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Anne M. Slavotinek


Medical geneticist
Lover of nature and the outdoors

Dr. Anne Slavotinek specializes in clinical genetics, caring for patients who have or may have genetic disorders. Her interests include dysmorphology, the study of patterns of congenital anomalies (often called birth defects). Her research is directed toward discovering and understanding genes that cause multiple congenital anomaly syndromes.

Slavotinek earned her medical degree from the University of Adelaide in South Australia. After moving to the United Kingdom and completing her doctorate, she completed a residency in medical genetics at the Churchill Hospital, an affiliate of Oxford University Medical School, followed by a fellowship in medical genetics at St. Mary's Hospital, part of Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. She then came to the United States and completed another fellowship in medical genetics at the National Institutes of Health.

  • Education

    University of Adelaide, 1987

  • Residencies

    Oxford University Medical School, Medical Genetics, 1995

  • Fellowships

    National Institutes of Health, Medical Genetics, 2002

    Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Medical Genetics, 1998

  • Board Certifications

    Clinical Genetics (MD), American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics

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    The first open fetal surgery in the world was performed at UCSF in the early 1980s.