graduated medical school in Bulgaria where he practiced as a general pediatrician for two years after graduation. After coming to the United States he completed a four-year residency training in anatomic and clinical pathology and a year of fellowship training in pediatric pathology. In 2004 he joined the Division of Perinatal and Pediatric Pathology at Women & Infants Hospital.
Dr Kostadinov’s interests are primarily in the field of fetal and placental pathology, particularly fetal growth restriction, related placental abnormalities and their clinical correlates. He is also involved in collaborative studies looking at the effects of immunity and inflammation on adverse pregnancy outcome and reproductive failure.
Stefan G. Kostadinov, MD
"Complete pathologic evaluation of the placenta provides valuable insight regarding perinatal care for the obstetrician, neonatologist, pediatrician, and family."