Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship
Ranked among the top women’s health fellowships, the Washington University Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship prepares trainees to achieve excellence in academic medicine.
Our fellows are fully integrated as members of the department, functioning as faculty members and recognized as peers. In labor and delivery, fellows train with board-certified in maternal-fetal medicine physicians in the inpatient and outpatient areas. Significant training in prenatal diagnosis, ultrasound and fetal care is also provided.
Individual schedules within the three-year fellowship are personalized for each trainee’s professional goals, and many fellows hone their specialization by pursuing an additional graduate degree during their training.
Nationally ranked, Barnes-Jewish Hospital delivers more than 4,000 patients each year; about half are high-risk pregnancies.
Our robust research enterprise offers extensive opportunity for research at every stage, with a minimum 12 months of protected research built into the program. Partnering with an established mentor, fellows have access to facilities, collaborators and resources across the university.
Our MFM fellows publish and present at one of the highest rates in the country, averaging seven peer-reviewed publications per fellow by graduation.
Engaged in teaching
Heavily engaged in the education of residents and medical students, our fellows are frequent recipients of the department’s annual teaching awards. Most of our recent graduates hold academic positions at institutions throughout the country.
In-depth and introductory topics at conferences, graduate courses and tutorial sessions round out the training experience to prepare our fellows for board certification as maternal-fetal medicine specialists.
Fellowship dates: July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2021
- Apply to the MFM fellowship through ERAS®, and upload the documents listed below (May deadline).
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- Register for a match through the NRMP® (September deadline).
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Upload the following documents to ERAS:
- USMLE transcript
- Four letters of recommendation (one from program director and three additional)
- Personal statement
- ECFMG (if applicable)
Assistant to Dr. Macones:
Department of Ob/Gyn, MFM Division
4911 Barnes Jewish Hospital Plaza
Maternity Building, 6th floor, CB 8064
St. Louis, MO 63110-1094
Third-year fellows: 2015-2018
Janine Rhoades, MD
Nandini Raghuraman, MD
Second-year fellows: 2016- 2019 Joshua Rosenbloom, MD
Kristina Sondgeroth, MD
Adam Lewkowitz, MD
First-year fellows: 2017-2020
Bethany Sabol, MD
Antonina Frolova, MD