Screen for psychosocial vulnerabilities and substance use in prenatal care is not well integrated and adopted in clinical practice.

The PROMOTE* screener was designed for systematic, comprehensive, and easy psychosocial clinical assessment to improve care and perinatal outcomes.
*Profile for Maternal & Obstetric Treatment Effectiveness

Learn more