Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

The Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Fellowship aims to train fellows to become autonomous practitioners in the specialty who exceed patients' expectations. To ethically and professionally evaluate and manage patient issues related to clinical pharmacology of hormones as it relates to REI and in the best interest of the patient's wishes, desired process, and outcomes. To act as leaders in the field to promote reproductive and women's health through clinical research, advocacy, and teaching knowledge to peers and other learners. These aims will be achieved by the following:

  • Maintaining an educational environment conducive to educating the fellows and providing adequate oversight of the training, educational, research and scholarly activities.
  • Ensuring that fellows develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes that will lead to proficiency in all ACGME competency areas, they can enter the unsupervised practice of reproductive medicine.
  • Training fellows to appreciate continued professional growth, seek research funding and academic positions, and encourage them to work towards being an independent investigator.
  • Improving the patient’s experience and clinical outcome.

Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Information