Dr. Daniel Clarke-Pearson, UNC OB-GYN department chair, gave the keynote address at the May 25 event.

Dr. Daniel Clarke-Pearson visits with Dr. Linnea Goodman, a former UNC OB-GYN resident.

Dr. Daniel Clarke-Pearson, Robert A. Ross Distinguished Professor and UNC OB-GYN department chair, was an invited keynote speaker and judge at Cleveland Clinic’s Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women’s Health Institute 1st Annual Research Day May 25, 2016.

Dr. Clarke-Pearson’s keynote address was on “Preventing Venous Thromboembolism in Gynecologic Surgery.”

Dr. Linnea Goodman, former UNC OB-GYN resident and current Cleveland Clinic fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology and Fertility, gave the presentation, “Does the addition of time-lapse morphokinetics in the selection of embryos for transfer improve pregnancy rates? A randomized controlled trial.”