Education : Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship

Curriculum

The University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program is academically oriented, with formal conferences, chapter reviews and lectures, as well as informal rounds. Half of the fellowship is devoted to clinical/basic science research.  During the 3-year tenure, the fellow will complete all of the requirements of the ABOG Division of MFM. The fellow’s clinical commitments include:

  1. Serving as an inpatient attending together with attending faculty members
  2. Working in outpatient high-risk obstetrics and ultrasound

Jackson Memorial Hospital serves more than 4,000 pregnant patients per year, with a combined service of private and clinic patients. There are two outpatient ultrasound areas, staffed with sonographers and genetic counselors. Fellows gain extensive experience in diagnosing and counseling families with fetal anomalies.

Clinical Conferences
High-risk Antepartum Rounds
High-risk Outpatient Clinic Rounds
Grand Rounds
Pediatric Morbidity and Mortality Conferences
Severe Maternal Mortality Review

Didactic Conferences
MFM Didactics
Clinical Genetics
Journal Club
Chapter Review
Neonatology
Research in Progress
Fetal Board