Dr. Anne Borja (Class of 2015) was the First Place winner at the 2016 Academy of Medicine of Richmond Research Competition, for her paper entitled, “Clinical Significance of a False Positive Glucose Challenge Test in Patients with a High Body Mass Index.” The conclusion of the study, which appeared in the August issue of Perinatal Medicine, was that overweight and obese patients with false positive results on Glucose Challenges Tests (GCTs) were more likely to suffer adverse maternal outcomes, but there was no increase in neonatal morbidity in these patients.