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Division of Reproductive Science in Medicine

The mission of the Division of Reproductive Science in Medicine is to perform cutting-edge research in human infertility and reproductive health and disease.

About Our Work

 Education

The key to building awareness and improved care outcomes lies in educating clinicians and scientists in a number of fields. The division conducts Oncofertility Virtual Grand Rounds and a multidisciplinary conference bringing together leaders in reproductive endocrinology and infertility, urology, hematology/oncology, pediatrics and surgical oncology, as well as scientists, psychologists and ethicists. Continuing Medical Education courses are frequently offered in-person and online for oncology physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers.

 Research

Research efforts are directed toward a number of goals, primarily:

  • Increasing the pace and quality of ovarian research
  • Developing new fertility preservation treatments and investigating compounds that may protect against fertility loss during treatment
  • Speeding the translation of research findings to improved patient

Visit our site's Research section to learn about our basic science programs and labs.

 Patient Care

In most cases, decisions on fertility preservation need to be made before treatment begins. Reproductive specialists and social workers are working with Ann & Robert H. Lurie Cancer Center of Northwestern University physicians to assist patients explore the issues surrounding fertility preservation. Your treatment team can help you understand the options available, assess risks and eligibility and provide referrals to individuals who are experts in this field.

Learn more about fertility preservation patient services via the Patient Care page.

Meet Our Team

Leadership

Serdar Bulun, MD

Serdar E. Bulun, MD
Department Chair and Interim Chief of Reproductive Science in Medicine

Faculty

Browse our team's faculty profiles.

Contact Us

For more information on our division, contact Elena Babineau at (312) 472-3980.