Fellowship

 

WELCOME TO OUR NEW FELLOW

CALLIE REEDER, M.D.

 

REEDDr. Reeder is a native of Tennessee.  She completed her undergraduate and medical studies at East Tennessee State University.  As a medical student, she was selected for membership in the Gold Humanism Honor Society.  Upon graduation from medical school, she began residency training at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, where she has excelled as a clinician, clinical investigator, and leader.  She has published two articles, one as first author, and one textbook chapter.  She also has made two poster presentations at scientific meetings, each of which addressed an extremely important topic in modern obstetrics. One of these investigations was entitled, “Rate of Histologic Chorioamnionitis Among Parturients with Intrapartum Fever.”  The second was entitled, Improving Recognition and Response to Maternal Blood Loss at Birth.”

Dr. Reeder is married and has a young son.  When not engaged in work, she enjoys spending time with her family, exercising, and listening to music.

 

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Our Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program is a three-year program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

The ACGME has granted approval for one fellow per year, for a total complement of three.

The overall mission of the University of Florida College of Medicine Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Training Program is to teach fellows to become clinicians capable of transforming clinical experiences and observation into therapies that have the potential to change lives.

This mission is accomplished through clinical integration of maternal and fetal physiology with a comprehensive understanding of disease pathogenesis and clinical intervention. Clinical experiences are transformed in the research laboratory into new therapies.

To meet these objectives, we expect our MFM fellows to:

  • Develop an in-depth fund of knowledge in maternal and fetal physiology and fetal development.
  • Incorporate knowledge of the psychosocial aspects of pregnancy into the care of patients.
  • Acquire a fund of knowledge that integrates maternal and fetal physiology into decision-making processes.
  • Learn to become a consultant to obstetric care providers of varied experience and training level.
  • Provide comprehensive and compassionate treatment to all women and families presenting for care.
  • Acquire superior surgical skills and develop the knowledge base to understand the indications for, and complications, of individual surgical procedures.
  • Acquire competency in managing normal and complicated obstetric patients before, during, and after delivery.
  • Acquire the requisite skills in prenatal diagnosis and perinatal ultrasound to diagnose fetal anomalies and counsel couples at risk.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of fundamental areas of MFM as defined in the ABOG Guide to Learning in Maternal-Fetal Medicine. The program utilizes a combination of didactic lectures, assigned reading, journal clubs, case conferences, and research conferences to achieve this objective.

The fellow’s learning experience is supervised by faculty members who are board certified in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Genetics, and Internal Medicine.

Collaboration with researchers from the entire University of Florida faculty is highly encouraged.

The University of Florida College of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology has a strong tradition of excellence in teaching. Because of the quality of the medical school and department, we attract outstanding students and residents. Our department frequently receives the College’s award for the best clinical teaching of medical students. We expect that our MFM fellows will be strong contributors to this teaching effort.

We have many scheduled teaching conferences, including daily board rounds, weekly MFM Fellows’ Conference, Ob/Gyn Grand Rounds, Reproductive and Perinatal Biology Seminar, Neonatal-Maternal-Fetal Medicine Multidisciplinary Conference, Department Journal Clubs and Research Conferences, and monthly  Fetal Echocardiography  Conference.  Faculty, fellows, and residents from numerous departments are invited to attend.