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.