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Mark Evans, MD
Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Mark I. Evans, MD is an internationally renowned obstetrician and geneticist who has made major contributions to our understanding of prenatal diagnosis, fetal therapy, and the management of multiple pregnancies. His contributions include developing the model for the first in utero prevention of a birth defect (congenital adrenal hyperplasia), performing the first successful in utero genetic correction of a genetic disease using stem cell transplantation (SCIDS), participation in the first successful open fetal surgery to cure a baby with congenital diaphragmatic hernia, pioneering work in treating fetal obstructive uropathologies by bladder shunting, and the development of multi-fetal pregnancy reduction to improve the outcomes in infertility treatment generated multiple pregnancies.

Dr. Evans graduated magna cum laude with Special Honors from Tufts University and received his MD from SUNY Downstate Medical Center with Distinction in Research.

Dr. Evans has over 1000 scientific publications including twenty seven textbooks. He is frequently sought by national media to explain his and others' advances in medicine and has appeared on virtually all national major news shows including: Today, Good Morning America, Nightline, Larry King, and all three networks' evening news shows.

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