Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Training Program

Francine Hughes, MDDirector: Ashley S. Roman, MD, MPH

The Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine's academic mission is to train its fellows to be physician-scientists as well as MFM specialists.

The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program is a three-year training program that leads to board certification in maternal-fetal medicine.

One fellow is accepted per year. They begin their first year of training with clinical duties including ultrasound, then proceed to a second year in basic or clinical research with required coursework, which is followed by a third year that is split evenly between clinical duties and research.

Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellows rotate through three major NYU Langone teaching hospitals (Tisch, Bellevue, and Gouverneur Hospitals), serving as consults at each one.

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Training Program Application

Thank you for your interest in the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship at NYU Langone Medical Center.

Our fellowship program offers one first-year position. Interested applicants should apply to the program using the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). Applications should be completed and submitted electronically by May 31st of the year prior to the fellowship and notification of interview candidates will take place after June 15th.

Should you have any questions, please contact Christonia Joseph at or (212) 263-0510.

Thank you again for your interest. We look forward to receiving your application.

Ashley S. Roman, MD, MPH
Fellowship Director, Maternal-Fetal Medicine

:: Go to the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®)

Meet our current amazing fellows:

1st year fellow: Megan Trostle, MD

Hometown: Ramsey, NJ
Undergraduate School: University of Virginia
Medical School: NYU
Residency: Saint Barnabas Medical Center
Areas of Interest in OBGYN: maternal cardiac disease, genetics
Hobbies: cooking, traveling, barre, Broadway shows
Why I chose NYU: the chance to work with a diverse patient population, ability to do varying types of research, and the wonderful people in the department

2nd year fellow: Meghana Limaye, MD

Hometown: Westfield, NJ
Undergraduate School: MIT
Medical School: University of Pennsylvania
Residency: Women and Infants Hospital/Brown University
Areas of Interest in OBGYN: Maternal Fetal Medicine, global health, quality improvement
Hobbies: yoga, cooking, travel, trying out new exercise classes
Why I chose NYU: For the excellent research and training opportunities and for the awesome people

3rd year fellow: Jill Westcott, MD

Hometown: Omaha, NE
Undergraduate School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Medical School: University of Nebraska
Residency: University of Nebraska
Areas of Interest in OBGYN: Informatics, critical care
Hobbies: Travel, cooking, dogs, college football