Education and training is a critical pillar of the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health. We offer a required clerkship and advanced electives for medical students; a large, diverse residency program; and fellowships in gynecologic oncology and maternal-fetal medicine. Through educational events such as Grand Rounds and community outreach, we strive to educate & inform community physicians, and other healthcare providers.

obgyn education

Each year we train more than 200 medical students through our 4-week required clerkship course.  Advanced electives are also available in Gynecologic Oncology and Maternal-Fetal Medicine.

obgyn residents

Our 4-year residency program, the only one in the metro Twin Cities area, welcomes a class of 9 new residents each year. This large and diverse program offers training at numerous community service sites where you'll be working with some of the finest physicians and surgeons in the country.

obgyn education

We offer 2 fellowship programs. The Gynecologic Oncology fellowship is a 3-year program featuring 12 months of protected research time while being part of the largest academic Gynecologic Cancer program in the Midwest. The Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship is a 3-year program preparing physicians for careers in academic medicine or community sub-specialty practice.