Our program is structured to provide 12 months of research experience, 18 months of clinical training, and the opportunity to take 6 months of electives (including core clinical time, research time, or off-service clinical electives).
Our trainees have ample opportunities to engage with high-complexity cases. Trainees spend 2 months as Labor and Delivery Supervisors on Michigan Medicine’s Labor and Delivery Unit which services over 4,900 births per year. They also have the opportunity to spend 4 months in our Fetal Diagnostic and Treatment Center which sees over 15,000 patients a year and offers a full range of fetal procedures including intrauterine transfusion, laser ablation for twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, in utero myelomeningocele repair, and tracheal occlusion for severe congenital diaphragmatic hernia. In addition, trainees will participate in specialty outpatient prenatal clinics including diabetes in pregnancy, program for women with substance use disorders in pregnancy, and Cardio-Obstetrics.
Our trainees benefit from nationally renowned faculty who are dedicated to the education and mentorship of our learners.
Our goal is to help advanced trainees identify their paths as future leaders in maternal and fetal medicine and to provide them with resources for their individual success.