Micaela Della Torre2018-08-03T08:43:41+00:00
Micaela Della Torre

Micaela Della Torre MD, MS, FACOG

Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics & Gynecology,
Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship

High Risk Obstetrics:
Phone: (312) 413-3890
Fax: (312) 355-413-3894

Academic Office:
Phone: (312) 996-7300
Fax: (312) 996-4238

Medical SchoolResidencyFellowshipGraduate

University of Milan

Obstetrics and Gynecology

University of Chicago

Maternal Fetal Medicine

University of Illinois at Chicago

Clinical and Translational Science, SPH

University of Illinois at Chicago


Dr. Della Torre completed her medical degree at the University of Milan, followed by a residency in OB/Gyn.  She then moved to the US and completed an OBGYN residency at the University of Chicago.  Dr. Della Torre completed a MFM fellowship and Masters of Science (Clinical and Translational Science, SPH) at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2009.

In 2017, Dr. Della Torre assumed her role of Director, Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship. she is actively involved in clinical research as a faculty mentor for MFM fellows, OBGYN residents and medical students.

In 2018, Dr. Della Torre received the UIC Rising Star award for Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Dr. Della Torre is double board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Maternal Fetal Medicine.

Dr. Della Torre provides obstetrical care for high risk pregnancies. She has expertise in obstetrical and medical diagnosis during pregnancy with a specialty in the diagnosis and ultrasound of fetal anomalies. Dr. Della Torre also specializes in multiple gestations, prematurity, prevention and ultrasound diagnosis.

Dr. Della Torre is fluent in Italian.

Recent Publications

Smid MC, Bjardwaj NR, DiGiovanni LM, Eggener S, Della Torre M. Renal hemorrhagic actinomycotic abscess in pregnancy: A case report and review. Infectious Disease Reports 2014; 6:5157.

Enakpene C, Marshalla M, Jones T, DiGiovanni L, Mastrogiannis M, Della Torre M. Cervical cerclage for patients on vaginal progesterone with progressively cervical shortening. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in press.