I am a physician who specializes in both Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Clinical Genetics. In my practice, I care for women who are either pregnant or considering pregnancy, including those with pregnancies that are higher risk for a variety of reasons. Teaching and mentoring are activities that I take very seriously, and see as an essential part of my very day job. I am also passionate about research, and am actively pursuing investigative studies under a Women's Reproductive Health Research grant (WRHR, NIH K12). My current research is focused on developing a precision-based approach to care for non-immune hydrops fetalis (NIHF), by establishing a multi-center NIHF registry over many years, performing whole exome sequencing and other testing to discover the breadth of underlying causes, refining the clinical testing algorithm for NIHF, and developing in utero treatment approaches specific to disease and genotype.