Additionally, the fellow will rotate on various clinical services that directly interface with the fetal intervention program including pediatric surgery, pediatric cardiology, and pediatric radiology.
The fellow will be required to be active in ongoing research, which includes several locally and federally funded clinical and translational research projects. It is anticipated that a minimum of one major project directed by the fellow will be completed and a manuscript developed over the course of the program.
Candidates will have completed an ACOOG or ABOG-certified residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology and a three-year fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
For Maternal-Fetal fellows in their second year of training, a 1-2 month elective in Fetal Intervention can be arranged. MFM fellows considering continued training through a formal fetal intervention fellowship are highly encouraged to seek this option. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact our program one year in advance to make accommodations in the schedule.