VINCENT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
Each year, The Vincent Memorial Hospital Foundation, formerly known as Vincent Memorial Hospital, publishes an annual report, which showcases innovative initiatives to advance women’s health that are underway in the Vincent Department of OB/GYN at Mass General.
2018 Annual Report
In this edition, we celebrate major milestones in the distinguished history of our organization including the 2018 announcement of a new corporate name. We also highlight a new leadership group of physicians and researchers who are keenly focused on conquering women’s cancers, and how VMHF financial support is helping to train the next generation of OB/GYN physician-scientists.
2017 Annual Report
Read about two scientists who joined the Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology in 2017 and are working to understand the cellular pathways that drive ovarian and cervical cancers; also how maternal obesity influences fetal brain development and behavior of offspring. We also highlight fellows in four OB/GYN subspecialties and their creative approaches to answering critical questions in women’s healthcare.
2016 Annual Report
Learn how funding provided by The Vincent Memorial Hospital Foundation supports cutting-edge lab discoveries that are translated into clinical studies and novel patient treatments; also the Foundation’s pivotal role in supporting 12 clinical research fellows, destined to becoming tomorrow’s leaders in OB/GYN research and care.
2015 Annual Report
This report honors Isaac Schiff, MD, the former chief of the Vincent Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, who shaped the department into one of the nation’s leading OB/GYN services; also initiatives led by seven faculty and fellows to create new treatments for endometrial cancer, fibroids, urinary infections, cesarean section, infertility and preventing pre-term birth.
2014 Annual Report
Explore how faculty in the Vincent Global Health Program work around the world, bringing lifesaving care to women in resource-poor countries; also how specially trained surgeons in the Vincent Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery program perform state-of-the-art techniques, operating through small ports, guided by cameras.