Dr. Tania Kasdaglis – High-Risk Pregnancy Doctor in New Jersey
Dr. Tania Kasdaglis is one of our Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists at New Jersey Perinatal Associates, and has been a valued member of our team since 2011. She grew up in Coral Springs, Florida, and graduated from Saint George’s University School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey before undertaking her fellowship training in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the University of Maryland. Dr. Kasdaglis is board-certified in both Maternal-Fetal Medicine and OB/GYN care.
Dr. Kasdaglis has a strong research interest in the prediction and management of placental dysfunction and the prevention of preterm birth, and she has contributed to various publications in her field. Her professional memberships include:
- American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine
- New Jersey Medical Society
- New Jersey Maternal Fetal Medicine Society
Compassionate Perinatal Care Near You
Dr. Kasdaglis was inspired to go into Obstetrics and Gynecology after completing her rotations in medical school and realizing that working with women (especially pregnant women) was her calling. She feels compelled to take care of women and their babies during this special time in their lives, a time that is both amazing and difficult. Maternal-Fetal Medicine has been of strong interest to Dr. Kasdaglis since her fellowship training, when she completed research focused on preterm labor and preeclampsia. “People ask me ‘what’s my dream job?’ and this is my dream job,” Dr. Kasdaglis says of her role at NJPA.
In her free time, Dr. Kasdaglis enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family, including her four children. Patients can make an appointment with Dr. Kasdaglis at our office locations in Belleville, Livingston, Teaneck, Warren, or Westfield, NJ.
Dr. Kasdaglis’ OB/GYN and Perinatal Specialities
- Prenatal Diagnosis
- Medical Complications of Pregnancy
- Pregnancy-Related Complications
Make an Appointment with Dr. Kasdaglis for High-Risk Pregnancy Care
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