Chantal Mayer received her Medical degree from McGill University in 1999. She moved to Vancouver to complete the residency program in 2004. She practiced as a general OBGYN for a year before moving to Ottawa to complete an Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound fellowship at the Ottawa University. Upon her return, she completed a Fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine at the University of British Columbia in 2008. Dr. Mayer has been working as part of the Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine at BC Women’s Hospital since, dividing her time between BCW hospital and the Jim Pattison Outpatient and Surgery Centre in Surrey.
Although she enjoys all aspects of the subspecialty, Chantal’s specific areas of expertise and research include fetal physiology, placental insufficiency, fetal echocardiography and as well as obstetrical ultrasound in general. While considering herself primarily a clinician, Chantal enjoys the process and the opportunity that research brings to address everyday clinical questions.
D. Pugash, C. Mayer, G. Hendson, C.P. Dunham. “Periventricular Leukomalacia and periventricular hemorrhagic infarction in the fetus”. J Ultrasound Med 2014: 33 (suppl): S14.
D. Pugash, C. P. Dunham, C. Mayer, G. Hendson and A. Gagnon. “Corroboration of normal and abnormal fetal cerebral lamination on postmortem sonography with neuropathological examination”. J Ultrasound Med 2014: 33 (suppl): S14.
Pugash D, Mayer C, Hendson G, Dunham C.P. “Periventricular Leukomalacia, Periventricular Hemorrhagic infarction, and white matter injury in the fetus”. J Ultrasound Med 33(supp):S1-S124, 2014. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) 2014 Annual Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Pugash D, Mayer C, Hendson G, Dunham C.P. “Corroboration of Normal and Abnormal Fetal Cerebral Lamination on Post mortem Sonography with Neuropathologic examination”. Ultrasound Med 33(supp):S1-S124, 2014. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) 2014 Annual Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mayer C, Joseph KS. Fetal growth: a review of terms, concepts and issues relevant to obstetrics. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2013;41:136-145.
Zerhouni s, Mayer C, Skarsgard ED. Can we select fetuses with intra-abdominal calcification for delivery in neonatal surgical centres? Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 48(5):946-950, 2013.
Nelly Auersberg Award 2014. Prenatal diagnosis of congenital birth defects using ultrasound and 3 Tesla MRI. D Pugash; C Mayer; A Rausher.
BC Children’s Hospital 2011 Telethon Projects Competition. A multivariable risk prediction tool for adverse neonatal outcomes in prolonged pregnancy: A single site pilot project. C Mayer; J Hutcheon; B Butler