Originally from Israel, Eran obtained his medical degree from Tel Aviv University, and completed his Residency training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Lis Medical Center affiliated with Tel Aviv University. At this tertiary care perinatal centre, with over 12,000 deliveries per annum, he developed his clinical interests in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and advanced his research skills by undertaking an advanced biostatistics program at Tel-Aviv University.
Following an initial appointment as an assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Tel Aviv University, Eran relocated to the University of Toronto, where he undertook subspecialty training in Canada’s largest Maternal-Fetal Medicine program, principally at Mount Sinai Hospital. His extended 4-year period of training included 1-year of Advanced Obstetrics at St. Michael’s Hospital and 2-year period in Mount Sinai Hospital. In 2021 he obtained subspecialty certification in Maternal-Fetal Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and completed his training with additional 1-year period within the Placenta Program at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Eran has continued to be a passionate team-based researcher, to date has authoring and co-authoring over 110 peer-reviewed original articles, reviews and book chapters, and has disseminated his work at many national and international level meetings.
In February 2022, Eran was appointed as an Associate Professor in the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Division, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.
His clinical and research interests focus on all aspects of prenatal diagnosis and management of both fetal and placenta disorders, with a focus on placental dysfunction and multifetal pregnancy.
To date, Eran has enjoyed working with a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate learners, and welcomes the opportunity to continue mentorship of next-generation academic physicians and scientists.