Department of OBGYN

Complex Family Planning

Complex Family Planning (2 Years)

The two-year ACGME fellowship is designed to include training in family planning clinical care, experience in gynecologic surgery and related family planning procedures, participation in the design and performance of clinical trials, and international field work. 

Applicants can apply via ERAS/NRMP.  Our 2021 interview days July 23 and July 27, 2021.

Meet our Current Fellows:

Samantha Deans, M.D.
Mack Goldberg, M.D.

Family Planning and Reproductive Genetics - Combined (3 Years)

A three-year program is available for individuals with an additional interest in Reproductive Genetics. In addition to the Family Planning Fellowship curriculum, individuals in the combined fellowship with genetics will also achieve competency in CVS, genetic amniocentesis, and reproductive and cancer genetic counseling. The combined fellowship will allow fellows who have completed to satisfy requirements for American Board of Medical Genetics Certification.

Family Planning and Reproductive Infectious Disease - Combined (3 Years)

Those individuals with an additional interest in reproductive infectious diseases will gain experience in sexually transmitted diseases (STD) management and inpatient adult infectious disease services, perform duties in the outpatient perinatal reproductive infectious diseases clinic involving perinatal infections, and acquire comprehensive knowledge of gynecologic infectious diseases including chronic vaginitis, STDs, PID, and pelvic infections.