Camille Hoffman, MD, MSCS

M. Camille Hoffman, is an Assistant Professor of Maternal Fetal Medicine in the University of Colorado Departments of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Psychiatry.  Most of her time is spent at the safety-net hospital for Denver County, Denver Health.  She recently completed the Women’s Reproductive Health Research (WRHR) program, a mentored (K12) junior faculty award granted through the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).  During the WRHR, she established a clinical and translational perinatal mental health research program in the Denver metro area to investigate maternal-child neurodevelopmental relationships and to promote maternal-child wellness.  She works in “high-risk” obstetrics in an integrated (physical and behavioral) perinatal care clinic.

Dr. Hoffman was awarded a Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM) mini-sabbatical in Perinatal Mental Health in 2014 and runs the SMFM Perinatal Mental Health online provider “Community Forum.”  She serves currently as PI or co-investigator on several funded maternal-child mental health research collaborations and clinical partnerships.  Through these partnerships, she developed a great respect for the mission of the “2020 Mom” project and how transformative the efforts of this project will be for women, children and families.  Dr. Hoffman lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband, two preschool aged children, many bicycles, and a herd of alpacas.