Date: April 23, 2007
Name: Rebekah E. Gee, M.D., M.P.H.
Office: 13th Floor Blockley Hall
423 Guardian Drive
2002 M.D. Cornell University Medical College
1998 M.P.H. Columbia School of Public Health
Major: Health Policy and Management
1997 B.A. Columbia College/Columbia University
Major: American History
2006- Fellow University of Pennsylvania
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar
2002-06 Resident Obstetrics and Gynecology
Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital
2006- Attending physician, VA hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with teaching responsibilities to the residents at the University of Pennsylvania
2006- Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar, University of Pennsylvania
2006- Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics
University of Pennsylvania
2002-06 Clinical Fellow in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology,
Harvard Medical School.
Healthcare Organization Responsibilities:
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)
2005- Clinical Practice Guidelines—Gynecology
State Chair and Vice Chair, ACOG Junior Fellows, Massachusetts
American Medical Association (AMA)
2001-02 AMA- Representative to the Council on Scientific Affairs
2001 AMA-MSS Reference Committee
Physician advisor to Governor Rendell’s (PA) office of health care reform
Health policy advisor to Massachusetts Public Health Committee Chair, Representative Peter Koutoujian
Co-Author of Massachusetts Legislation passed 2005 “An Act to Provide Timely Access to Emergency Contraception.”
2006 Courting Justice Award, Choice USA
2005 Expanding the boundaries award. Harvard Medical School
2002 Poucher Prize for Proficiency in Obstetrics and Gynecology-Cornell University
Roberts Prize for best original research -Cornell University
2001-2002 David P. Barr Fellow, Cornell University
Lectures by Invitation:
September 12, 2007: Annual meeting nurse practitioners in women’s health: “Healthcare reform: past history and future challenges.”
May 17, 2007: Charlestown citizens forum: “Health care reform, pipedream or possibility”
May 7, 2007: ACOG annual meeting press briefing: “Unintended pregnancy and America.”
March 17, 2007: Pennsylvania Senate Democrats: “Healthcare reform, Massachusetts and beyond”
February 2, 2007: Grand rounds University of Pennsylvania: “Contraception from Arsenic to Plan B”
January 22, 2006: Dean’s lecture at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine entitled “Physician Advocacy, contraception, plan B and abortion”
November 15,2006: University of Pennsylvania Law School, “Roe v. Wade, Wal-Mart and Beyond”
November 8, 2006: Temple Law School, “Carhart and Casey, Supreme Court Law and Women’s Health.”
October 2,2006: The ABCs of Contraception: ACOG media event
February 5, 2003: Keynote speaker at NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts annual meeting “30 years after Roe V. Wade”
Emergency contraception knowledge after a community education campaign. Gee RE, Delli Bovi L, Chuang C. In submission: Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Shacter, H, Gee, RE and Long J. Variation of Availability of Emergency Contraception in Pharmacies. Contraception. 2007; 75 (3):214-7.
Gee, RE Plan B, Reproductive Rights and Physician Activism. New England Journal of Medicine. July 6, 2006; 4-5.
Identifying the relative risk of factors associated with monochorionic pregnancies. Skiadas C, Missmer SA, Gee RE and Racowsky C. Abstract presented at ASRM annual meeting 2006.
Ledger WJ, Gee R, Genc M, et al. Human papillomavirus testing in women with an abnormal Pap smear. It J Gynecol Obstet. 2004;16:51-57.
Gee RE. Fins JJ. Barriers to pain and symptom management, opioids, health policy, and drug benefits. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management. 25(2):101-3, 2003 Feb.
Gee,RE. Ovarian function and ovulation induction. Challenger Corporation. OB/GYN CD ROM review course, 2003.