Camille Hoffman, MD, MSCS, is an Associate Professor of Maternal Fetal Medicine in the University of Colorado School of Medicine Departments of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Psychiatry. She is a clinician-scientist who studies the impact of perinatal stress on pregnancy outcomes and on maternal-child mental health. Her current research focuses on pregnancy interventions to improve multigenerational mental health. She serves as Principal Investigator or co-investigator on several federally and privately funded research grants. Her research was featured in a Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting System documentary on health disparities in infant mortality entitled “Precious Loss.”
Dr. Hoffman has clinical expertise in the management of high-risk pregnancies, obstetric ultrasound, and perinatal mental health. She is a founding board member of the Marcé Society of North America and also serves as the social media director for the International Marcé society for Perinatal Mental Health. Dr. Hoffman completed medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina, Obstetrics & Gynecology residency at the University of Miami, and her Maternal Fetal Medicine fellowship at the University of Colorado. She recently completed a fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona. She lives in the Rocky Mountain front-range with her husband, two children, many bicycles and a menagerie of farm animals.
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