The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women's Health

Fellowship Program in Maternal Fetal Medicine

Program Leadership

Dimitrios Mastrogiannis

Program Director

Dimitrios Mastrogiannis, MD
Tel: 718.904.2767

Fellowship Administrator

Lekesha Charles
Tel: 718.430.3152

George Doulaveris

Associate Program Director

Georgios Doulaveris, MD

  • Established in 1980’s
  • Length of training:  3 years
  • Number of fellows:  8
  • The opportunity to obtain specialized training in one of the following tracks:
    • ICU/critical care
    • Women’s global health
    • Laboratory or translational research
    • Clinical research
    • Ultrasound/prenatal diagnosis
    • Public health/community health
    • Patient safety and quality improvement


Fully accredited by ACGME
Last site visit: 2015
Next site visit:  2019


Successful completion of a residency program in OB/GYN

Current Fellows

Avish Arora, MD (PGY5)

Shobha Jagannatham, MD (PGY5)

Nawras Zayat, MD (PGY5)

Clara Bertozzi-Villa, MD (PGY6)

Ariana Banuelos, MD (PGY6)

Alexa Cohen, MD (PGY7)

Kerly Guerrero, MD (PGY7)

Celia Muoser, MD (PGY7)




Application Process

Accepted through ERAS 
April 28, 2024: Deadline for applications to be included in the first notification
May 20, 2024: Single modification date for interviews
May 28, 2024: Initial deadline to accept or decline interviews
June -August 2024: Recommended interview dates  


Selection Process


Contact Us

Lekesha Charles


Sample Block Schedule


July  Aug  Sept  Oct  Nov  Dec  Jan  Feb  Mar  April  May  June 
Year One  Weiler Weiler Weiler Ambulatory High Risk L&D U/S-Genetics Research

Year Two 


Weiler ICU Ambulatory
High Risk
L&D U/S-Genetics Research
Year Three  Research Elective U/S-Genetics
Educational Sessions


Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday



7:00am Department Resident Statistics Conference






8:00am Department Grand Rounds






9:30am Division Meeting






10:30am Fellow Lecture Series






12:00pm Fetal Diagnosis Rounds alternating with Maternal Medicine Rounds




Research and Scholarly Activity

  • Development of improved methods of prevention and treatment of disorders that impact the health of pregnant women and infants.
  • Research activities range from the basic sciences to the bedside.
  • Focused on:
    1. Perinatal Pharmacology
    2. Cardio OB
    3. Fourth Trimester w/ emphasis on hypertension
    4. Pre-eclampsia w/hypertensive disorder
    5. Obesity
    6. Placenta Accreta  
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