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Amy Jo Ravin, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

Amy Jo Ravin, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

Assistant Professor
Division of General Obsterics and Gynecology

Appointments:
Assistant Professor
Division of General Obsterics and Gynecology

Medical Education:
University of Chicago-Pritzker School of Medicine

Residency:
University Health Center of Pittsburgh
Magee Women’s Hospital

Specialty:
General Obstetrics & Gynecology

Research Interests:
Principle Investigator: 2013 Try It! Summer Mini-Grant from Saint Louis University,

 


Paul C. Reinert, S.J. Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, St. Louis, MO

 


The Center will provide support for thinking about the pedagogical implications of trying simulation models in your class and to help consider ways to implement and assess that change.

Honors:
Outstanding Job Performance, Grace Hill Neighborhood Center
Clinical Teacher of the Year, Washington University School of Medicine
Irene McLenahan, Young Investigator Research Grant
Gates Pharmaceutical Award for Excellence in OB/GYN
Mary Emma Griffith Marshall Graduate Fellowship

Board Certification:
Obstetrics and Gynecology

Presentations / Publications:
Bibliography:
Papers
1.   Ravin AJ, Edwards RP, Krohn MA, Kelley JR, Christoperson WA, Roberts JM,
The Factor V Leiden Mutation and the Risk of Venous Thromboembolism in
Gynecologic Oncology Patients, Obstetrics & Gynecology 2002;100(6): 1285-1289

2.   Ravin AJ,  Mahowald MB, Stocking CB. Genes or Gestation? Attitudes of Women and     Men about Biologic Ties to Children,  Journal of Women's Health 1997; 6(6):639-647

3.   Mahowald MB, Levinson D, Cassel C, Bowman J, Ober C, Lemke A, LeBeau M,
Ravin AJ, Times, The New Genetics and Women, Milbank Quarterly 1996; 74(2):239-283

4.  Kadrmas JL, Ravin AJ, Leontis NB,  Relative Stabilities of DNA Three-way, Four-way,      and Five-way Junctions (Multi-Helix Junction Loops): Unpaired Nucleotides can be Stabilizing or Destabilizing, Nucleic Acids Research 1995;23(12): 2212-2222

5.     Ravin AJ, Dyer SM, Yeadon JE, Burden SJ,  Multiple Dystrophin Isoforms are Associated   with the Postsynaptic Membrane of Torpedo Electric Organ, Journal de Physiologie, Paris 1991;85:131-133

Locations:
St. Mary's Health Center Campus
Bellevue Office Building
1031 Bellevue Avenue || Suite 400
St. Louis, MO 63117
314-977-7455

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