Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship

The Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program is designed to provide in-depth experience in clinical medicine and research. The leading women's health referral center in the region, Woman and Infants Hospital consults on a wide variety of clinical problems. We provide comprehensive care throughout pregnancy for patients with chronic medical problems and fetal anomalies requiring specialized care.

The large clinical volume and environment allows ample patient volumes to address research questions for both common and uncommon problems. With its close relationship with Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University many opportunities are available to interact with established researchers in both clinical and basic science research. The nature of a sub-specialty hospital providing female and neonatal health care fosters a close working relationship among its divisions. The program also offers an opportunity to obtain a masters in public health during fellowship for individuals interested in health outcomes based research.


ABOG eligibility and state medical license


GY 5-7 scale plus stipend for conferences, memberships, and educational materials

Program Curriculum

Research/didactic component - 21 months; Clinical MFM component - 15 months


In order for an application to be considered for review, it must be complete. The following documents are required to be considered complete:

  • The application form must be filled out in its entirety (please be sure to include your home phone number, pager number). Please print out the application and mail; do not e-mail, as your signature is required.
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • A personal statement not to exceed one typed page.
  • Three references letter.


The completed applications are reviewed. Candidates selected for an interview are contacted by phone or email, usually May through July as applications are completed. An interview is required for consideration.

Interviews generally take place between the first week of July and continue until the second week of September.


The MFM fellowship program is a member of the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). The program complies and follows the guidelines as a member. Applicants must register with the NRMP.

Find more information

Visit the MFM Fellowship Program website