Dr. Aubrey Milunsky gave a lecture on 3/21/19 to the Brandeis Osher Life-long Learning Institute. The topic: Avoidable Deaths and Harm due to Medical Negligence.
Dr. Aubrey Milunsky appeared on New/TV (channel 34) on 1/15/2019 discussing his new book I DIDN’T KNOW, I DIDN’T KNOW: Avoidable Deaths and Harm due to Medical Negligence (available on Amazon Books).
The 35th year of our annual Risk Management conference on Obstetrics & Gynecology, and multiple specialities and the Law, held in the Bahamas was once again an outstanding success. One hundred and fifty one attendees & faculty focussed on standards of care, updates & advances in the various specialties, & the prevention & avoidance of medical error. Written evaluations rated the conference as excellent [ 80%], while 97% stated excellent or very good. The 36th year conference will be at the Mauna Lani Resort, now part of the upscale Auberge Collection, Big Island of Hawaii, January 2-8, 2020. Details will appear on our Center’s website
Aubrey Milunsky, MD and Jeff Milunsky, MD, co-directors of the Center for Human Genetics, have both been invited to lecture
at the Marfan Syndrome/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Foundation Connective Tissue Symposium in Manchester, NH, at the Best Western, on Sept 22.
Dr. Aubrey Milunsky’s interview on National Public Radio (CommonHealth) about his latest book (see below)
The 7th edition of GENETIC DISORDERS AND THE FETUS: DIAGNOSIS, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT is now available from Wiley & Sons. The editors have added three new chapters to this edition (non-invasive prenatal screening, placental genetics, and the psychology of prenatal and perinatal grief) to complement the complete revision of existing content. Get your copy today!
Dr. Aubrey Milunsky and Dr. Jeff Milunsky’s latest edition of their book, Genetic Disorders and the Fetus: Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment, was reviewed in the June edition of European Journal of Human Genetics.
Our Co-Director, Dr. Jeff Milunsky, was interviewed by the The Berkshire Eagle about Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. https://www.usnews.com/…/ehlers-danlos-syndrome-you-just-ha…
Dr. Aubrey Milunsky’s article, The “New Genetics” in Clinical Practice: A Brief Primer, was published in this month’s Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
“Intellectual disability, Autism, Developmental delay and the Genome: Issues, Ethics and Law.”
In collaboration with the Nora Theater at the Central Square Theater, Dr. Aubrey Milunsky, will be leading a post show discussion of the play, PRECIOUS LITTLE, after the matinee performance on March 19, 2017. Come join the discussion.
Dr. Aubrey Milunsky gave the grand rounds lecture, “New Genetics in Obstetrics Practice,” at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center.
Aubrey Milunsky, M.D., D.Sc. presents On Learning Genetics: Lessons from the Law. Grand Rounds in Obstetrics & Gynecology at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, October 13 in Boston, MA.
Aubrey Milunsky, M.D., D.Sc. presents Diagnostic Gene Studies for Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction at the AGMD Digestive Motility Patient & Family Conference July 29-30 in Bedford, MA.
Aubrey Milunsky, M.D., D.Sc. and Jeff Milunsky, M.D. served as Co-Directors of the 32nd Annual Conference on Obstetrics, Gynecology, Perinatal Medicine, Neonatology, and the Law and the 16th Annual Multispecialty Conference on Medical Negligence & Risk Management, January 2 – 8, 2016, San Juan, PR.
Dr. Aubrey Milunsky presented the following lectures:
Hypoxia or Genetic Disorder: The Genetic Defense. Really?
Failures in Communication: A Common and Direct Route to Litigation
Dr. Jeff Milunsky presented:
Clinical Catastrophes of Connective Tissue Disorders: Medical and Legal Complications
Intellectual Disability, Autism, Developmental Delay and the Genome: Issues, Ethics and Law