Women’s Health Collaborative Research Group
Welcome from Steven Lindheim, M.D.
The Women's Health Collaborative Research Group was established in 2014 to promote women's health by supporting basic science and clinical research and encouraging a multidisciplinary approach to improve understanding of the diseases unique to women. These include various aspects of obstetrics, gynecology and reproduction. Research is ongoing and new projects are starting every day. Our goal is to be a resource for both the academic and local communities and to support research that provides women with the highest level of health care and quality of life.
Thank you for your interest in our research. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is proud to announce the initiation of the OB/GYN Research and Training Fund headed by Jerome Yaklic, M.D., David Cool, Ph.D., and Steven Lindheim, M.D. We are also pleased to announce that second-year Boonshoft School of Medicine student Katie Coyne, M.S., was awarded the inaugural grant in September 2014 for her work in the area of third party reproduction-obesity and reproductive outcomes.
The mission of the Women's Health Collaborative Research Group is to impact women's health by fostering research in diseases unique to women. This is being achieved by:
Abstract presentation: K.D. Coyne, K.M. O’Leary, J.L. Yaklic, L.D. Whigham, S.R. Lindheim. Gestational carrier (GC) BMI and reproductive, fetal and neonatal outcomes: are the risks the same with increasing obesity? Presented at the 70th American Society of Reproductive Medicine, Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct. 22, 2014.
Translational Research Development Grants in Reproductive Health
The OB/GYN Research and Training Fund has established an award for up to $5,000 for Wright State faculty, medical residents and medical students. Contact us for more information.
Faculty, residents and students who would like to get involved with our department's research activities, see:
Patients interested in participating in clinical trials, see:
Anyone interested in making a financial donation in support of our work may make a secure credit card gift through the Wright State University Foundation here:
The foundation is a charitable organization qualifying for tax-exempt status under Section 501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code, and all donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
For more information, please contact: