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The ObG Project – A New Resource for Women’s Healthcare Professionals

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The ObG Project – A New Resource for Women’s Healthcare Professionals

Susan J. Gross, MD, FRCSC, FACOG, FACMG, a long-time friend and supporter of the Sarnoff Center for Jewish Genetics has recently launched the ObG Project, a primary educational and social resource for women’s healthcare professionals.  Through the use of mobile friendly platforms, the ObG project will provide knowledge and information that is

  • Evidenced based and oriented to professional standards and guidelines
  • Easily searchable
  • Practical and action oriented – “what you need when you need it”
  • Engaging and impactful for providers, both inside and outside the office

Dr.Gross and her management team have a depth of combined experience in women’s healthcare, computer technologies, medical writing and decades of real life experience managing and caring for women and their families.  They have served as teachers and mentors, and are passionate believers in life-long learning. 

For all of you who know Sue and have admired her work in women’s healthcare and genetics, check out the website at www.ObGproject.com  Join in the conversation and contribute your knowledge to improve healthcare services for women worldwide.

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