The Gynecology and Obstetrics Alumni Society

When you chose Johns Hopkins to begin your career, you joined a family of alumni who have paved the way in medicine before you, and of future alums to come who will follow in your footsteps. We understand that your education at Johns Hopkins Medicine was just the first step in a lifelong journey of discovery, growth and learning and believe that you deserve to be a part of a community that goes on that journey along with you.

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Member Benefits

Exclusive members will receive:

  • A welcome packet, including a member certificate and lapel pin
  • Access to special events and educational webinars
  • Groundbreaking department updates, stories and interviews through your subscription to both the department and alumni society newsletter, and special society communications

Community News

From research to outreach, our community comes together to lead the way in advancing health care for future generations. Explore some of the latest news impacting women's health at Johns Hopkins and beyond.

Uterine Fibroid Treatment Research

In a pre-clinical, proof-of-concept study from Johns Hopkins Medicine, researchers found that epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a green tea compound with powerful antioxidant properties, could be promising for both treating and preventing uterine fibroids.


Sufrin Recognized for Opioid Use Disorder Research

Obstetrician-gynecologist Carolyn Sufrin was recently commended in an American Medical Association report for her research and advocacy involving incarcerated pregnant people with opioid use disorder.

Carolyn Sufrin, in a formal portrait, wearing a light brown sleeveless blouse, smiling and crossing her arms

Top Ranked

The Johns Hopkins Hospital is top ranked in Obstetrics & Gynecology, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2023–24 Best Hospitals list.

top ranked in the nation

Improving Care for Advanced Obstetrics Surgery Patients

At Johns Hopkins’ Advanced Obstetric Surgery Center, Dr. Jason Vaught and his colleagues strive to solve the problems that patients often encounter for this and other conditions, including placenta previa, prior hemorrhage, cardiac complications or previous colorectal surgery, among others.

A medical illustration depicts placenta accreta, a condition in which placenta grows into the uterus or other nearby organs

Meet Our Alumni

Photo Gallery

doctors at reception sit on couch
four people sit at a table
three people pose together
doctors at evening reception
3 fellows outside together
Residents at an Orioles Game
alumni gathered at table
Class of 2019
Fellows at SMFM
Gynecology students ice skating
class of 2016
alumni group at AAGL reception
  • The American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) Alumni Reception

    (from left to right) Dr. Esther Han, Dr. Harold Wu, Dr. Khara Simpson, Dr. Kristin Patzkowsky and Dr. Karen Wang

  • ASRM Alumni Reception

    Dr. Suheil Muasher and his wife, Lisa Muasher with Dr. Rick Meter and his wife, Patricia Meter

  • ASRM Alumni Reception

    Dr. Nabal Bracero and his wife Linette Sanchez with Dr. Segars

  • The American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) Alumni Reception

    Dr. Kelsey Musselman and Dr. Julia Wainger

  • Gynecologic oncology fellows

  • At an O's game in 2023

  • ASRM Alumni Reception

    Incoming fellow, Dr. Janelle Jackman with her husband, Lateef Yusuf, current fellows, Dr. Megan Gornet, Dr. Katherine Schmiech, and Dr. Anita Madison, and Dr. Cross

  • Class of 2019

  • Our fellows at a Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine event

  • Ice skating with friends

  • Class of 2016

  • The American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) Alumni Reception

    AAGL Alumni Reception group photo