Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Fellowship

About the Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Fellowship


The mission of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) Fellowship program is to ensure that, upon graduation, our fellows are able to practice independently as skilled and compassionate specialists who are committed to lifelong learning and professional growth. In alignment with BIDMC’s mission to serve all patients regardless of race, religion, country of origin, immigration status, disability or handicap, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, military services or source of payment, we prepare our clinicians to be adaptable in a variety of workplace settings with diverse patient populations. BIDMC partners with Boston IVF, one of the largest IVF programs in the country, to provide comprehensive evaluation, advanced treatment and compassionate support for infertility as well as menstrual, adrenal and related abnormalities.

The goals of our fellowship program are to:

  • Prepare graduates to engage in teaching and research making contributions to the advancement of knowledge in our specialty, clinical or basic science, as a faculty member in an academic department.
  • Train practitioners who can serve as the leader of a quality assurance, quality improvement, or patient safety team in their practice setting.
  • Produce practitioners who will work to achieve health equity by mitigating disparities because they value the importance of diversity, inclusiveness and belonging in the workplace and recognize the challenges faced by diverse communities who lack access to care.
  • Develop socially well-adjusted fellows through a programmatic focus on physician well-being because emotionally healthy physicians will be more resilient and able to deliver the best care to our community.

Our fellowship program is three years, with 12 months of protected research time and 24 months of clinical and surgical reproductive medicine and infertility. The clinical surgical experience consists of adult endocrinology, menopause, urology and male infertility. Fellows will rotate in Pediatric Endocrinology at Boston Children’s Hospital.

Our Teaching Faculty

Meet Our Fellows

Ann Korkidakis, MD, MPH

Ann Korkidakis, MD, MPH

PGY5

Residency

University of British Columbia Vancouver

Medical School

McGill University Faculty of Medicine Canada

Jaimin Shah, MD

Jaimin Shah, MD

PGY6

Residency

University of Texas Houston McGovern Medical School

Medical School

University of Texas Health Science Center

Angela Leung, MD

Angela Leung, MD

PGY7

Residency

Tufts Medical Center

Medical School

Indiana School of Medicine