Portrait of India Anderson-Carter
India Anderson-Carter, MD
UW Health Resident
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Meriter Hospital
5E-UPH
202 S. Park (Meriter)
Madison, WI, 53715

Grand Rounds: Anderson-Carter presents “Wisconsin Maternal Mortality: An Overview of Where We Are and Next Steps”

On April 4, 2024, UW Department of Ob-Gyn resident India Anderson-Carter, MD, PGY-4, presented the Grand Rounds lecture “Wisconsin Maternal Mortality: An Overview of Where We Are and Next Steps.”

In the lecture, Anderson-Carter illustrated the trend of maternal mortality in the U.S. and how it correlates to Wisconsin’s maternal mortality, while also discussing substance abuse and its relation to maternal mortality. Anderson-Carter concluded with preventative strategies to help improve the state’s maternal mortality issues.

You can watch the whole lecture here.

**by Ob-Gyn Communications Intern Paige Stevenson

Welcome India Anderson-Carter to Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn

India Anderson-Carter, MD, has accepted an offer to join the ASOG Division as an assistant professor (CHS), effective August 1, 2024. Anderson-Carter will be a Centennial Clinician faculty, with a role focusing on clinical care, research, and diversity, equity, and inclusion leadership. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Anderson-Carter to our faculty!

Anderson-Carter earned her medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; she will complete ob-gyn residency in our department this summer. She is currently the Education Chief Resident. During residency, she received the Society of Gynecologic Oncology 2023 Outstanding Resident in Gynecologic Oncology award and the Society of Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgeons Resident Achievement Award. She also chaired the Resident Recruitment Committee for the 2022-23 academic year. 

Since 2022, Anderson-Carter has been a member of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services Maternal Mortality Review Committee and the UnityPoint Health-Meriter Hospital Pregnancy and Childbirth Care Committee. 

Throughout her training and career, Anderson-Carter has demonstrated a strong interest in diversity, equity, and inclusion: as a medical student, she served on the UW Health/School of Medicine and Public Health Equity and Diversity committee. She joined the department’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee in 2021 to help support an inclusive and equitable pipeline of health care professionals.

Anderson-Carter’s future faculty role will be devoted to clinical care, education, research, and leadership as the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in our department. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Anderson-Carter to our faculty!

Department engages UW students during AHANA-MAPS outreach event

On November 16, 2023, several members of the Department of Ob-Gyn participated in an outreach event with the University of Wisconsin–Madison AHANA-MAPS Pre-Health Society. The event focused on showcasing obstetrics and gynecology careers and career pathways with students interested in medical and health science careers.  

During the event, department members led hands-on birthing simulations, guided students through case-based learning, and answered questions about their career paths during a panel discussion.  

Special thanks to the Department of Ob-Gyn Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee and DEI leaders for planning this event: 

  • Katie Sampene, MD – DEI Committee Co-Chair and associate professor, Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn 
  • Beverly Hutcherson – Manager, Diversity and Inclusion, UW School of Medicine and Public Health 
  • Cheryl Casey’Grant – Outreach Specialist, Department of Ob-Gyn 
  • Jackie Askins – Communications Manager, Department of Ob-Gyn 

Thanks to all the department members who shared their expertise with the students: 

  • Katie Sampene, MD (associate professor, Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn) 
  • Amy Domeyer-Klenske, MD (Director, Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn) 
  • Jennifer Karnowski, MD (assistant professor, Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn) 
  • Maggie Williams, MD (ob-gyn resident) 
  • Hannah Copp, CNM (Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn) 
  • Awa Sanneh, MD (ob-gyn resident) 
  • India Anderson-Carter, MD (ob-gyn resident) 
  • Laura Huffman, MD (assistant professor, Division of Gynecologic Oncology) 
  • Ellen Hartenbach, MD (Department Chair; Division of Gynecologic Oncology) 
  • Bala Bhagavath, MD (professor and Director, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility) 
  • Laura Jacques, MD (associate professor, Division of Academic Specialists in Ob-Gyn/Family Planning) 
  • Gabrielle Avery, MD (ob-gyn resident) 

Anderson-Carter featured in Carbone’s Pancreas Cancer Task Force news

UW Ob-Gyn resident India Anderson-Carter, MD, PGY-3, was included in the UW Carbone Cancer Center’s Pancreas Cancer Task Force Women’s History Month newsletter as a Resident Hero!

Anderson-Carter served on a Women in Health Care Career panel at West High School alongside oncologist Noelle LoConte, MD, on March 3, 2023.

We are so proud of the outreach work Dr. Anderson-Carter does in and around Madison! Congratulations on this well-deserved feature!

Anderson-Carter, Andes, Harrison named chief residents for 2023-24 academic year

Congratulations to UW Ob-Gyn residents India Anderson-Carter, MD, Alex Andes, MD, and Margaret Harrison, MD! After a period of transition and training, they will all step into chief resident roles on May 1, 2023.

Anderson-Carter will be the Education Chief, taking over from graduating resident Maya Gross, MD. Andes and Harrison will be Administrative Chiefs, taking over from graduating residents Rachel Mojdehbakhsh, MD and Connor Wang, MD.

Please join the Department of Ob-Gyn and the Education Team in congratulating our incoming and outgoing Administrative and Education Chiefs who allow this program to excel as we move forward.

UW Ob-Gyn residents represent department at Student National Medical Association conference

UW Ob-Gyn residents India Anderson-Carter, MD, PGY-2, Ushma Patel, MD, PGY-4, and Awa Sanneh, MD, PGY-2 attended the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) Annual Medical Education Conference in Orlando to represent the UW Ob-Gyn residency in April!

The SNMA is an organization that supports current and future underrepresented minority medical students. The Annual Medical Education Conference brings together students from all levels of medical education for workshops focused on preparing physicians-in-training for academic and clinical success, and connecting students and physicians from across the country to build supportive networks.

Huge thanks to our residents for connecting more students with our training program during the conference!

Sobecki published in International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer

Janelle Sobecki, MD, of the UW Ob-Gyn Division of Gynecologic Oncology, is lead author on a new study published in the International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer!

In “Opportunistic osteoporosis screening using routine computed tomography images to identify bone loss in gynecologic cancer survivors”, Sobecki and co-authors (including gynecologic oncology faculty Lisa Barroilhet, MD, MS, Ellen Hartenbach, MD, and resident India Anderson-Carter, MD, PGY-2) examined bone loss in a retrospective cohort of people who underwent oophorectomy for gynecologic cancer. The total sample of 185 patients showed significant changes in bone mineral density over time:

“Women with gynecologic cancers may experience accelerated cancer treatment-induced bone loss. Routine CT imaging is a convenient screening modality to identify those at highest risk for osteoporosis who warrant further evaluation with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. Routine bone mineral density assessments 1 year following oophorectomy for cancer treatment may be warranted in this population.”

Read the whole study here.

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