Research & Publications
Dr. Annalies Denoble specializes in caring for patients with high-risk pregnancies. Pregnancy does not always go according to plan and complications can arise for both the mother and the fetus. As a Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist, Dr. Denoble tries to help patients achieve their parenting goals as safely and confidently as possible.
Dr. Denoble started her career in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, MI where she obtained an MD and a Master of Science in Clinical Research. She went on to Duke University in Durham, NC where she completed her residency in OB/Gyn in 2018 and fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at in 2021. During her training, she encountered a growing number of patients becoming pregnant with complicated heart conditions, such as heart failure and congenital heart disease. Carrying a pregnancy for nine months can be stressful for the heart. However, with careful planning and collaboration, a safe pregnancy is often possible. Now at Yale's School of Medicine, Dr. Denoble works closely with Yale's multi-disciplinary Pregnancy Heart Team to help coordinate care for patients with heart disease. Dr. Denoble sees patients with heart disease prior to pregnancy for pre-conception consultation to optimize the chances of a healthy and successful pregnancy. In collaboration with Cardiology, she continues to follow patients closely during their pregnancy with the goal of a healthy mother and healthy baby.
Dr. Denoble's clinical research focuses on learning more about complications that can arise from heart disease in pregnancy and how better to address and prevent these complications.
Education & Training
- FellowshipDuke University (2021)
- ResidencyDuke University (2018)
- MDUniversity of Michigan Medical School (2014)
- MScUniversity of Michigan (2014)
- BADuke University, French Studies (2008)