Frank Boehm

“Dr. Boehm, I believe you are my biological father.” A new son, a new daughter, and the letter that brought more love into a family.

Frank Boehm was settling into retirement when things changed: “I once had three children and nine grandchildren. Now, I have five children and 11 grandchildren.”

New directorship honors Boehm’s devotion to patients

In 1938, Frank Boehm’s parents fled Nazi Germany, where relatives on his father’s side would later be rounded up and sent to the death camps, never to return. “Fortunately, my dad had the vision and foresight to get out of Germany while he still could,” Boehm said.

Non-invasive prenatal screening’s popularity on rise

Genetic counselors are playing a greater role in areas of medicine in the wake of advancement in genomic technology.

Human Relations Award recognizes Boehm’s advocacy efforts

Frank Boehm, M.D., professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, was honored with a 2014 Human Relations Award during the recent 43rd Annual Human Relations Award Dinner held at Loews Vanderbilt Plaza.

Bennett to lead Maternal Fetal Medicine

Kelly Bennett, M.D., associate professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and director of the Fetal Center, has been named director of the Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine.