Research & Publications
Dr. Urania Magriples is a clinician and a professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at Yale School of Medicine (YSM).
Magriples received her MD from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 1987. She trained at Yale-New Haven Hospital as an Ob/Gyn resident from 1987 to 1991, followed by a Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship at YSM, which she completed in 1994. With over 26 years as a Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist, she works alongside her colleagues to foster and support the department’s comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to maternal and fetal complications.
Dr. Magriples is interested in researching models for delivery of obstetric care, like the nationally recognized Centering Pregnancy Program. This program is an innovative model for providing group prenatal care that has been implemented at care sites around the United States since 1995. The program’s format, offered to a small group of women of the same gestational age, allows expectant mothers to receive support from other women while gaining knowledge and skills related to pregnancy, childbirth and parenting.
Dr. Magriples is a member of the Global Health Committee for the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, whose mission is to help pregnant women in resource-limited settings around the world. She was part of the Human Resources for Health project in Rwanda training over 100 OBGYN residents in Rwanda for 10 years and continues to be involved in their training.
Patients can meet with Dr. Magriples at the Long Wharf office in New Haven. She also performs perinatal ultrasound at Waterbury Hospital in Waterbury and Lawrence + Memorial Hospital in New London. She is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Maternal Fetal Medicine.
Education & Training
- FellowYale University School of Medicine (1994)
- ResidentYale University School of Medicine (1991)
- MDMount Sinai School of Medicine (1987)
- Rwanda Human Resources for Health ProgramRwanda 2012GHLI joined universities across the U.S. to support the Rwandan Ministry of Health's Human Resources for Health Program to develop skilled workers to meet the country's health care delivery needs. The program aims to build the capacity of Rwandan universities and teaching hospitals to develop a sustainable pipeline of health care professionals. This work brings together experts from various specialties in an interdisciplinary effort to strengthen the pipeline of health care professionals - with