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Dr. Ashok Agarwal

Professor, Lerner College of Medicine,
Case Western Reserve University
Director, Andrology Center
Director, American Center for Reproductive Medicine
Staff, Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, and
Ob-Gyn and Women's Health Institute,
Anatomic Pathology, and Immunology
Cleveland Clinic
10681 Carnegie Ave., X11
Cleveland, Ohio 44195 USA
Tel: 216-444-9485; Fax: 216-445-6049
E-mail: agarwaa@ccf.org
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About Us

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The American Center for Reproductive Medicine is a research program of the Cleveland Clinic Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute (rated as No. 2 in the country by the US News and World Report). Our Center is rated as a leading center of excellence at the world-class Cleveland Clinic, which is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation's best hospitals, ranked as No. 2 in the country. Over the past 24 years our Center has trained over 1,000 pre-med/ medical students, physicians, scientists and biologists from more than 50 countries.

The Center's summer internship offers a unique opportunity for students interested in gaining a research experience in human fertility and reproductive biology and the opportunity of working with world-renowned scientists and researchers. Members of our staff publish frequently in most respected journals, are invited guest speakers at important scientific/ medical meetings and courses around the world and are active in the leading professional societies in the exciting field of human reproductive medicine. For an up to date list of our publications, kindly visit https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ashok_Agarwal2/. A Web of Science Citation Report of Research Publications by the American Center for Reproductive Medicine from 1993 to 2013 is available here.



Dr. Agarwal's Biosketch  Citation Metrics  20 years of ACRM Research  Global Author Ranking  Books Published   

Program Goals and Benefits

The American Center for Reproductive Medicine at Cleveland Clinic offers a unique and exciting summer internship opportunity for highly motivated, academically oriented medical or undergraduate students interested in a career in medicine.

The center provides an excellent environment to conduct translational research in reproductive medicine. This unsurpassed experience gives participants the opportunity to:

  • Immerse themselves in a state-of-the-art research environment
  • Train in the art and science of conducting original bench research
  • Be mentored by renowned researchers at a world-class medical institution
  • Develop a strong foundation for pursuing a career in academic medicine

The program's goal is to encourage students to consider a career in medicine, whether in reproductive medicine or any other specialty of their choosing. To this end, we have designed an exceptional summer internship program to provide students a wide range of experiences.

During this 7-week program, participants will:

  • Work alongside reproductive scientists and clinicians on cutting edge and novel research projects in a real laboratory environment.
    Some of the bench research projects offered to 2015 Summer Interns were:
    1. In Vitro Protective Effects of Ascorbate On Heat-Induced Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species on Sperm Functions
    2. Reactive Oxygen Species-Induced Post Translational Modifications in Spermatozoa Proteins and Its Effects on Sperm Function
    3. The Use of Human Sperm As a Bio-Assay for Evaluating Personal Care Products
    4. The Impact of Methylphenidate Hydrochloride, the Active Ingredient of Ritalin®, On Sperm Viability, Motility, and Oxidative Stress - An In Vitro Study
    5. Validating Oxidation-Reduction Potential in Fresh and Frozen Semen Samples With the RedoxSYS® Diagnostic System
  • Participate in the writing of book chapters as part of two individual books in the Springer Briefs in Reproductive Biology series: 1) Oxidative Stress in Human Reproduction - Shedding Light on a Complicated Phenomenon and 2) Non-Communicable Diseases and Their Impact on Fertility.

    “The Springer Briefs in Reproductive Biology is an exciting new series of concise publications of cutting-edge research and practical applications in Reproductive Biology. The series covers topics such as assisted reproductive technologies, fertility preservation, in vitro fertilization, reproductive hormones, and genetics, and features titles by the field's top researchers.”
    [Source: http://link.springer.com/bookseries/11053]

  • Some of the writing projects offered to the 2015 Summer Interns include:
  • 1) For the Oxidative Stress in Human Reproduction - Shedding Light On A Complicated Phenomenon book:
    • Introduction and Sources of Reactive Oxygen Species in the Reproductive System
    • Methods to Measure Reactive Oxygen Species (and TAC) in the Reproductive System
    • Physiological Role of Reactive Oxygen Species in the Reproductive System
    • Negative Effects of Oxidative Stress in the Reproductive System
    • Extrinsic Factors Inducing Oxidative Stress in the Reproductive System
    • Pathological Role of Reactive Oxygen Species in Complications/Diseases Related to the Reproductive System
    • Therapeutic Role of Antioxidants in the Treatment of Infertility
  • 2) For the Non-Communicable Diseases and Their Impact on Fertility book:
    • Cardiovascular Diseases
    • Cancers
    • Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders
      • Diabetes
      • Obesity
      • Pituitary, Thyroid and Adrenal Disorders
    • Mental Health
    • Gastrointestinal Diseases

    Our first Springer Brief in Reproductive Biology published in 2014 is entitled Strategies to Ameliorate Oxidative Stress during Assisted Reproduction (Ashok Agarwal, Damayanthi Durairajanayagam, Gurpriya Virk, Stefan du Plessis) ISBN: 978-3-319-10258-0 (Print) 978-3-319-10259-7 (Online)

  • Interact with reproductive endocrinologists, gynecologists, male infertility specialists and urologists.
  • Participate in daily lectures, research meetings and group discussions.

Students will develop a strong understanding of how reproductive research is conducted. Participants will also learn how to:

  • Present research results in departmental meetings
  • Prepare and present PowerPoint talks
  • Record laboratory results and conduct preliminary statistical analysis
  • Hone their public speaking skills

Hot off the Press: Latest High Impact Publication(s) by Intern(s)!
 
A Unique View on Male Infertility Around the Globe (Original Article).
 
Ashok Agarwal (Director, American Center for Reproductive Medicine), Aditi Mulgund (Research Student 2013-14), Alaa Hamada (Research Fellow 2012), Michelle Chyatte.
Published in Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology (Impact Factor = 2.41), Date Published: 26 April 2015.

Effects of Increased Paternal Age on Sperm Quality, Reproductive Outcome and Associated Epigenetic Risks to Offspring (Review).
 
Rakesh Sharma (Research Coordinator, American Center for Reproductive Medicine), Ashok Agarwal (Director, American Center for Reproductive Medicine), Vikram Rohra (Best Intern Award (Honorable Mention) 2014 Summer Mentorship Program), Mourad Assidi (CRM Collaborator), Muhammad Abu-Elmagd (CRM Collaborator), Rola F Turki.
Published in Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology (Impact Factor = 2.41), Date Published: 19 April 2015.
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Additional Benefits of Internship

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A unique aspect of this internship is the emphasis placed by the program on cultivating soft skills and imbibing professionalism in all participants. Skills honed during the internship include:

  • leadership
  • volunteerism
  • time management
  • effective communication
  • public speaking and presentation skills

These skills and abilities are highly valued and have a prolonged impact on participants, especially as they pursue their goals and develop careers.

The intangible mix of skills nurtured during our internship sets our interns distinctly apart from their peers and empowers them to:

  • be highly competitive in their interviews for medical school, residency or jobs
  • perform better at public speaking opportunities
  • be stronger candidates when being considered for work positions

Among the 25 fundamental values weaved through the internship syllabus are:

The teaching-learning modalities used to impart these values include:

  • 1. Mentorship
  • 2. Role modeling
  • 3. Demonstrations
  • 4. Small-group sessions
  • 5. One-on-one discussions
  • 6. Individualized coaching


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Summer Internship

Who can apply?

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Undergraduate students, medical students, residents, and recent graduates.

Both local (US nationals) and foreign (international) applicants are welcome to apply.

How to apply:

Our selection procedure for summer internship positions is highly competitive. Thirty One students were selected to participate in our program in the summer of 2015. Interested applicants should submit the following:

  • Recent curriculum vitae/resume
  • At least two recent letters of recommendation from advisors, teachers, or persons who have a firsthand knowledge of the candidate. The following is not acceptable: LORs sent as an e-mail and not printed on official letterhead, not carrying a signature, letters written more than 6-8 weeks before the date of submission. What is acceptable: LORs submitted via e-mail as scanned files either directly by the referee or a candidate
  • Address and telephone number for a personal interview
  • A 500-word personal statement
  • Proof of medical insurance
  • A letter stating that the participant has the necessary funding to support him/herself for the 7-week program (the internship is not funded and no financial support is available). This letter could be written by the candidate.
  • An application processing fee of $250.00 in the form of a money order or certified bank check only - payable to "2017 Internship in Reproductive Medicine". This fee is non-refundable.
  • A non-refundable course fee of $6,950.00 will be required from candidates accepted for the internship. This fee may be submitted as a money order or certified bank check (no personal checks) made payable to "2017 Internship in Reproductive Medicine"
  • A non-refundable bank transfer fee of USD $50 is required from all overseas candidates for each wire transfer sent. This will cover the bank transfer fee charged by the banks when the candidates transfer funds for their admission fee and any other applicable fees.
  • A security deposit of USD $500.00 in the form of a US money order or cash will be required at Orientation. This deposit serves to cover any damage caused by the intern to lab instruments or any ACRM property during his/her stay. In case of no damage, this amount will be refunded at the end of the program.
Overseas Candidates Only:
  • A USD $1,500.00 non-refundable fee for access to Cleveland Clinic facilities will be required from all overseas candidates. This will include access to basic and advanced research facilities. This fee should be submitted through a wire transfer made payable to "2017 Mentorship in Reproductive Medicine"
  • A non-refundable document fee of USD $500.00 in the form of a money order or certified bank check - payable to "2017 Mentorship in Reproductive Medicine." This fee is required for candidates applying from outside of the United States. The fee is charged by the International Medical Education Department for their appointment of foreign-based candidates.
  • Note: A combined check of USD $9,000 consisting of the course fee (#8), the bank transfer fee (#9), the access fee (#11), and the document fee (#12) is preferred through a single wire transfer for all overseas candidates.
Late application, submission fees:
  • 1) 1 week after deadline (Mar 4 to 10) USD $1,500.00
  • 2) 2 weeks after deadline (Mar 11 to 17), USD $2,950.00
  • 3) More than 2 weeks and up to 4 weeks (Mar 18 to Apr 14) after deadline, USD $5,500.00

Where to submit:

Program Director
American Center for Reproductive Medicine
Cleveland Clinic
10681 Carnegie Avenue, X11
Cleveland, OH 44195 USA
Tel: (216) 444-9485; Fax: (216) 445-6049
E-mail: agarwaa@ccf.org

Application Deadline: March 03, 2017

Internship Dates: June 12, 2017 to July 28, 2017

Other Important Information:

  • Foreign students and graduates are welcome to apply.
  • Research work conducted during the internship may qualify for undergraduate course credit(s). Interested participants should check with their academic advisers.
  • Successful completion of internship results in the award of a Certificate of Research Training from the Center for Reproductive Medicine.

Expectations and Grading Criteria


 

 

1. Expectations

  • a) Expectations by CRM Mentors for Incoming Interns
    As an Intern accepted into the CRM Internship Program, incoming interns are expected tofulfill their job description to maximize the benefits that they will obtain from the program. Read more about this here.
     
  • b) Adherence to Policy and Procedures
    Incoming interns are expected to abide by the policy and procedures of the Center forReproductive Medicine and Cleveland Clinic. Read more about this here.
     
  • c) Incoming Interns can Expect Internship Mentors to
    Incoming interns can expect their Mentors to provide them with valuable Mentorship throughout the program. Read more about this here.


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2. Method to Evaluate Scientific Research
Interns will be expected to fulfill the learning objectives of the Scientific Writing Exercise in order to have participated successfully in the Internship Program. Read more about the criteria that will be evaluated here.

3. Method to Evaluate Bench Research
Interns will be expected to fulfill the learning objectives of the Bench Research Exercise in order to have participated successfully in the Internship Program. Read more about the criteria that will be evaluated here.

4. Grading of Interns
Interns will be expected to fulfill the learning objectives of the Internship Program in order to achieve successful participation in the Internship Program. Read more about the criteria that will be evaluated here.

5. Criteria for Award of Graduation Certificate
In order to be awarded the Internship Graduation Certificate, interns should score the equivalent of a pass, pass with honors or pass with distinction. Read more about the criteria that will be evaluated here.

Facilities & Resources

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The Laboratories
Research and Clinical Laboratories occupy over 5000 square feet of workspace with state-of-the-art instruments and facilities for advanced research in fertility preservation in patients with cancer, proteomics of male and female infertility and molecular markers of oxidative stress and DNA integrity.

Equipment and Instrumentation
Instruments available in our facility include: computer assisted semen analyzers, luminometer for oxidative stress measurements, Accuri BD C6 flow cytometer, equipment for western blot, culture room equipped with a sterile hood, several incubators, microscopes, and Narishige micromanipulator fitted on an inverted phase-contrast microscope, spectrophotometers, ELISA plate reader, centrifuges, liquid nitrogen storage tanks, programmable freezers, cold room, etc.

Core Laboratories
The laboratory has ready access to over a dozen highly-specialized core laboratories within the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute. These include: proteomics, metabolomics, genomics, molecular biotechnology, molecular screening, flow cytometry, mass spectrometry, translational research, digital imaging and electron microscopy, etc. For more information on these core laboratories, please visit: http://www.lerner.ccf.org/services.

IT Equipment
Along with office supplies, the office space for Fellows is equipped with over 2 dozen computers with laser printers, scanners, copiers, and all the necessary software programs. All computers in the Center are connected to the Cleveland Clinic's intranet that provides direct access to most online journals related to the field of medicine, urology, reproductive medicine, andrology, oby-gyn, etc.

Teamwork
A large collection of scientific journals, electronic journals/books, and other databases are available through the resourceful Cleveland Clinic Alumni Library. Specialized Medical Librarians are ever willing to help in research and use of electronic databases. Statistical research support is readily available from a team of biostatisticians working in the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences (QHS). Services for the design and creation of medical illustration for publication purposes are provided by The Center for Medical Art and Photography (CMAP) Arts and Photo also aid in the preparation of research posters and lecture slides for presentations at national meetings.



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Student Feedback (2013 Interns)

Click on the pictures below to hear what our former interns have to say about their time at the American Center for Reproductive Medicine.

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Lindsay Trujillo
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David Collins
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Rachel Thomas
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Jason Peng
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Chloe Ong
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Rohan Peer

Read for yourself about the interns' experiences, their testimonials and their evaluation of the program.


Mentor Feedback (2013 Mentors)


Click on the pictures below to hear what our Mentors have to say about their time at the American Center for Reproductive Medicine.

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Dr. Stefan du Plessis
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Dr. Damayanthi Durairajanayagam
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Dr. Saad Alshahrani

Read for yourself the letters of reflection from our Mentors on their Mentorship experience during the summer program.

Letters from Dr. du Plessis, Dr. Tvrdá, Dr. Ayaz, Dr. Gunes, Tina Virk and Kim Ly.

Graduating Interns (2016)

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Haya AlFaris

Alfaisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Best Intern Award: First Place
Prize: $750

Mentor's Choice Award for Bench Research

Outstanding Leadership Award

Dedication to Ambassador Council Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Nawaf Alfawzan

King Saud University, College of Medicine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Best Intern Award: Second Place
Prize: $500

Mentor's Choice Award for Scientific Writing

Outstanding Leadership Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Fawaz Alshaalan

Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, College of Medicine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Best Intern Award: Third Place
Prize: $300

Mentor's Choice Award for Bench Research

Outstanding Work Ethic Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

 
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Abdulrahman Aljowair

Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, College of Medicine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Best Intern Award: Honorable Mention
Prize: $150

Mentor's Choice Award for Bench Research

Outstanding Professionalism Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Dilara Emirzeoglu

Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey

Best Intern Award: Honorable Mention
Prize: $150

Judge's Choice Award for Best Scientific Writing Presentation

Outstanding Enthusiasm Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Ibraheem Rehman

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Judge's Choice Award for Best Scientific Writing Project

Judge's Choice Award for Best Scientific Writing Presentation

Mentor's Choice Award for Scientific Writing

Outstanding Problem Solving Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

 
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Aron Lukaszuk

Nicolaus Copernicus University, College of Medicine, Poland

Judge's Choice Award for Best Bench Research Project

Judge's Choice Award for Best Scientific Writing Presentation

Outstanding Prolem Solving Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Mohammed Aleid

Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, College of Medicine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Judge's Choice Award for Best Bench Research Project

Judge's Choice Award for Best Scientific Writing Presentation

Mentor's Choice Award for Bench Research

Outstanding Dedication Award

Dedication to Ambassador Council Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Devin Ta

Northeast Ohio Medical University, Canton, OH

Judge's Choice Award for Best Bench Research Project

Mentor's Choice Award for Scientific Writing

Outstanding Leadership Award

Dedication to Ambassador Council Award

Certificate of Graduation

 
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Sarah AlJasser

King Saud University, College of Medicine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Judge's Choice Award for Best Bench Research Project

Judge's Choice Award for Best Scientific Writing Project

Outstanding Enthusiasm Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Nikita Peramsetty

Holy Spirit Catholic High School, Tuscaloosa, AL

Judge's Choice Award for Best Bench Research Project

Outstanding Teamwork Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Luiza Pelegrini

University of Sao Paulo, College of Medicine, Brazil

Mentor's Choice Award for Scientific Writing

Kim Dao Ly Award for Volunteerism: Honorable Mention
Prize: $25

Outstanding Demeanor Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

 
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Aabed Alguraigari

Batterjee Medical College, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Mentor's Choice Award for Scientific Writing

Outstanding Achievement Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Mariana Sinigaglia

University of Sao Paulo, College of Medicine, Brazil

Outstanding Teamwork Award

Dedication to Ambassador Council Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Abdullah Alkhani

Alfaisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Outstanding Problem Solving Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

 
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Abdulrahman AlNasrullah

Alfaisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Outstanding Professionalism Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Ahmad Joumah

Alfaisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Outstanding Teamwork Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Ibrahim Abalhassan

Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, College of Medicine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Outstanding Enthusiasm Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

 
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Malik Kayal

Alfaisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Outstanding Dedication Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

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Maryam Tawfik

Alfaisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Outstanding Professionalism Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

Moneera Aldraihem

King Saud University, College of Medicine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Outstanding Teamwork Award

Volunteerism Recognition Award

Certificate of Graduation

 
 

Invited Faculty 2016

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Botros Rizk
MD, PhD

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Head of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, University of South Alabama

Certificate

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Charles Dorsey
MBA

Director of Commercial Innovation at Aytu BioScience, Inc.

Certificate

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Dolores Lamb, PhD
HCLD

Professor, Scott Department of Urology and Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Laboratory Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

Certificate

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Hassan Nooman Sallam
MD, DGO, DrChO&G
FRCOG, PhD

Professor and former Chairman of Department of Ob-Gyn in Alexandria University, Egypt and Clinical Director of the Alexandria Fertility and Assisted Reproduction Center

Certificate

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Josh Disbrow
MBA

Chief Executive Officer of Aytu BioScience, Inc.

Certificate

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Kim Dao Ly
MD, MBA

Recent Medical School Student Graduate, Texas A&M College of Medicine Dallas, Texas

Certificate

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Kimberly Bjugstad
PhD

Scientific Affairs Manager at Aytu BioScience, Inc.

Certificate

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Ramadan Saleh
MD

Professor and Director of Scientific Research Support Unit at Faculty of Medicine at Sohag University, Egypt and Founder and Director of Ajyal Hospital and IVF Center

Certificate

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Sijo Parekattil
MD

Co-Director Personalized Urology & Robotics Clinic South Lake Hospital & Orlando Health Clermont, Florida

Certificate

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Suresh Sikka
PhD, HCLD

Professor and Research Director of Urology and Director of Andrology Clinic and Research Laboratory, Tulane University, New Orleans

Certificate

Organizing Faculty 2016

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Ashok Agarwal
PhD, HCLD (ABB)

Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Director, Andrology Center, Director, American Center for Reproductive Medicine and Director, 2016 Summer Internship Program

Certificate

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Rakesh Sharma
PhD

Associate Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Research Coordinator, American Center for Reproductive Medicine, Coordinator, Andrology Center

Certificate

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Sajal Gupta
MD, TS (ABB)

Assistant Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Assistant Research Coordinator, American Center for Reproductive Medicine, Supervisor, Andrology Center

Certificate

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Zeynep Cakar
MSc

American Center for Reproductive Medicine Coordinator, 2016 Summer Internship Program

Kim Dao Ly Award for Volunteerism

Certificate

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Deepak Kumar

American Center for Reproductive Medicine Coordinator, 2016 Summer Internship Program

Kim Dao Ly Award for Volunteerism

Certificate

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Carolina Martines

American Center for Reproductive Medicine Coordinator, 2016 Summer Internship Program

Certificate

Mentors 2016

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Rakesh Sharma
PhD

Associate Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Research Coordinator, American Center for Reproductive Medicine, Coordinator, Andrology Center

Judge's Choice Award for Bench Research Project

Certificate

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Sajal Gupta
MD

Assistant Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Assistant Research Coordinator, American Center for Reproductive Medicine, Supervisor, Andrology Center

Certificate

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Gulfam Ahmad
PhD

Visiting Faculty, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Judge's Choice Award for Best Writing Project

Certificate

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Ahmet Ayaz
PhD

Visiting Faculty, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Certificate

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Sezgin Gunes
PhD

Visiting Faculty, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Certificate

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Narasimhan Kothandaraman
PhD

Research Observer, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Certificate

Research Team 2016

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Ralf Henkel
PhD

Visiting Faculty, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Certificate

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Luna Samanta
PhD

Visiting Faculty, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Certificate

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Paula Intasqui
MSc

Research Observer, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Certificate

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Nirlipta Swain
MSc

Research Observer, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Kim Dao Ly Award for Volunteerism

Certificate

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Asli Mahmutoglu
MSc

Research Observer, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Kim Dao Ly Award for Volunteerism

Certificate

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Farhad Iranpour
PhD

Research Observer, American Center for Reproductive Medicine

Certificate

ACRM Speakers

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Ashok Agarwal PhD, HCLD (ABB)
Director
SharmaR
Rakesh Sharma, PhD
Research Coordinator
GuptaS
Sajal Gupta, MD, TS (ABB)
Assistant Research Coordinator
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Gulfam Ahmad, PhD
Research Fellow
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Ahmet Ayaz, PhD
Research Fellow
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Sezgin Gunes, PhD
Research Fellow
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Narasimhan Kothandaraman, PhD
Research Fellow
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Ralf Henkel, PhD
Research Fellow
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Luna Samanta, PhD
Research Fellow
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Paula Intasqui, MSc
Research Fellow
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Nirlipta Swain, MSc
Research Fellow
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Asli Mahmutoglu, MSc
Research Fellow
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Farhad Iranpour, PhD
Research Fellow
   

Invited Speakers

Contributing Andrology Center Employees

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Carmen Caraballo, MT (ASCP)
Medical Technologist
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CarabaM
Meaghanne Caraballo, MT
Medical Technologist
Certificate
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Alyssa Giroski, MT
Medical Technologist
Certificate

Scientific Presentations (2016)


Presentations 2016

The summer interns gave a 20 minute presentation with their respective Scientific Writing Groups on the final presentation day of the 2016 Summer Internship program held on Thursday, July 28, 2016. The presentations were held from 1PM to 5PM. The audience comprised of leaders in the field of reproductive medicine, faculty, parents, fellows and interns.

Reception Dinner (2016)


Dinner 2016

The reception dinner started from 6:00 PM onwards and included presentations from guest speakers, an awards ceremony and a gala dinner at the Intercontinental Hotel at Cleveland Clinic.

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Mini Summit in Female Infertility
2016 Summer Internship
2016 Laboratory Photo Shoot
Scientific Presentations and Guest Lectures
Bench Research Presentations and Guest Lectures
Awards Ceremony
Faculty Dinner