It is our mission at New York-Presbyterian /Weill Cornell Medicine to train the next outstanding leaders in Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM). The MFM Fellowship Program at New York-Presbyterian /Weill Cornell Medicine provides fellows with extraordinary academic support in developing clinical excellence in high-risk obstetrics and promoting growth in all areas related to MFM through research, advocacy, and community involvement. With exposure to an unusually diverse patient population throughout New York City, fellows have a unique opportunity to study a broad range of clinical issues, often in collaboration with other departments to provide multidisciplinary care to patients. We aim to serve a broad population of pregnant patients and work to improve the lives of individuals and their families within our surrounding communities and around the globe.
An active and renowned obstetrical ultrasound unit offers fellows the opportunity to train in all phases of non-invasive and invasive fetal sonography, while the antepartum testing unit offers the opportunity to develop skills in fetal assessment and provides a wealth of research opportunity. Additionally, the Alexandra Cohen Hospital for Women and Newborns is a state-of-the-art birthing facility with >7000 deliveries per year and obstetric critical care units that provides fellows many learning opportunities in inpatient high-risk obstetrics. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Division of MFM at Weill Cornell Medicine are recognized as leaders in clinical excellence as well as basic, translational, and clinical research.
New York State Medical License and Board eligibility for the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) are required for our Fellowship candidates. The deadline for MFM Fellowship applications is May 1.
Visit the links below:
Moeun Son, MD, FACOG
Fellowship Director – Weill Cornell Medicine
Inna Landres, MD, FACOG
Associate Fellowship Director - Weill Cornell Medicine
At Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian, we offer a comprehensive salary and benefits package to ensure our fellows are well taken cared of while they train at our hospital. For more details, please visit the NewYork Presbyterian Graduate Medical Education page to learn more about our current rates.
Modern luxury apartments in doorman buildings located within a block of the Medical Center are available to House Staff. Most of our Residents take advantage of hospital housing because of its convenience to the medical center.
There are three existing residential buildings: Helmsley, Payson, and Coleman. There are additional pre-war properties in the neighhorhood.
For more details, please visit the NewYork-Presbyterian Real Estate wesbite http://www.nyphrealestate.com/housing.html.