Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) is designed to provide a broad training in both clinical and research aspects of this subspecialty. It will enable a candidate to embark on an academic career path with well rounded skills, capable of practicing clinical reproductive endocrinology infertility and leadership through teaching and research.
The program faculty has a wide range of expertise in the areas of reproductive medicine, reproductive surgery, reproductive genetics, the assisted reproductive technologies, and pediatric and adolescent reproductive medicine. This will allow the candidate to obtain a solid foundation of clinical skill while developing a specific clinical area of expertise of his/her interest. A molecular laboratory has been established for many years and will enable the fellow to learn basic skills and develop an area of basic science pursuit. The ART program is the largest in the U.S.; the volume of patients seen provides an opportunity for fellows to become involved in outcomes oriented clinical research.
The facilities are present to enhance such a training program and a varied patient referral population is present to fulfill these objectives. At the conclusion of this 3-year training program, the candidate will have met the requirements of the ABOG subspecialty area of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility for certification, will have established clinical reproductive skills, and will have developed foundations in basic science and clinical research that will stimulate a future career in research.
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