Exploring a restorative and multidisciplinary approach to treatment in an Australian hospital-based fertility clinic 

Gabriel James, BSc MSc MBBS, is an advanced trainee in obstetrics and gynaecology at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane, Australia. He is a doctoral candidate exploring methods to enhance natural conception at the University of Queensland.

Recent use of oral contraceptives and menstrual cycle characteristics 

Dr. Shahpar Najmabadi received Masters of Science in Midwifery from the Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences in Tehran. She earned her Masters of Public Health at the University of Utah at 2012 with a Certificate in Global Health  and continued on to obtain a PhD in Public Health at 2019.

The title of her dissertation was “Self-observed characteristics of menstrual cycles in women with normal fertility: A pooled analysis of 3 cohorts.” She received a Certificate in Women Health in 2016.  Dr. Najmabadi previously worked as a research analyst for the University of Utah, Division of Public health, a consultant for the National Committee for Quality Assurance in Washington, DC in 2016, and a research analyst in the Office of Cooperative Reproductive Health at the University of Utah.  Currently, she works as a Post-Doc Research Associate in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah.

Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Tubal Anastomosis: Single Institution Analysis

William Nolan, MD, is currently a third year resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo, New York, USA.  Sisters Hospital is affiliated with the University at Buffalo.  Dr. Nolan completed his undergraduate studies at the University at Buffalo with a degree in Biomedical Engineering, and continued to medical school at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. During medical school he completed an elective rotation with physicians working with fertility awareness based methods of family planning and a NaProTechnology trained surgeon. His professional interests include minimally invasive gynecologic surgery, NaproTechnology, infertility, and fertility awareness.

Reporting non-recommended use of condoms and withdrawal in a study of a natural system of family planning. 

I am Daniel Opoku Agyemang, from Ghana, West Africa. I had my bachelor's degree from the University of Ghana in Animal Biology and Conservation Science (2010-2014). After a voluntary one-year service with Ghana Health Service in Maternal and Child Health, I enrolled in an MPH program. I got my Master's of Public Health degree from Ensign College of Public Health (ECOPH), also in Ghana (2015-2017). As a graduate student, I was the lead research assistant on a collaborative project between the University of Utah and ECOPH to reduce maternal and child mortality in hard-to-reach rural areas in Ghana.

Currently, I am a public health doctoral trainee at the University of Utah, working under Dr. Joseph B. Stanford. My research interests are the impact of lifestyle on fertility, pregnancy, and maternal health on child development, especially postpartum.