Combining the strengths of a world-class faculty, a history of innovation in basic science and translational research, and multidisciplinary partnerships across Massachusetts General Hospital and throughout the Boston healthcare community, the Mass General Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology fellowship programs help enrich an already well-respected service.
The fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) at the Massachusetts General Hospital will train physicians to become leaders and experts in this sub-specialty clinical discipline while pursuing a rigorous academic career. The program also emphasizes the development of clinician scientists who will develop and implement relevant and important basic science, translational, and clinical research in the field of FPMRS.
The goal of the fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is to train subspecialists in obstetrics and gynecology. Graduates will be able to manage complex problems related to pregnancy, as well as to investigate relevant basic science and clinical research questions. We expect our graduates to become busy and valued clinicians who will be leaders in our field.
The goal of the Massachusetts General Hospital Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility is to train subspecialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology to manage complex clinical problems relating to Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, as well as an emphasis to investigate important relevant basic science, translational, and clinical research questions in this area.
The Massachusetts General Hospital offers a three-year gynecologic oncology fellowship program that provides physicians interested in specializing in clinical and surgical gynecologic oncology with a robust learning experience. One fellow is chosen annually for this program.
Our program is an accredited four-year postgraduate training program integrated between the Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Massachusetts General Hospital, and affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
Optimizing women's health at midlife requires an understanding of a wide range of medical specialties. In this course, a multidisciplinary group of experts from the Midlife Women's Health Center at Massachusetts General Hospital will present on cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, obesity, breast cancer, menopausal symptoms, urinary incontinence, skin aging, sleep and stress management.
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