Our faculty has extensive leadership experience and experience in making important contributions to our discipline.
Obstetrics and Gynecology Faculty
John OL DeLancey, MD
Dr. DeLancey received his Bachelor of Science in biology from Oberlin College in 1973 and received his Medical Degree from Michigan Medicine in 1977. He completed his residency in 1981 at Michigan Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Currently, he is a Norman F. Miller Professor for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Michigan Medicine Medical Center. His research interests include: the anatomy of the pelvic floor, pelvic floor biomechanics, vaginal birth and pelvic floor injury. Dr. DeLancey is the Director of the Pelvic Floor Research Group, and principle investigator for PERL2, OPAL, EPI and SCOR projects and co-investigator on the PERL1+ project.
Dee E. Fenner, MD
Dr. Fenner received a medical degree from the University of Missouri- Columbia in 1985 and completed residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Michigan Medicine in 1989. In 2001, Dr. Fenner returned to the University of Michigan, where she continues her work in female pelvic floor dysfunction and medical education. She is Department Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Michigan Medicine and a Bates Professor of Diseases of Women and Children. She serves on the Board of Directors for the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Her research interests include: anal incontinence and defecation disorders; depression and its impact on urge incontinence. Dr. Fenner is a co-investigator on PFRG’s EPI and SCOR projects.
Daniel M. Morgan, MD
Dr. Morgan received a Bachelor of Arts in History in 1991 from Yale University. He went on to receive a Medical Degree in 1998 from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Morgan completed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2002 and fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery in 2005, both at Michigan Medicine. Dr. Morgan was a BIRCWH scholar for two years in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Michigan Medicine. His research interests include pelvic floor disorders, healthcare services research, and quality improvement.
Megan O. Schimpf, MD
Dr. Megan Schimpf completed her undergraduate and medical education at Michigan Medicine before going to the University of Connecticut for residency training. She completed her fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at Hartford Hospital/University of Connecticut before joining the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania. She came back to Michigan Medicine to join the faculty in early 2012. Dr. Schimpf is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Her clinical interests include vaginal and robotic surgery for prolapse along with urinary incontinence treatments. She has taken on more administrative responsibilities and is currently the Ambulatory Care Clinical Chief for Obstetrics and Gynecology. She will complete the executive masters’ program in Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health in May 2020.
Carolyn Swenson, MD
Dr. Swenson received her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA in 2008. She completed residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Utah in 2012 and then came to Michigan Medicine for fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. After completing fellowship in 2015, she stayed on as faculty. She is currently an Assistant Professor and WRHR scholar with interests in biomechanics of prolapse and health outcomes research.
Pamela Fairchild, MD
Dr. Fairchild received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before completing her residency at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in 2013. She then went on to complete her fellowship in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at Michigan Medicine, graduating in 2016. She joined the Michigan faculty in 2017. Her clinical interests include pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic floor issues related to childbirth. Her research interests include pelvic floor recovery from childbirth, clinical outcomes, and medical education. She is currently serving as the associate program director for the FPMRS fellowship.
Quentin Clemens, MD
Dr. Clemens received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins and went on to complete his residency at Northwestern. Dr. Clemens is the Fellowship Director of the Urology program, working very closely with Dr. DeLancey to encourage an excellent training atmosphere. Dr. Clemens’ research interest is epidemiology and health services research in benign urologic diseases. Clinically, Dr. Clemens is interested in urinary incontinence.
Dr. Clemens received his medical degree from
Johns Hopkins and went on to complete his residency at Northwestern. Dr. Clemens is the Fellowship Director of the
Urology program, working very closely with Dr. DeLancey to encourage an
excellent training atmosphere. Dr.
Clemens’ research interest is epidemiology and health services research in
benign urologic diseases. Clinically,
Dr. Clemens is interested in urinary incontinence.
Anne Cameron, MD
Dr. Cameron received her undergraduate degree at the University of New Brunswick. After completing her medical degree at the University of Ottawa and residency in urology at Dalhousie University, she came to Michigan Medicine for a fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstruction. Dr. Cameron participates in several research trials, including the NIDDK Funded LURN. Her clinical interests include complex incontinence, female urethral disease and the care of neurogenic bladder. She has a strong interest in medical education and is associate fellowship director and clerkship director for the urology residency. She is also a member of the doctoring faculty in the newly created medical school curriculum which includes teaching, coaching and curriculum development.
John Stoffel, MD
Dr. Stoffel received his medical degree from Washington University. Upon graduation, he completed his residency at Lahey Clinic Hospital. Clinically, Dr. Stoffel is interested in male and female urinary incontinence; stress incontinence, overactive bladder; Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, myelomeningocele; neurogenic bladder dysfunction; reconstructive urologic surgery; complications of prior surgery in the urinary tract, urinary fistula/urethral diverticulum. His research interests include outcomes of urinary incontinence treatments, methods of treating neurogenic bladder symptoms and male pelvic pain.
Bahaa Malaeb, MD
Dr. Malaeb obtained his medical degree from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. He finished his residency at the University of Minnesota before completing his fellowship in genitourinary trauma and reconstructive surgery at the University of Washington. He joined the Michigan Medicine faculty in 2012 and his research interests include urethral stricture disease, male urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction, genitourinary trauma outcomes and management, and urologic prosthetics development.
Paholo Barboglio Romo, MD, MPH
Dr. Paholo Barboglio Romo finished his residency at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center before completing a female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery fellowship at Michigan Medicine. He joined the Michigan Medicine faculty in July 2017. His research interests include management of neurogenic bladder, urinary and fecal incontinence in both male and females. His surgical expertise is particularly focused in diverse urinary diversion techniques and ureteral reconstruction.
Priyanka Gupta, MD
Dr. Gupta received her medical degree at the Mayo Clinic and her Urology residency at the University of Minnesota before completing her female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery fellowship at William Beaumont Hospital. She joined the Michigan Medicine faculty in September, 2016. Her clinical and research interests include urinary incontinence, pelvic floor disorders, outcomes and novel applications of neuromodulation, and the development of cognitive surgical simulation training tools for use in the developing world.