Not only do we offer five separate OB/GYN fellowships at UAB, we also place fellows placement is extremely competitive. See some of the most recent matches below.

2019 Fellows:

  • 4 GYN Onc: Ohio State University, Memorial Stone Kettering Cancer Center, University of North Carolina, Washington University in St. Louis
  • 1 FMPRS: University of of Alabama Birmingham
  • 1 MFM: Oregon Health Sciences Center

2018 Fellows:

  • 1 MFM: Duke University
  • 1 REI: University of South Florida
  • 1 FPMRS: Houston Methodist Hospital
  • 1 Family Planning: Brigham and Women's Hospital

2017 Fellows:

  • 2 GYN Onc: Ohio State University, University of Wisconsin
  • 3 MFM: Duke University, University of Oklahoma, University of Alabama Birmingham
  • 1 REI: Baylor College of Medicine

2016 Fellows:

  • 2 GYN Onc: University of California Los Angeles, University of Alabama Birmingham
  • 1 Pelvic Surgery: UT/Methodist Hospital
  • 2 MFM: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, University of Alabama Birmingham
  • 1 REI: University of of Alabama Birmingham

2015 Fellows:

  • 1 REI: Baylor University
  • 1 FPMRS: University of of Alabama Birmingham

 2014 Fellows:

  • 3 GYN Oncology: University of of Alabama Birmingham, Washington University, University of Washington
  • 3 MFM: University of Texas-Houston, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • 2 REI: University of of Alabama Birmingham, Rutgers/Robert Wood Johnson

2013 Fellows:

  • 1 GYN Oncology: University of of Alabama Birmingham
  • 2 Urogynecology: University of of Alabama Birmingham, Duke University
  • 1 Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology: University of of Alabama Birmingham
  • 1 Minimal Invasive Surgery: Fox Chase Cancer Center

2012 Fellows:

  • 1 MFM / Genetics: University of of Alabama Birmingham
  • 1 GYN Oncology: University of of Alabama Birmingham
  • 1 REI: Brigham and Women's Hospital

View a full list of our Graduating Resident positions . . .

Weekly didactics mixed with hands-on learning opportunities are an integral part of our program. These include biweekly, division-specific didactics and bimonthly Morbidity and Mortality conferences and Journal Clubs. We have dedicated education staff members and a resident education committee whose sole purpose is to ensure quality resident educational experiences.

Dr. John Woods, our Director of Simulation, coordinates individual laparoscopic skills training and “spontaneous” in-unit simulations covering a wide variety of clinical scenarios including post-partum hemorrhage, eclamptic seizure, and shoulder dystocia. This allows residents to master managing high-risk medical complications in a low-risk, education-driven environment.

In addition, we have a Da Vinci robot as well as laparoscopic skills and ultrasound simulators to help hone your skills.


They take good care of us here.  Here’s a list of some of the perks of being a UAB resident.

  • Catered lunch every Friday and catered dinner for Journal Club
  • Free white coats (4) and white coat laundering
  • UAB OB/GYN signature scrubs
  • Free covered parking
  • Complimentary Williams Obstetrics and Williams Gynecology books for new interns
  • A $2200 book fund
  • Funded AL licensure/DEA fees
  • Department-sponsored attendance at any conference at which you have an accepted 1st author abstract or paper
  • Access to support for global electives and research funding through the UAB Ob/Gyn Fund for Excellence in Education
  • Free attendance to the Alabama ACOG meeting in Sandestin, FL as a third-year resident 

We never need an excuse to hang out outside of work.  Come let off some steam with us at one of our department-sponsored events.

  • Black Tie Chiefs’ Party
  • Pre-Chiefs’ Roast and Porch Party
  • Intern Party
  • Resident Retreat
  • Couth Holiday Party

Birmingham is a beautiful, fun city that is affordable and easy to navigate. We have numerous local breweries and enjoy award-winning cuisine from chefs like James Beard Award winner, Frank Stitt.  Between the Birmingham Museum of Art, Civil Rights Institute, Zoo, Botanical Gardens, Baron’s Baseball, and Alabama Ballet, there is something for everyone.  There are opportunities for running, hiking, and biking at Railroad Park, Red Mountain Park, Jemison Trail, and Oak Mountain State Park. Plus there are lakes, mountains, and beaches that are all close by.  A good football tailgate is right down the road in Auburn or Tuscaloosa, and the SEC is headquartered here.  Our residents find that the city is very family friendly, and over half us own our own homes.

Read this NY Times article, or maybe this NY Times article, or even this NY Times article (see #45). Then, be sure to visit the School of Medicine's Birmingham website to find out more about the “Magic City.”

The aesthetically-pleasing Women and Infants' Center is a $140 million, 567,000-square-foot lone-standing women’s hospital that allows us to continue to set the standard in Obstetrics and Gynecology. The patient rooms, nursing stations, and physician work areas are spacious and well-equipped, and we enjoy a beautiful view of Birmingham from the glassed skywalks that connect us to the Children’s Hospital and UAB’s Main Hospital. 

We provide care to very sick, complex patients. We are the major referral center in the state of Alabama and take care of patients from all over the southeast. After four years here, our residents are primed for success in private paractice, academic medicine, or fellowhip. Best of all. our interns are in the OR on day 1 of the residency!  

Our department is consistently ranked as one of the highest NIH-funded Obstetrics and Gynecology departments in the country, and as residents, we have the opportunity to conduct research with faculty who are leaders in their fields.  In 2014, Dr. Alan Tita in the Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine, became lead investigator on a new $19.3 million NIH study about chronic hypertension in pregnancy.

The secret to our department’s success lies in our people. Our residents are a well-rounded, hard-working, fun-loving, ambitious, and intelligent bunch. The relationship between our faculty and residents is one of mutual respect that allows residents to learn in a nurturing, supportive environment. We make the best of our time together outside of work and are sure to celebrate life’s milestone together.  Come see for yourself!