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Emily R. Baker, MD

Title(s):
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Professor of Radiology

Department(s):
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Radiology

Education:
Stanford University, AB 1981
Stanford University School of Medicine, MD 1986

Contact Information:

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
One Medical Center Drive
Hanover NH 03756

Phone: 603 653-9306
Fax: 603 650-0902
Email: emily.r.baker@hitchcock.org


Professional Interests:

Medical Complications of Pregnancy
Prenatal Diagnosis

Grant Information:

1996 A decision analysis approach to premature rupture of membranes, Principal Investigator - Susan Sabatino, Co-investigators - SJ Stys, ER Baker. Lahey Hitchcock Clinic Grant for Medical Student Research Projects

1996 Case control study of outcome of idiopathic polyhydramnios. One year, Principal investigator – ER Baker, Co-investigators – CM Dion, ML Beach. Hearst Foundation ($1045)

1997 Correlation of amniotic fluid cotinine levels and maternal reporting of tobacco exposure, One year, Principal investigator- Douglas Hoffman, Co-investigators - ER Baker, J Frank. Hearst Foundation ($6000)

Courses Taught:

Medical Student Education

1992- 1994 Active participation in student education while attending on the Maternal-Fetal Medicine service at New England Medical Center (15 weeks/year) and providing clinical supervision on the labor and delivery unit. Participation in rotation of lectures to third year medical students (10/year)

1994- present Active participation in student education while attending on the Maternal-Fetal Medicine service (15- 25 weeks/year), providing clinical supervision on the Birthing Pavilion, and running outpatient clinics. Occasional participation in basic science courses to second year students

1999 Presented clinical skills demonstration in obstetrics and ultrasound to second year medical students

Resident Education

1992- 1994 Weekly didactic session for Obstetrics and Gynecology residents at New England Medical Center. Active participation in resident education while attending on the Maternal-Fetal Medicine service (15 weeks/year) and providing clinical supervision on the labor and delivery unit.

1994- 2001 Supervisor for Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice residents while attending on the Birthing Pavilion (9 Residents rotated annually for one month each).

1994- present Active participation in resident education while attending on the Maternal- Fetal Medicine service (15- 25 weeks/year), providing clinical supervision on the Birthing Pavilion, and running outpatient clinics.

1994-present Participate in Radiology resident education during weekly clinical sessions and at monthly Obstetrics Ultrasound Conference, formal lecture once or twice yearly

1995-1996 Preceptor for general internal medicine residents rotating through outpatient clinic (1-2 sessions/month)

1996-present Developed and revised curricula for the residency in the areas of obstetrics, maternal- fetal medicine, genetics and ultrasound

1997-present Participate in rotating didactic schedule for residents (5/year) and in twice monthly case conferences for obstetrics

1997-present Preceptor for obstetrics and gynecology resident clinics



Selected Publications:

 

  • Lauria MR, Branch M, LaCroix V, Harris R, Baker ER. The clinical impact of systematic genetic sonogram screening in a low risk population. J Repro Med . 2007

  • Ellison L, Cendron M, Ornvold K, Baker E. Early diagnosis of fetal bladder outlet obstruction. J Pediatr Surg. 2000

  • Frank JE, Rhodes TT, Edwards WH, Darnall RA, Smith BD, Little GA, Baker ER, Stys SJ, Flanagan VA. The New Hampshire Perinatal Program: Twenty years of perinatal outreach education. J Perinatology . 1999

  • Partrick, ME, Baker ER, Crow HC. Abnormal skull shape in intrauterine growth retardation: Report of two cases. J Ultrasound Med . 1999

  • Baker ER, Beach ML, Craigo SD, Harvey-Wilkes KB, D'Alton ME. A comparison of neonatal outcomes of age-matched growth restricted twins and growth restriced singletons. Am J Perinatol. 1997