Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship
Maternal Fetal Medicine The goal of the fellowship in Maternal-Fetal-Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital is to train sub specialists 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 leaders busy and valued clinicians who will be leaders in our field.
Our program provides a broad education in all aspects of maternal-fetal-medicine. Training includes education in the basic science and physiology of pregnancy, ultrasound and prenatal diagnosis, management of medical and obstetrical complications of pregnancy, and all aspects of labor, delivery and postpartum care. In addition, trainees will learn research design and statistical methods and complete a scholarly thesis. Through affiliated departments and services, fellows will receive education in obstetrical anesthesia, neonatology and critical care. In addition, trainees will learn research design and statistical methods and complete a scholarly thesis.Our institution's affiliation with Harvard Medical School allows for the opportunity for trainees to advance both the basic and clinical science of pregnancy.
Program Length: 3 years
Number of Fellows: 1 per year
Fellowship Program Director: Jeffrey Ecker, M.D.
*This fellowship has been approved by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG).
Contact: Susan Jacobucci (email@example.com)