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Posts by Christina Maria Duzyj Buniak, MD, MPH


Christina Duzyj Buniak, MD, MPH, is a maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) specialist at Massachusetts General HospitalĀ and Associate Director of the MFM Fellowship. She sees patients both at the main campus in Boston and in the Mass General Danvers office. Dr. Duzyj Buniak sees women for ultrasound, prenatal diagnosis, prenatal care and MFM consultation as well as caring for women on Labor and Delivery and the Antepartum Service at Mass General.

Dr. Duzyj Buniak completed her BS in Cell and Molecular Biology at the University of Michigan (2001). She obtained her medical and public health degrees at Columbia University (2006), and subsequently completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology (2010) and Maternal Fetal Medicine training (2013) at Yale School of Medicine. She then served on the faculty of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, where she became Director of the MFM Fellowship, Director of the Placenta Accreta and Advanced Obstetric Surgical Program and Physician Director of the High Risk Obstetric Perinatal Clinic.

Dr. Duzyj's primary clinical interest is surgical complications in pregnancy, including management of mothers with placenta accreta spectrum, prior abdominal surgery, uterine fibroids, bleeding disorders or other pathologies requiring interdisciplinary management for surgical delivery. To complement this clinical interest, Dr. Duzyj Buniak's research program is focused on molecular characterization of post-cesarean uterine scar and its contribution to abnormal placentation.

Dr. Duzyj Buniak serves on the Communications and Education committees and serves as a State Advocacy Liaison for the Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine.

Obstetrics & Gynecology Care at Mass General

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