Joanne Stone, MD, MS
- PROFESSOR | Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science
Specialties:Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal and Fetal Medicine
Dr. Joanne Stone is a well-known expert in the field of Maternal-Fetal Medicine and took over as the Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship Director at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 2006. Dr. Stone completed her residency and fellowship at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and stayed on as full time faculty. Currently, she is also the Director of Perinatal Ultrasound and Division Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine.
She has a busy consultative and clinical practice, as well as being active in teaching and research. Her areas of interest include ultrasound, fetal therapy, multifetal pregnancy reduction and prenatal diagnosis.
Dr. Stone is the co-author of the books Pregnancy for Dummies and The Pregnancy Bible with her colleague Dr. Keith Eddleman. She has been named a Castle-Connolly/New York Magazine Top Doctor and a New York Times Magazine Super Doctor for the past several years.
Maternal & Fetal Medicine
Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Cesarean Birth
- Doppler Ultrasound
- Fetal Blood Transfusion
- Fragile X Syndrome
- Gestational Diabetes
- Hyperemesis Gravidarum
- Labor And Delivery, Vaginal Birth
- Placenta Previa
- Placental Abruption
- Premature Birth
- Premature Rupture Of Membranes
- Preterm Premature Rupture Of Membranes
- Rh Incompatibility And Isoimmunization
- Shoulder Dystocia
- Spina Bifida
- Tay-Sachs Disease
- Type 1 Diabetes
- Type 2 Diabetes
MD, Columbia Univ. Col. of Phy. & Surg.
Residency, OB/GYN, Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Residency, OB/GYN, Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Maternal/Fetal Med., Mount Sinai Hospital
- A Randomized Trial to Determine if a Pre-Operative Wash with a Chlorhexidine Cloth Reduces Infectious Morbidity in Patients Undergoing Cesarean Section
The purpose of this study, also known as The Stripes Trial (Study to Reduce Infection Post cEsarean Section), is to determine if the use of 2% chlorhexidine gluconate cloths prior to scheduled cesarean section reduces the rate of surgical site wound infection and/or postpartum...