The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women's Health

Fellowship Program in Maternal Fetal Medicine

Program Leadership

Program Director

Peter S. Bernstein, MD, MPH
Tel: 718.904.2767
pbernste@montefiore.org  

 

GME Administrator

Karen Nickens-Middlebrooks
Tel: 718.430.3152
kanicken@montefiore.org  

 
  • Established in 1980’s
  • Length of training:  3 years
  • Number of fellows:  8
 
  • The opportunity to obtain specialized training in one of the following tracks:
    • ICU/critical care
    • Women’s global health
    • Laboratory or translational research
    • Clinical research
    • Ultrasound/prenatal diagnosis
    • Public health/community health
    • Patient safety and quality improvement
     
 
 

Accreditation

Fully accredited by ABOG
Last site visit: 2015
Next site visit:  2019

Prerequisites

Successful completion of a residency program in OB/GYN

Current Fellows

Georgios Doulaveris, MD
Kfier Kuba, MD
Rasha Khoury, MD
Catherine Igel, MD
Jill Berkin, MD

Saila Moni, MD

Nicole Sahasrabudhe, MD  
Nickolas Teigen, MD

 

Application Process

Accepted through ERAS 
Deadline: May 
Interview Months: July and August
 

 

Selection Process

NRMP

Contact Us

Karen Nickens-Middlebrooks
718.430-3152
 

 
Sample Block Schedule

   

July  Aug  Sept  Oct  Nov  Dec  Jan  Feb  Mar  April  May  June 
Year One  Weiler Weiler Weiler Ambulatory High Risk L&D U/S-Genetics Research

Year Two 

Jacobi

Weiler ICU Ambulatory
High Risk
L&D U/S-Genetics Research
Year Three  Research Elective U/S-Genetics
 
Educational Sessions

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

AM

 

7:00am Department Resident Statistics Conference

 

 

 

AM

 

8:00am Department Grand Rounds

 

 

 

AM

 

9:30am Division Meeting

 

 

 

AM

 

10:30am Fellow Lecture Series

 

 

 

PM

 

12:00pm Fetal Diagnosis Rounds alternating with Maternal Medicine Rounds

 

 

 

Reserach and Scholarly Activity

  • Development of improved methods of prevention and treatment of disorders that impact the health of pregnant women and infants.
  • Research activities range from the basic sciences to the bedside.
  • Focused on:
    • Placental Pathology
    • Randomized clinical trials
    • Laboratory based research focused on recurrent pregnancy loss
     
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