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WHO WE ARE

The Perinatology Research Branch (NICHD/NIH)
Detroit Medical Center and
Wayne State University Fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine

OUR COLLABORATORS

 

  • MFM Fellowship with a 25-year history of excellence
  • ACGME-accredited
  • Sponsored by the Detroit Medical Center, in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health and Wayne State University
  • The program has trained academic and clinical leaders worldwide
  • Combined Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship/Medical Genetics and Genomics Residency and Fellowship training available
  • A dedicated Maternal Special Care Unit for critically ill mothers
  • Exceptional clinical training in High-Risk Obstetrics
  • Strong emphasis on Advanced Fetal Imaging with Ultrasound
  • A tradition of excellence in clinical and translational research, which facilitates the completion of a thesis
  • Offers the option of a Ph.D. in Reproductive Sciences
  • A well-developed mentored experience in clinical and translational research
  • Seven total Fellowship positions, alternating 2-3 per year
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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

"The mission of the Perinatology Research Branch is to conduct clinical and basic research in perinatal medicine and related disciplines with the goal of developing novel diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive strategies to reduce adverse pregnancy outcome, infant mortality and disability as well as to provide research training for physicians, scientists and other health care professionals whose aim is to improve the health care of mothers and their children."