Dr. Bridget Quinn wins First Place in the Clinical Science category in the GME’s 18th Annual Resident and Fellow Research Day.

Dr. Bridget Quinn, rising PGY5, represented VCU Radiation Oncology at the 2021 American Brachytherapy Society’s annual meeting with an oral presentation on her research on vaginal stenosis and sexual function in women with endometrial cancer.

[View Image]Dr. Bridget Quinn, rising PGY5, represented VCU Radiation Oncology at the 2021 American Brachytherapy Society’s annual meeting with an oral presentation on her research on vaginal stenosis and sexual function in women with endometrial cancer.

She also won first place in the 18th annual VCU Graduate Medical Education Resident and Fellows Research Day in the Clinical Science category for her poster Change in Vaginal Length and Sexual Function in Women Who Undergo Surgery ± Radiation Therapy for Endometrial Cancer.

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