Dr. Peipert’s research interests include sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancy, contraception/family planning, women’s health & population health.  Current research projects are looking at fertility after contraceptive termination (FACT study), and the effectiveness of prolonged use of the IUD and Implant for Contraception (EPIC), and the use of the levonorgestrel IUD for emergency contraception (LIFE study).

Dr. Peipert’s clinical interests are in infectious diseases in women’s health (e.g. sexually transmitted infections, vaginitis, cervicitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease) and in family planning.

PhD, Brown University, Epidemiology, 2007
MHA, University of Minnesota, Health Care Administration, 2000
MPH, Yale University, Public Health, 1992
MD, Emory University, Medicine, 1986
BA, Brown University, Human Biology, 1982