Faculty and Staff

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Richard H. Aubry MD, MPH

Dr. Aubry presently serves as a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology. He continues to be medical coordinator for the Perinatal Quality Assurance for the CNY Regional Perinatal Program. He also continues to serve as a Obstetrical Advisor to the Syracuse Healthy Start Project. He has been working on improving the outcomes of pregnancy in C.N.Y. for over 50 years.

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Martha Wojtowycz, PhD

Dr. Wojtowycz serves as the Director for Research and Administration with the SUNY Center for Maternal and Child Health and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

She is a health economist with undergraduate degrees in biology and economics, a doctorate in economics with a health concentration, and has advanced training in accounting. Dr. Wojtowycz teaches first and second year medical students in their Practice of Medicine and Epidemiology courses, as well as, third and fourth year students in their clerkships.

Karen Davis

Karen M. Davis

Karen graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and Finance. Karen is responsible for coordinating meetings, travel arrangements, schedules, day-to-day administrative duties for Dr. Aubry, Dr. Spadola and the CMATCH Team.  Maintaining the OB-GYN website and the purchasing and finance/budget issues for the Department. Karen also is now the Coordinator for the "Centering Program" this is groundbreaking model of care for women with diabetes in pregnancy.

Pamela R. Parker

Pamela R. Parker

Pam graduated from Wells College with a degree in Biology/Psychology. She is currently the Central New York Data Coordinator for the Statewide Perinatal Data System (SPDS). She also performs analyses of SPDS data and participates in the quality improvement aspect of the RPP outreach visits.

Pam is also a member of the Evaluation Team for the Syracuse Healthy Start Project and the Data Coordinator for the Fetal Infant Morbidity-Mortality Registry and Review (FIMMRR).

Pamela R. Parker

Diane Folk, CNM, NP, DNP

Diane serves as the Perinatal Quality/Education Specialist with the SUNY Center for Maternal and Child Health and the Regional Perinatal Program. She also is the Co-Director of the Miracle Continuity Elective. In addition, Diane cares for patients at the Regional Perinatal Center.

Diane is a certified nurse-midwife and OB-GYN nurse practitioner with 20 years experience. She has a Master's degree in midwifery and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.