Cleveland Clinic invites applications from individuals interested in advanced training in male or female infertility for our
many exciting training opportunities.
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. Applicants are selected on a competitive basis. Selected candidates are appointed as Research Fellows through the Cleveland Clinic's Graduate Medical Education Program.
Male Infertility Clinical Fellowship
The minimum one-year program focuses on the development of clinical excellence in all aspects of male fertility management and basic science techniques in andrology. Clinical Fellows spend the majority of their time in the clinic and operating room evaluating and managing patients with infertility problems. They also may conduct clinical and basic science research in our Andrology Research Laboratory, to result in publication in one or more professional journals. Fellows also complete a comprehensive microsurgery course and attend the annual meetings of the American Society of Andrology and the American Society of Reproductive Medicine.
Observership opportunities are available for pre-med and medical students, residents, fellows and physicians. Observers
watch the clinical evaluation and surgical treatment of infertile male and female patients, participate in andrology and gynecology research conferences and journal club and observe research in the Center for Reproductive Medicine. Appointments are made through the Cleveland Clinic International Center for four to eight weeks.