Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program Research Opportunities and Publications

Our department has a rich tradition of research and scholarly work to advance the discipline of obstetrics and maternal fetal medicine. All fellows are required to perform a scholarly activity and execute a hypothesis-driven or hypothesis-generating scholarly thesis, under the direction of a research mentor. These projects take on many forms, including clinical research, systematic literature reviews, surveys, qualitative research and autoethnography. The LVHN Network Office of Research and Innovation supports investigator-initiated studies within our network.

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If you have any additional, unanswered questions, please contact Maternal Fetal Medicine Program Coordinator Megan Ingram at 610-969-2855 or via email below.

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