Heather S. Lipkind, MD, MS Dr. Heather Sue Lipkind is an Associate Professor in Maternal Fetal Medicine at Yale University. She went
Heather S. Lipkind, MD, MS
Dr. Heather Sue Lipkind is an Associate Professor in Maternal Fetal Medicine at Yale University. She went to Weill Cornell Medical College, did residency at NYU and fellowship at Brown and Columbia University. She is a practicing physician and also is actively involved in Perinatal Epidemiology research and has a degree in Clinical Epidemiology from the Mailman School of Public Health. She is a consultant for the CDC’s Vaccine Safety Datalink Team at Health Partners Research Foundation and has been actively involved in study design, interpretation of findings and manuscript preparation on ongoing studies of vaccine safety during pregnancy for the CDC. At Yale she has been awarded the Albert McKern Scholar Award for Perinatal Research and the Paul Titus award and is working with a longitudinal database to examine the association of Pregnancy-related health conditions with long-term health outcomes. Dr. Lipkind loves working with and mentoring residents and fellows on their personal and research goals. She runs SMFM Thrive the Burnout/Wellness initiative for the Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine to address this critical issue due to the high rates of burnout among Maternal Fetal Medicine providers. She has lectured on resiliency and secondary victim syndrome.
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