Reflections on a 50 year career in maternal and child health
An encore presentation of Dr. Richard Aubry's May 2013 interview, in memory of his recent passing.
Retiring obstetrician Richard Aubry, MD, MPH reflects on his 50 year career in maternal and child health, where he estimates he has presided over 8,000 births, taught OB care to over 8,000 medical students, and published 50 scientific publications. Read more about The Center for Maternal & Child Health and The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Upstate Medical University.
Upstate Medical University released this statement on his passing:
“The Upstate Medical University community is deeply saddened at the loss of a true pioneer in field of women‘s health. Dr. Richard Aubry has been a mentor to multiple generations of physicians interested in public health, baby's well-being and safe motherhood. He has been a leader in public health for more than half a century. He has trained hundreds of residents and medical students always with passion and conviction. He was a pioneer in the field of maternal fetal medicine and helped to shape the direction of medical care in obstetrics and Gynecology. He was a skilled diagnostician who developed an amazing bond with patients and a genuine interest in their lives. As a medical community, we have lost one of the best.”