• Ob/Gyn Program, Assistant Professor
    Associate Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

  • Ob/Gyn Program, Associate Professor
    Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

  • Ob/Gyn Program, Assistant Professor
    Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

  • Ob/Gyn Program, Associate Professor
    Associate Director Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  • Additional Team Members

  • Sabrina Anderson, M.S., received her degree in genetic counseling at the University of South Carolina. She holds an undergraduate degree in biology from Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She counsels women whose babies may have genetic anomalies.

    Kelly Curd, M.S., M.Ed., earned her master's degree in genetic counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She also holds a Master's of Education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Delaware. She worked as a middle-school teacher in North Carolina before returning to school for genetic counseling. She is a member of the National Association of Genetic Counselors.

    Angelyn A. Dekle, APRN-BC, FNP, worked as a charge nurse, circulating nurse, and recovery room nurse in Memorial’s mother-baby unit before she returned to Georgia Southern University and earned her Master of Science in Nursing. In 1999, she became certified as a family nurse practitioner. As the multiple gestation coordinator for Savannah Perinatology Associates, she provides nutrition and preterm labor education to patients who are carrying more than one baby.

    Libby H. Malphrus, M.S., CGC, received her master’s degree in genetic counseling from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. She was certified through the American Board of Genetic Counseling and has been a frequent guest lecturer, focusing on prenatal testing and ultrasound abnormalities. She created a pilot program with MUMC and Mercer University School of Medicine to present monthly genetics lectures to obstetrics and gynecology residents, medical students, and faculty. She is a cervical cancer survivor and founder of a nonprofit organization, Help the Hoo-Hahs, for women battling gynecologic cancers.

    Tina Youmans, APRN, B.C., FNP, is a certified family nurse practitioner who sees patients with high-risk pregnancies. A graduate of Georgia Southern University, she is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She has advanced clinical training in neonatal, pediatrics, and OB/GYN nursing.