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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.
Cleveland Clinic invites applications from individuals interested in advanced training in male infertility for our many exciting training opportunities.
|Training Programs||Training In||Duration||Course Fee (US)|
|Research Fellowship||Art and Science of Bench Research and Scientific Writing, Presentation and Public Speaking Skills, Professionalism, Leadership and other Soft Skills||1 year (minimum)||To be determined based on research project|
|Summer Internship||Bench Research, Scientific Writing, Presentation and Public Speaking Skills, Professionalism, Leadership and other Soft Skills||7 weeks||$6,500.00|
|Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)||In vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), gamete cryopreservation, and advanced tests in andrology||1 to 8 weeks||$950.00 to $7,950.00 depending on Module|
|Research Student / Volunteer*
* Subject to availability, US citizens only
|Bench Research, Scientific Writing, Presentation and Public Speaking Skills, Professionalism, Leadership and other Soft Skills||4 to 12 weeks||None|
|ART Training Modules||Training In||Duration||Course Fee (US)|
|1||Semenology||40 hours (1 week)||$5,295.00|
|1A||Routine Semen Analysis||8 hours (1 day)||$950.00|
|1B||Sperm Morphology||16 hours (2 days)||$1,395.00|
|2||Advanced Andrology Techniques||32 hours (4 days)||$4,750.00|
|3||ART Sperm Preparation||16 hours (2 days)||$2,250.00|
|4||Cryopreservation Techniques||8 hours (1 day)||$1,950.00|
|5A||IVF / ICSI / Micromanipulation||80 hours (2 weeks)||$7,950.00|
|5B||ICSI / Micromanipulation||40 hours (1 week)||$6,200.00|
|5C||Advanced ART Techniques||40 hours (1 week)||$6,850.00|
|5D||Customized ART Training||Selected by Trainee||To be determined|
|6||Vitrification||8 hours (1 day)||$2,500.00|
|7||Management of IVF and Andrology Labs||16 hours (2 days)||$2,800.00|
|8||Preparing for CAP Accreditation and FDA Inspection||16 hours (2 days)||$2,800.00|
|9||Training in Scientific Writing||120 hours (15 days)||$10,500.00|
|10||Training in Bench Research||160 hours (20 days)||$15,000.00|
Virtual 360° Tour of the American Center for Reproductive Medicine Research Laboratories and Andrology Center
Our human reproduction and infertility research fellowship is one of the most active programs in the United States. We welcome applications from recent medical school graduates, residents, physicians, and scientists interested in conducting cutting-edge basic science or clinical research in the field of Reproductive Medicine. A limited number of Fellowship positions are available every year. Applicants are selected on a competitive basis from a pool of candidates from around the world. Only the most qualified applicants with a genuine desire to learn and engage in real research will be considered. Once sSelected, the candidates will be appointed (for a minimum of one year) as Research Fellows through the Cleveland Clinic's Graduate Medical Education Program. For further details, read our Research flyer. For more information on applying for the Research Fellowship, please click here.
The Summer Internship in the American Center for Reproductive Medicine delivers a unique, intensive mentorship experience in scientific writing and hands-on bench research that will provide a lifelong foundation of skills. Not only will Interns gain the opportunity to work at the Cleveland Clinic and receive mentoring by world-renowned faculty in medicine and health sciences, they will also be able to mingle with a team of reputed scientists and physicians and publish research articles in prestigious medical journals.
We invite pre-med and medical students as well as recent graduates to join the 175 students from 14 countries who have done their internship at the American Center for Reproductive Medicine during the past 8 years.
To learn more about our Summer Internship Course, including program faculty, internship syllabus daily schedule, complete project listing, internship awards, pictures of interns’ presentations, reception banquet, multimedia feedback, and accommodation options, please browse our Summer Mentorship flyer and webpage. For more information on applying for the Research Fellowship, please click here.
The hands-on Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) Training at the American Center for Reproductive Medicine offers a unique opportunity to acquire personalized hands-on training on multiple comprehensive training modules revolving around the latest techniques in this rapidly changing subspecialty. Our Trainees will receive this much sought after training by world-class faculty at the state-of-the-art training facilities at the Cleveland Clinic, which is one of the world’s premier ART centers.
We offer multiple, flexible modules comprising an intensive, 320-hour course on in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), gamete cryopreservation as well as routine and advanced tests in andrology. These courses are available exclusively to scientists and physicians with specific interest in gynecology, andrology or embryology as well as other health professionals such as embryologists, reproductive biologists and technologists. Since 2003, 160 Trainee alumni from 43 countries have expressed tremendous satisfaction with our Training Modules and the Trainers.
To learn more about our ART Training Course, including program faculty, daily course schedule, pictures of training facilities, and accommodation options, please browse our ART Training flyer and webpage. For more information on applying for the ART Training Course, please click here.
Volunteer opportunities are available on an ad-hoc basis for pre-med and medical students who are citizens of the United States. Volunteers will be able to watch the clinical evaluation of infertile male patients, participate in andrology research conferences and journal club and help in research in the American Center for Reproductive Medicine. Appointments are made through the Cleveland Clinic International Center for four to eight weeks.
Students who are interested in applying for a Research Volunteer position should enquire about its availability by writing directly to the ACRM Director (Dr Ashok Agarwal, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Assistant Research Coordinator (Dr Sajal Gupta, email@example.com).
Since 1993, more than 515 physicians and scientists from 50 or more countries have received their research and ART training at the American Center for Reproductive Medicine during the past 23 years. In addition, more than 175 pre-med and medical students as well as recent graduates from 14 countries have done their internship during the summer at the American Center for Reproductive Medicine in the past 8 years.
To learn more about the distinguished ACRM Alumni of Research Fellows, Summer Interns and ART Trainees, browse the links below.
|Get To Know our Alumni|
|Research Fellow Aumni||Program Flyer||Alumni Flyer||Program Webpages||Evaluations||Testimonials|
|Summer Intern Alumni||Program Flyer||Alumni Flyer||Program Webpages||Evaluations||Testimonials|
|Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Trainee Alumni||Program Flyer||Alumni Flyer||Program Webpages||Evaluations||Testimonials|
|Research Student Alumni||Evaluations||Testimonials|