Individual-Level and Neighborhood-Level Risk Factors for Severe Maternal Morbidity

Study providing evidence that neighborhood-level risk factors are independent predictors of Severe Maternal Morbidity, providing further evidence that racial disparities in maternal outcomes are symptoms of historical and structural racism.

The Impact of Sickle Cell Status on Adverse Delivery Outcomes Using Electronic Health Record Data

Applied Clinical Research Informatics: Solving Real World Problems. Oral Presentations S17: March 23, 2021 11:30am-1pm ET

Not All C-sections Are the Same: Investigating Emergency vs. Elective C-section Deliveries as an Adverse Pregnancy Outcome

Publication and poster accepted for the 2021 Pacific Biocomputing Symposium. This study utilizes Electronic Health Record (EHR) data to assess the impact of pregnancy-specific maternal morbidity and patient-specific characteristics on experiencing an emergency admission at the time of delivery and its relationship to Cesarean section (C-section) deliveries

Development and Evaluation of MADDIE: Method to Acquire Delivery Date Information from Electronic Health Records

An R algorithm designed to extract delivery episode details from structured Electronic Health Record data.

Is Hydroxychloroquine Safe During Pregnancy? Observations from Penn Medicine

Preprint as a contribution from a rapid response exploration of hydroxychloroquine effects on pregnancy-related outcomes.

Investigating Pregnancy-Related Health Outcomes Among Patients with Sickle Cell Disease and Linking with Health Disparities

Poster presented at the 2019 American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium held November 16th-20th in Washington D.C.