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Fellowship Requirement at UTMB


The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) requires two graduate level courses, one in statistics and one in a topic related to the fellow's subspecialty. We have required three courses to ensure exposure to all basic science topics included in the ABOG publication "A Guide to Learning in MFM." and the MFM fellowship manual.  The fellow may choose courses from the UTMB graduate school catalogue but is encouraged to take a course in immunology, molecular genetics, and cell and molecular biology. Additional courses may be taken if desired. The fellow will be required to maintain current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support, and Advanced Cardiac Life Support.

 

Graduate Level Courses

Statistics (PMCH 6443):

Mandatory 

Maternal / Fetal Biology:

Mandatory              

Epidemiology (PMCH 6330): Mandatory Computer Science: Offered

Master of Medical Science Program (MMSC 6097/8):

Offered 

Infectious Disease:

Offered 

Molecular Biology & Genetics (BBSC 6403):

Offered Embryology Teratology: Offered

Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (HBCG 6208):

Offered 

Other Basic Science: 

Offered

GLC other: Offered Other Clinical Courses:: Offered 

 

Program Contents

Research/Didactic: 18 months

Clinical MFM: 18 months

Labor and Delivery- 11 months

Ultrasound- 5 months

Anesthesia- 1month

NICU- 1 month

Genetics- 2 weeks

High Risk Obstetrical clinics- rotated among all 6 fellows (3 full day clinics per week).

 

 

 

 

 

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