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Fellowship Directory

Baylor College of Medicine (Texas Children's Health Pavilion for Women)

Director:
Steven Clark, MD
Address:
6651 Main Street, 10th Floor
Houston, Texas 77053
Website:
https://www.bcm.edu/departments/obstetrics-and-gynecology/education/fellowships/maternal-fetal-medicine
Phone #:
832-826-7371
Fax #:
832-825-9352
Prerequisites:
All graduates of U.S. accredited or osteopathic medical schools that have completed a four-year residency in an ACGME-accredited residency in obstetrics and gynecology are invited to apply. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents in good standing in the community in order to be considered for fellowship. To be considered for a Fellowship position, you must be eligible for a Full Texas Medical License, pass all three steps of the USMLE and pass the Texas Medical Jurisprudence Exam (JP Exam).
Positions (1st yr):
2

Additional Information

The goal of our fellowship program will be to train MFM clinicians with an emphasis on expertise in scientific investigation leading to an academic career.  Whether graduates of our program choose an academic or clinical practice, both require the ability to practice MFM competently and to function as an independent investigator capable of conducting, evaluating, and applying results of relevant scientific research and literature.  We will train fellows to become subspecialists and consultants by teaching the appropriate application of currently available diagnostic and therapeutic modalities in clinical MFM.  The training program will be based upon the learning objectives described in the Guide to Learning in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and will incorporate the six core competencies identified by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).  The program has been designed to meet or surpass all requirements and directives outlined in this guide.  The fellows trained in this program will be taught the skills necessary to become leaders in the field as teachers, researchers, and clinicians.

Program Courses (in months)


Research/Didactic:
12/36
Clinical MFM:
18
Elective Time:
6

Graduate Courses

Name Type
Statistics/Epidemiology Offered
Research Methodology Offered
Genetics/Molecular Biology Offered
Physiology Offered
Other Clinical Courses Offered

MFM Faculty

Name Interests
Michael Belfort, MD, PhD MFM, FSG, MCP, HTN
Lisa M. Hollier, MD MFM, MPH, INF
Wesley Lee, MD MFM, USG
Michael Lucas, MD MFM, DM
Joan Mastrobattista, MD MFM, USG, MCP, APT, CLN
Manju Monga, MD MFM, USG, MCP, APT, CLN
Mildred Ramirez, MD MFM, PTB, OTH
Alex Vidaeff, MD, PhD MFM, MCP, CLN, HTN, USG
Steven L. Clark, MD MFM, CCU
Kjersti Aagaard, MD, PhD MFM, PTB, INF, RES
Robert J. Carpenter, JR, MD, JD MFM, USG
Nancy L. Erikson, MD MFM, USG, INF
Alireza Shamshirsaz, MD MFM, FSG, USG
Christina M. Davidson, MD MFM, USG, CLN
Catherine S. Eppes, MD, MPH MFM, USG, INF, MPH
Karin A. Fox, MD, MEd MFM, USG, MAP, DM, CCU
Manisha Gandhi, MD MFM, USG, CRD, MUL
Karla Bermudez-Wagner, MD MFM, USG, GEN
Anju Suhag, MD MFM, PTB
Martha Rac, MD MFM, MAP, USG
Stacey Strehlow, MD MFM, USG, CLN
Kiran TamTam, MD MFM, USG, CLN

Other Faculty

Name Interests
Nancy Ayres, MD CRD, USG
Christopher Cassaday, MD USG, MRI
Kallapathi Guntupalli, MD, PhD CCU
Judy Levison, MD INF
Chandrasekhar Yallampalli, DVM, PhD HTN, RES
Jimmy Espinoza, MD USG, FSG
Ignatia van den Veyver, MD GEN, MFM
Magdalena Sanz-Cortes, MD USG, FSG
Haleh Sanghi, PhD RES
Lucy Puryear Nutter, MD PSY
Edwina Popek MD PTH

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