Applying for a Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship
- Applications will be accepted through the National Residency Match Programs.
- Your application, Dean's letter and other letters of recommendation will be sent electronically by your medical school's Dean's office via ERAS. In addition to the Dean's letter, applications must be supported by three other letters of recommendation from faculty members acquainted with you.
- We also require an official transcript of your grades from your medical school registrar. These should be sent directly by the Dean's office via ERAS.
- Upon preliminary review of the completed application, applicants selected for personal interviews will be notified. Interviews are required for full consideration and must be scheduled in advanced.
- Applicants are judged on academic record, professional background, personal qualities, recommendations, and interviews.
- Applications are reviewed by the Maternal Fetal Medicine Division and ranked to be submitted to the National Intern and Resident Matching Program.
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology is an independent, non-profit organization that certifies obstetricians and gynecologists in the United States.
- Founded in 1927, the ABOG is one of 24 specialty Boards recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
- Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) fellowship programs are approved by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) to train MFM subspecialists. A MFM subspecialist, as defined and certified by ABOG, is a subspecialist in obstetrics and gynecology who, by virtue of additional education, cares for and/or provides consultation for women with complications of pregnancy. This activity requires advanced knowledge of the obstetrical, medical and surgical complications of pregnancy and their effect on both the mother and the fetus. It also requires expertise in the most current approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of women with complicated pregnancies. For further information on history, purpose, objectives, type of board status, examinations, certifications, and important dates, for candidates, fellows and programs, see www.ABOG.org (Subspecialty Division Bulletin and several other documents)