Fetal medicine is about the study and treatment of the fetus within the womb. This is a rapidly evolving specialty wherein the fetus is treated as a patient either jointly or separately treated from the mother depending on the clinical indications. The diagnosis and management of fetus, therefore, requires expertise to be developed outside the traditional boundaries of obstetrics and neonatal specialty. It is also important to have a broad knowledge of understanding the fetus and its relation to the maternal environment to optimize management.

This unique fellowship training programme curriculum is designed to provide structured training in a university hospital as a sub specialist - along with the benefits of being trained at a tertiary referral centre for fetal diagnosis and therapy, by dedicated faculty specifically trained in fetal medicine.


Key Dates & Deadlines


Jun 30 24

Jun ' 24

Last date to Apply


Tentative Course Commencement Date


?2 years


The Department of Neurology has EEG/ENMG Labs.

Libraries have excellent resources for reference and study

Teaching hospitals give students hands-on learning

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