Fellowship in Maternal Health Addiction

    Subspecialty training for Obstetrician Gynecologists

    • 2 year Maternal Health Addiction fellowship designed specifically for OB/GYNs
    • Expert training in complex care of pregnant women with substance use disorders
    • Specialized curriculum tailored to prepare fellows for ABOG and ABAM Board Certification upon completion
    • Opportunity to pursue mentored research, education, or program development tracks
    • Hosted by the Department of OB/GYN and the Grayken Center for Addiction Medicine

    The Program

    • Foundation in general addiction medicine with a unique concentration in complex obstetric care
    • Multidisciplinary faculty from the Grayken Center for Addiction and Project Respect (Boston Medical Center’s nationally-recognized perinatal substance use disorder treatment program)
    • Prepares future leaders for careers in the emerging field of Obstetric-Addiction Medicine
    • Option for individualized graduate-level research training

    Applicant Requirements

    • Completion of OB/GYN Residency and ABOG Board Eligible

    Affiliated Institutions

    • Boston Medical Center, an academic safety-net hospital
    • Boston University School of Public Health
    • Boston University School of Medicine

    Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

    For more information, contact Linda Neville at 617-638-8344 or linda.neville@bmc.org.