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Subspecialty Training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

This two-year academic, research-oriented program permits candidates to achieve clinical competence in assisted reproductive technology and advanced reproductive and endoscopic surgery.

Responsibilities include management of infertility, repeated pregnancy loss, and reproductive endocrine disorders. During the program, trainees will conduct ultrasound and design and execute research protocol in clinical or basic science.

Our fellowship program offers a high volume and diversity of cases in reproductive endocrinology and in reproductive surgery, as well as in male infertility. Special cutting-edge technologies are being developed, delivered as novel treatments and taught at our center. One example is the fertility preservation program that entails collaborating with referring professionals from other disciplines, implementing and tailoring novel techniques such as IVM and oocyte vitrification.

Research is an integral part of the program. Trainees are expected to present their work at a National or International Scientific Meeting and publish their work in a peer-reviewed journal. Throughout the program, trainees are expected to participate in the teaching of medical students, residents, general gynecologists and other health care professionals.

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Dre. Patricia Monnier
Director, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Subspecialty Training Program
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Isabelle Lalonde. Fellowship Coordinator
514-934-1934 x 34669