Rotations are scheduled to provide a diverse clinical and research experience.
Fellows will become proficient in the diagnosis and treatment of reproductive endocrinology disorders, learn such infertility treatment procedures as in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer and ART, participate in all aspects of REI surgery, and receive training in andrology.
Fellows will also gain experience in writing manuscripts and grants, and will participate in resident and student teaching.
A large clinic and referral base of endocrine and infertility patients is available for study, while laboratory research is directed toward molecular biology.
Laboratories in the Department include those of the Cecil H. and Ida Green Center for Reproductive Biology Sciences as well as the laboratories of Lisa Halvorson, M.D., W. Lee Kraus, Ph.D., Mala Mahendroo, Ph.D., and Ruth Ann Word, M.D.
Fellows are encouraged to produce manuscripts for publication each year of the fellowship program. Graduating fellows have all published at least one peer-reviewed manuscript and have numerous presentations at major meetings.