The CORE team
We are a group of Evidence-Based Medicine Ob/Gyn enthusiasts who love education and think that the more you know, the better care you can offer patients!
It started one day while we were trolling the internet in our free time (post-residency…). We had grand ideas for a website that was a compilation of all of resources we had come across during residency and, lo and behold, we found the ObG Project. We emailed them right away and teamed up to create a site dedicated to residents. Why? Well… because sometimes you just need to know the basics of HOW to administer magnesium sulfate and WHEN before you can dive into the intricacies of the Magpie trial (which we heartily recommend at some point). From there, the Residents’ CORE was born – a Comprehensive ObGyn’s Resource for Education. Brought to life via the ObG Project team and a dedicated team of medical education enthusiasts.
We want your help. Are you excited about this? Does this seem right up your alley? Email us at: email@example.com in order to sign up. We are looking for motivated individuals to help us curate content, develop new content, and keep old things fresh.
In short, the “About Us” is really “About You”!
A couple of our key staff to keep the site up to date are:
Ashley Comfort, MD, FACOG
Director of Medical Content
Ashley Comfort (she/her/hers)
is a MedEd enthusiast, no-nonsense purveyor of evidence-based medicine, and
Generalist Ob/Gyn. She received her MD at the Keck School of Medicine of USC and completed her OB/GYN residency at NYU School of Medicine.
Her academic interests include using data to improve clinical management, increasing efficiency in accessing resources through sites such as the Resident CORE, and decreasing maternal morbidity and mortality through the efficient harnessing of technology in medicine.
Carolyn Chatteron, DO, MPH
MFM Fellow, Content Curator
Carolyn Chatterton is currently a Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellow at Wayne State University. She completed Ob/Gyn residency at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip, NY, and received her DO and MPH degrees from A.T. Still University.
Her professional interests include fetal growth restriction, abnormal placentation, medical education, and health disparities. In her free time, Carolyn loves to spend quality time with her husband and daughter, travelling, and working on her tennis game. She is looking forward to collaborating with everybody at the OBG Project!
We would like to give a big special shout-out thank you to those individuals who made significant contributions to helping us with this project, in alphabetical order:
Nicholas Burns, MD – Fellow, Maternal Fetal Medicine at the University of Washington @RNBTXMD
Fei Cai, MD – Fellow, Maternal Fetal Medicine at University of Pennsylvania @Captainfakeeye
Colleen Denny, MD – Assistant Professor at New York University and NYC HHC Bellevue Hospital
Jennifer McEachron, DO – Fellow, Gyn Oncology at SUNY Downstate