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Miena Hall MD, IBCLC

Miena M. Hall MD, IBCLC

Clinical Instructor, University of Wisconsin Breastfeeding and Lactation Medicine Clinic, Verona, Wisconsin; Primary Care Research Fellow, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Dr. Hall is a Clinical Instructor at the University of Wisconsin Breastfeeding and Lactation Medicine Clinic and a T32-funded Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Wisconsin. Her research focuses on the development of predictive models to determine the risk of inadequate milk production based on longitudinal imaging of glandular tissue growth during pregnancy and on the investigation of risk factors associated with low milk production. She is involved in the creation of a new Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine protocol on low milk production and a member of the La Leche League International Medical Advisory Team.

While a medical student, Dr. Hall was afforded the unique opportunity to work as a clerkship instructor, teaching her fellow medical students about breastfeeding. Since then, she remains committed to medical education in lactation, currently providing in-person and virtual instruction to medical students, residents, and fellows at several institutions including the University of Wisconsin, the University of Rochester, and Loyola University Chicago.

Dr. Hall received her undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Dartmouth College in 2000, and, after many years at-home raising her four children and volunteering as a breastfeeding counselor, graduated in 2018 from the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Medicine. After finishing her family medicine residency in Illinois, Dr. Hall worked at a large independent multi-specialty medical group in the suburbs of Chicago while completing a remote Breastfeeding and Lactation Medicine (BFLM) fellowship through the University of Rochester.


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