Brown University

Fetal Medicine @ Brown

The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

If you are using Internet Explorer 6.0, you may experience problems clicking on the links. Upgrade to Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher, or copy and paste the following URL:

Welcome tho the web site of the Program in Fetal Medicine in Providence, Rhode Island (a program of The Alpert Medical School at Brown University). This site has information for

Click on the appropriate category above or in the menu on the left for more information.

The Brown Fetal Medicine Program regroups academic specialists from various Brown-affiliated hospitals and  Departments to address diagnosis and management of fetal conditions in a comprehensive and unified manner.Members of the Program in Fetal Medicine are clinically active and have various research interests. Click here for a list of recent publications by our team.

The Brown Fetal Medicine Initiative comprises the Fetal Treatment Program, a joint venture between The Alpert Medical School at Brown University, Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island and Lifespan (Hasbro Children's and Rhode Island Hospitals); a peer educational component, which includes the MADAM conference; and the Seminar in fetal medicine for medical students.  The Fetal Treatment Program is a Founding Member of NAFTNet (The North American Fetal Therapy Network) The Program is a founding member of the North American Fetal Therapy Netwok (, a voluntary association of medical centers in the United States and Canada established to help patients, parents and their families and allow colleagues in the field to collaborate with other fetal treatment units and participate in clinical research.

Click here to find the Fetal Treatment Program on

 To learn more about the Program in Fetal Medicine, read what the Brown Daily Herald and the George Street Journal had to say in 2000, and again in 2004...
 On May 5, 2001, the Program in Fetal Medicine, in association with the Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery and Pediatrics, organized a full-day symposium on the Brown University campus under the auspices of the Brown Medical School Office of Continuing Medical Education. Click here for more information.

Click here for more information regrding the conditions we treat
Fetal Program Home
Patient Information

Image Bank
Fetal Treatment