Megan Lawley, MD - Associate

Megan Lawley

Family Planning

Education & Training   


Medical Education: Emory University School of Medicine, 2012

Residency: Emory University, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 2016

Fellowship: PGY5, Family Planning Fellow, Emory University School of Medicine

Awards and Honors


• Golden Apple Teaching Award, 2013
• Recipient of Health Services Scholarship, 2009
• Medical Students For Choice Fellowship Recipient, 2008

I See Patients At


Emory University Hospital Midtown 
Medical Office Tower, 8th Floor
550 Peachtree Street, NE                       
Atlanta, GA 30308
Phone: 404−778−3401 
Directions and Map  

Grady Memorial Hospital
80 Jesse Hill Drive
Atlanta, GA 30303

Publications


Schwartz A, Lawley M: Pregnant and moving involuntarily. Current Psychiatry 10: 75-80, 2011.


Vythilingam M, Lawley M, Carlos C, Bonne O, Agarwal R, Hadd K, Charney D, Grillon C: Hydrocortisone impairs hippocampal-dependent trace eyeblink conditioning in post-traumatic stress disorder. Neuropsychopharmacology 31:182-188, 2006.


Grillon C, Baas JM, Pine DS, Lissek S, Lawley M, Ellis V, Levine J: The benzodiazepine alprazolam dissociates contextual fear from cued fear in humans assessed by fear-potential startle. Biological Psychiatry 7:760-766, 2006


Grillon C, Pine DS, Baas JM, Lawley M, Ellis V, Charney DS: Cortisol and DHEA-A are associated with startle potentiation during aversive conditioning in humans. Psychopharmacology 186: 434-441 2006.


Botella R, Sarradet MD, Potter LE, Lawley M, Galloway TH, Ansel JC, Armstrong CA: Inhibition of murine melanoma growth by granulocyte-haplocyte specific. Melanoma Research 8:245-254, 1998.


Presentations


“At what cost: The psychological and economic costs of urinary incontinence.” Urogynecology division didactics, December 4th 2014.


“Preterm Birth: Causes and Risk Factors.” Resident Didactics, October 22nd, 2014.


“Postpartum Depression and Psychosis.” Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, August 18th 2014.


“Transgender Care.” Resident Didactics, July 2nd 2014.


“Use of contraception among U.S. women reporting postpartum depression symptoms.” Resident Research Day, May 14th 2014.


“Cervicitis and  Pelvic Inflammatory Disease.” Resident Didactics, July 17th, 2013.


“Immediate postpartum placement of long acting reversible contraception: Why are we waiting?” Family Planning Division Conference, June 26th, 2013.


“Issues surrounding prenatal education among pregnant women seeking care at Medical Faculty Associates.” Poster presentation. George Washington School of Medicine Research Day. March 5th, 2009.