Department of Reproductive Medicine

Kathryn Macaulay

Clinical Professor

Patient Appointments: 858-657-8745
Administrative Office: 858-249-1208


Education and Degrees:

8/87-5/91 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, B.A., Classics,
with distinction in all subjects

7/91-5/95 Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, M.D.

Postgraduate Training:

7/95-6/96 Internship, Obstetrics and Gynecology;
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine
San Diego, California
Director: C. Nager, M.D.

7/96-699 Residency, Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine
San Diego, California
Director: C. Nager, M.D.

2002 Faculty Mentorship Program (NCLAM)

Academic Appointments:

8/99-6/30/06 Assistant Clinical Professor of Reproductive Medicine
Division of General Obstetrics and Gynecology
Department of Reproductive Medicine
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine

7/1/06- present Associate Clinical Professor of Reproductive Medicine
Division of General Obstetrics and Gynecology
Department of Reproductive Medicine
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine

Liscensure:

1995 State of California

Board Certification:


Board Certified American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology – 2002
(Recertification in progress)

Societies:

Junior Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology – 1996-1999
Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology – 2002-present
San Diego Reproductive Endocrine Society – 2002-2003
North American Menopause Society (NAMS) – 2002-present
Association of Professors in Gynecology & Obstetrics (APGO) – 2002-present

Honors:

Lane Cooper Classics Prize, Cornell University, 1991

Alpha Omega Alpha, 1994

Southwest Obstetrical and Gynecological Society-Wyeth Ayerst Resident Research Award, 1998

Ortho-Pharmaceutical Resident Research Award, 1998

Clinical Activities:

Clinical Ob/Gyn practice: 28 hrs/week

Resident continuity clinic: resident supervisor 1 clinic/week

Gyn surgery: 8 hrs/week

Attending Gyn Inpatient Service: 8 weeks/yr

Menopause Clinic Coordinator and Resident Supervisor: 8 hrs/month,

Nurse Midwife Medical Document Oversight: 4 hrs/week

University Service:

Operating Room Committee, UCSD Medical Center 1999-8/2005

Well-Woman Plus Steering Committee, UCSD Medical Center 2000-2001

Physician Well-Being Committee, UCSD Medical Center 2001-2002

Lactation Service Committee, UCSD Medical Center 2001-2002

Department of Reproductive Medicine Grand Rounds Coordinator, UCSD Medical Center 2004 - present

Medical Risk Management Committee, UCSD Medical Center 7/05 – present

Student Affairs Committee, UCSD School of Medicine 9/06 – 12/06

Medical School Courses Taught:

Reproductive Medicine 401-Obstetrcis and Gynecology Core Clerkship: 2 lectures/month
(“Fibroids and Endometriosis”, “Infectious Disease in Pregnancy”)

2nd Year Medical Student Preceptor for Introduction to Clinical Medicine, 2003

Human Anatomy Seminar-1999, 2002

ICM Core Course 2nd year medical students-pelvic exam instruction

Introduction to Reproductive Medicine: Lecturer: “Contraception”, 2000

Introduction to Reproductive Medicine: Lecturer: “Menopause”, 2004

Publications:

Walker M, Pruzinsky K, Benirschke K. Prolonged intermittent reversed end-diastolic flow in a monochorionic twin pregnancy associated with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome and absence of Hyrtl’s anastomosis. Journal of Perinatology 1999; 19(2),
147-49.

Invited Participation at Symposia and Conferences:

1. Speaker, “Update on Tubal Sterilization”, Continuing Medical Education Program, 2000 Updates in Gynecology, Kaiser Permanente Gynecology Seminar, Palm Springs CA, February 2000.

2. Speaker, “Dysphoric Disorders in PMS”, Continuing Medical Education Program, 2000 Updates in Gynecology, Kaiser Permanente Gynecology Seminar, Palm Springs CA, April 2000.

3. Speaker, “Update on Tubal Sterilization”, Continuing Medical Education Program, 2001 Updates in Gynecology, Kaiser Permanente Gynecology Seminar, Palm Springs CA, February 2001.

4. Speaker, “Update on Tubal Sterilization”, Continuing Medical Education Program, 2001 Updates in Gynecology, Kaiser Permanente Gynecology Seminar, Palm Springs CA, April 2001.

5. Speaker, “Defining Endometriosis and Chronic Pelvic Pain”, TAP Pharmaceuticals Nurse’s Dinner Program, San Diego, California, May 2001.

6. Speaker, “Defining Endometriosis and Chronic Pelvic Pain”, Medical Education Collaborative and TAP Pharmaceuticals Changing Perspectives…a New Outlook on Gynecologic Disorders: 2001 Speaker Briefing, Aspen, Colorado, June 2001

7. Speaker, “Understanding Sexual Dysfunction in the Menopause”, Salem Hospital Continuing Medical Education Program, OBG Grand Rounds, Salem, Oregon, August 2001

8. Panel Discussion Participant, “Women’s Issues”, Psychopharmacology for Primary Care Physicians & Allied Mental Health Professions, San Diego, California, September 2001.

9. Speaker, “Treatment of Endometriosis: An Alternative Approach to Oral Contraceptives”, TAP Pharmaceuticals, International Center for Postgraduate Medical Education, Anaheim, California, June 2002.

10. Consultant, Evista Consultant Feedback Forum, San Francisco, California, March 2003.

11. Panel Discussion Participant, Primary Care Symposium “Screening Practices in Primary Care”, San Diego, California, April 2003.

12. Workshop Participant, “Hormone Replacement Therapy: A Post Research Reflection”, 14th Annual Ambulatory Care Wave of the Future Nursing Conference Continuing Medical Education Program, San Diego, California, May 2003.

13. Speaker, “Hormone Replacement Therapy: A Post Research Reflection”, 14th Annual Ambulatory Care Wave of the Future Nursing Conference Continuing Medical Education Program, San Diego, California, May 2003.

14. Participant in Harkness Roundtable Program To Asses Clinical Strategies and To Improve Care of Menopausal Patients in Light of the Data from the WHI, June 2003.

15. Consultant Advisory Teleconference, “Risk of First Fracture – Protecting the Postmenopausal Woman”, Group Dynamics, LLC Healthcare Communications, San Diego, California, July 2003.

16. Panelist, “The ‘M’ Words (men…marriage…mid-life…menopause…and more)”, Women’s Council on Mental Health, San Diego, California, November 2003.

17. Consultant, Gynecare/Ethicon – Participated in a Media Outreach Project addressing the Treatment of Menorrhagia and was interviewed for a video news release in San Diego, California and New York City, New York, May 2004.

18. Speaker, “Management of Menopause in Women at High Risk for Breast Cancer”, Clinical Cancer Genetics Program, San Diego, California, July 2005.

19. Speakers Bureau Training with Duramed Pharmaceutical, Extended Cycle OCPs and Seasonique, La Jolla, California, February 2007.

20. Consultant, Implanon Faculty Training Program, San Antonio, Texas, April 2007.

21. Speaker, Osteoporosis Strategies for Prevention and Management, 2007 Nurse Recognition Conference, San Diego, California, May 2007.

22. Speakers Bureau Training with Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Reclast: Once Yearly Treatment for Postmenopausal Osteoporosis, Los Angeles, California, January 2008.

23. Speaker/Consultant, Prescriptions Solutions, P&T Committee Meeting, Menopause & Hormone Replacement Therapy, Newport Beach, California, February 2008.

24. Speaker, “Reclast in the Management of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis”, La Jolla, California, June 2008.

25. Speaker, “Managing the Treatment of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis in the Newly Diagnosed Patient, San Diego, California, June 2008.

26. Speaker/Consultant, Prescriptions Solutions, P&T Committee Meeting, Menopause & Hormone Replacement Therapy, Newport Beach, California, February 2009.

Clinical Research Interests:

Conventional and alternative treatments for menopause

Use of estrogen in women with mood disorders

Leiomyomata Uteri: Basic Science and Translational Research

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorders and Postpartum Depression

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