The Georgia OBGyn Society has highlighted resident research for many years.  At this year’s annual meeting, the GOGS offered an oral abstract session for selected residents, one from each of the six training programs in Georgia, to further showcase scholarly activity.  Scholarly activity is a requirement for resident education and accreditation of residency programs nationally.  The Society would like to announce this year’s winner of the GOGS Resident Research Project Award for 2019, Kristin Brown.  Dr. Brown is a medical resident at Mercer University School of Medicine in Savannah and currently serves the patients of Memorial Health Hospital.  Dr. Brown’s oral abstract, “Determining Pregnancy Complicated Risks Associated with Abnormal and inconclusive Genome-wide Noninvasive Prenatal Testing” can be found here.  Categories for selection were based on originality, methodology, and impact and voting for the 2019 GOGS Resident Research Award took place at the 68th Annual Education Conference by registered meeting attendees.  Congratulations, Dr. Brown!