Innovation in Resident Education

This is an incredibly exciting time to be entering the field of obstetrics and gynecology. At UVM, we have introduced curriculum options to ensure that our trainees receive outstanding core training and also have the option of exploring special tracks of interest.

Residents working with a patient

Our Curriculum

The field of OBGYN is dynamic and constantly evolving. As such, we pride ourselves on our ongoing evaluation of our curriculum in order to best meet the needs of our trainees. In addition to a rich clinical experience, the curriculum includes simulation and interactive didactic lectures from our core and volunteer faculty as well as from multidisciplinary faculty (e.g., pediatrics, pathology, primary care, surgery) throughout our academic medical center. In addition to our core curriculum and exposure to all of the subspecialties, our residents will have an 8 week elective block during their third year to pursue special tracks of interest, i.e. research, global health, health care policy, medical education, or rural health care.

OBGYN Residents working together

Our Faculty

The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at the University of Vermont College of Medicine is focused on providing top quality patient care, supporting research and innovations in education. Our faculty are nationally and internationally recognized for their contributions in MFM, ultrasound, gyn oncology, REI and medical education. Our faculty pride themselves in offering cutting edge evidence based clinical training while maintaining a stimulating, challenging and positive learning environment.

OBGYN Residents chatting

Our Residents

Residents in our ob/gyn residency program come from diverse backgrounds and have varied career aspirations. Our faculty is committed tosupporting our residents in their individual goals as well as in their shared goal of becoming outstanding clinicians and contributors to our local and global community.

Our residents graduate with the skills necessary to be outstanding generalists and have the education and training to obtain competitive subspecialty fellowships.

In their commitment to their patients, to each other, to education and to the Department, our residents inspire us daily to work continually toward making their experience as rewarding as possible.

Why Choose UVM for Residency?

  • Faculty and staff devoted to resident education and well-being 
  • Academic yet small cohesive program 
  • Strong evidence based teaching and practice
  • Opportunity for clinical, basic science or epidemiological research 
  • Located in beautiful Burlington, Vermont

Our goal is to provide a balance of educational and clinical experience within obstetrics and gynecology. Most of the residency training occurs at our home institution, The University of Vermont Medical Center. In addition to our academic strength, Burlington, VT offers a plethora of year round outdoor activities and cultural activities.

Bronwyn Kenny, MD, Residency Program Director

Justin DeAngelis, MD, Associate Program Director