Monique V. Chireau

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      • Country: USA
      • Region: North Carolina
      • Studies: Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
      • University: Duke University Medical Center
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    Dr Monique V. Chireau, M.D., M.P.H., is Assistant Professor in the Division of Clinical and Epidemiological Research in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. She is also a staff gynecologist at the Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center, and is a graduate of Harvard University and Brown Medical School.

    Her research interests have focused on the management of high risk pregnancies and include: The molecular biology of adverse pregnancy outcomes, epidemiology of adverse pregnancy outcomes, racial disparities in women’s health, and health services research (outcomes and quality) in women’s health. Dr Chireau and colleagues recently co-authored research on pre-eclampsia and stroke risks during and after pregnancy, and has proposed a multidisciplinary, community-based internatal care model focusing on postpartum and preconception prevention and treatment to improve maternal-child health and interrupt the cycle of events leading to maternal and infant complications in the pregnancy.




    • American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1997
    • American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Renewed 2007-present
    • Fellow, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
    • Clinical and laboratory field work with the Schistosomiasis Control Project in Palo Leyte and Metro Manila, the Philippines; a collaboration between the World Health Organization, the Philippines Ministry of Health, Brown University and the University of the Philippines.
    • 4/91 Internal medicine and medical-surgical intensive care at Apollo Hospital, Madras, South India.
    • 10/94 Expanded Training Program in Obstetrics-Gynecology, Alma-Ata Regional Hospital, Kazakhstan, the Commonwealth of Independent States; an intersectoral collaboration between the Kazakh Ministry of Health; Merck and Company; World Vision; and Project MotherCare, Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven, CT.
    • 4/99 Maternal-child health officer with International Health Services Foundation; on assessment mission to Kosovar refugee camps and clinics during the Kosovo War.
    • 5/99 Visiting lecturer, Obstetrics-Gynecology, Semipalatinsk National Medical Academy, Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan. Member of US medical exchange team providing clinical and basic science updates to medical school faculty and students.
    • 4/00, 7/00 Field work in primary care and maternal-child health, Hope for Africa Ministries, Ghana, West Africa.
    • 2000-2009 Staff gynecologist, locum tenens, Indian Health Services Hospitals (Navajo, Cherokee and Lakota Reservations)
    • 2001, 2002 Member, 2001 and 2002 Objective Review Committees, Expanded Medical Capacity for Community Health Centers, Bureau of Primary Health Care, Health Research and Services Administration, Washington D.C.
    • 2004 – Reviewer for the Journal of General Internal Medicine
    • 2004- Duke University Medical Center IRB member
    • 2004 – Reviewer for The North Carolina Medical Journa
    • 2006 – Reviewer for The British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • 2007 Study section, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services grant program, Baltimore, MD
    • 2007 National Reproductive Health Working Group member, Women Veterans Health Strategic Healthcare Group
    • 2007 Member, Project Access of Durham Steering Committee, Durham, NC
    • 2007- Duke University Medical School Admissions Committee member
    • 2007-2009 Consultant to Acting Chief Consultant, Women Veterans Health Strategic Healthcare Working Group, Veterans Administration Central Office, Washington DC.
    • 2008- Member,National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Committee, GYN Surgery Subspecialty, for Women Veterans Health Strategic Healthcare Working Group, and Duke University Medical Center
    • 2008 Summer Institute Program to Increase Diversity in Genetic Research on Complex Heart, Lung and Blood Diseases, sponsored by NHLBI
    • 2009- Member, Cardiovascular Disease in Women and Special Populations National Committee, Clinical Councial on Cardiology, American Heart Association
    • 2009- Board Member, Project Access of Durham County
    • 2009 Reviewer, NIH CASE study section
    • 2011- Co-chair, Cardiovascular Disease in Women and Special Populations National Committee, Clinical Councial on Cardiology, American Heart Association
    • 2011- Reviewer for pLOS