Emily Wiebracht, M.D.
Board Certified Physician
Dr. Emily Wiebracht has been with Mt. Auburn OBGYN for 5 years. She is from Perrysburg in Northwest Ohio. Dr. Wiebracht earned a BS in Chemistry from Wheaton College and completed her graduate degree and residency at the University of Cincinnati.
Bachelor of Science, 2003
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine, 2008
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, University Hospital
Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2012
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Alpha Omega Alpha Induction January 2008
Wiebracht, Emily, MD, Evans, Janelle, MD, South, Mary, MD, Maxwell, Rose, PhD “The Necessity of Preoperative Bowel Prep for Vaginal Surgery: A Randomized Blinded Controlled Trial” Poster Presentation at AUGS Conference, 2012. In submission for publication.
Mounira Habli, MD, Nahid Eftekhari, MD, Emily Wiebracht, MD, Annette Bombrys DO, Maram Khabbaz, MD, Helen How, MD, Baha Sibai, MD. “Long Term Maternal Outcome of HELLP Syndrome.” Poster Presentation at SMFM Conference, 2008
Culbertson, M. J.; Williams, J. T. B.; Cheng, W.; Stults, D. A.; Wiebracht, E. R.; Kasianowicz, J. J.; Burden, D. L. Numerical Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Molecular Dynamics under Nonstandard Conditions. Anal. Chem.; (Article); 2007; 79(11); 4031-4039. DOI: 10.1021/ac062013m.
Daniel L. Burden; Peter K. Walhout; John T. Elliott; Emily L. Chandler; Roger G. Scharf; Michael J. Culbertson; Dee Ann Stults; Emily L. Rupp; Steven D. Poppen. Measuring Diffusion in Nanoscale Environments with Single-Molecule Confocal Fluorescence Microscopy. Spectroscopy Letters; January 2004;
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Patients trust our practice because of our generations of service and our team of amazing physicians. Dr. Emily Wiebracht has been with Mt. Auburn OB GYN for 5 years, and we want you to learn a little more about her. Dr. Wiebracht is from Perrysburg in Northwest Ohio....