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Conisha Holloman, MD


Maternal Fetal Medicine


Texas Medical Center


Maternal Fetal Medicine

Phone: 832-826-4636 (4-MFM)
Fax: 832-825-9402


6651 Main Street
Suite F420
Houston, TX 77030

Conisha Holloman, MD


University of Texas Health Science Center at HoustonFellowshipMaternal Fetal Medicine2021
Orlando HealthResidencyObstetrics and Gynecology2018
University of Rochester School of Med. & DentistryMedical SchoolDoctor of Medicine2014
Xavier University of LouisianaBachelorsBachelor of Science2009

Personal Statement

I believe in delivering comprehensive and compassionate care while remaining a strong patient advocate. It is important that my patients are informed about their healthcare and we can participate in shared decision making.

Clinical Interests:

Fetal Ultrasound

Perinatal Diagnosis

Chorionic Villus Sampling


Medical Complications of Pregnancy (hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, renal disease)


Organization NameRole
American College of Obstetrics & GynecologyFellow
Houston Medical ForumMember
International Society of Ulltrasound in Obstetrics and GynecologyMember
National Medical AssociationMember
Society for Maternal-Fetal MedicineMember

Selected Publications

Holloman C and B Sibai. “Hypertensive Disease in Pregnancy.” Clinical Obstetrics: The Fetus & Mother, 4th edition. Edited by E. Albert Reece. Wolters Kluwer. In Press.

Di Cerbo L, Holloman C and M Longo. “A Support for the Luteal Phase: Supplementation with Vitamin D, Inositol and Melatonin.” Vitamin D as Progesterone like Hormone: its use in Obstetrics and Gynecology clinical practice. Edited by Vittorio Unfer. Nova Science Publisher. In Press.

Lynch TA, Olson-Chen C, Colihan S, Meyers J, Holloman C, Li D, Link H, Torres P, Kim A, King D, Eckman C, Varlamov A, Dexter S, Pressman EK, Soto-Torres E, Malshe A. Preterm Prelabor Rupture of Membranes: Outcomes with Expectant Management until 34 weeks versus 35 weeks. American Journal of Perinatology Published December 2018.