Program Details

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai REI Fellowship Program

Fellowship Overview

Our mission is to produce outstanding clinical Reproductive Endocrinologists with an extremely high degree of technical skill, creative thinking and critical analysis, who are dedicated to furthering research in our field and pursuing academic careers.

Teaching Methods

  • Direct 1:1 instruction by attending physician
  • REI Didactic Lecture Series – Speroff/Yen & Jaffe Chapter Review by Attendings
  • Participate in seminars
  • Attend annual conferences and meetings
  • Evaluate and contribute to scientific literature
  • Weekly Grand Rounds at Mount Sinai Hospital
  • Nathan Kase, MD Quarterly Lecture Series
  • Bimonthly Journal Club

Fellow Evaluation

  • Direct observation during procedures, rounds, clinics, and conferences
  • Attending evaluation of fellows through New Innovations after each rotation
  • Semi-annual evaluation by Program Director through New Innovations
  • Faculty evaluation by the fellows
  • Written evaluation and feedback from trainees, students, residents, nurses, and patients

Curriculum

View the full Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai REI Fellowship Curriculum here.

Rotational Directors

CLINICAL REI: Alan Copperman, MD- Program Director
LABORATORY: Christine Briton-Jones, PhD, HCLD
Tanmoy Mukherjee, MD
SURGERY: Charles Ascher-Walsh, MD
RESEARCH: Christine Briton-Jones, PhD, HCLD
Rashmi Kudesia, MD
Andrew Sharp, PhD
Medical & Pediatric Endocrinology:
Robert Rapaport, MD
Robert Yanagisawa, MD
GENETICS: Andrew Sharp, PhD

 

 

Education

  • Didactics
    • Every Wednesday
    • Speroff chapter presented by an attending
    • Guest lecturers from other departments ie. Genomics
  • Journal club
  • Teaching opportunities
    • Medical students
    • Resident rotators
  • Special courses:
    • Biostatistics at Mount Sinai
    • Excellence in Clinical Research – Dr. Grimes and Dr. Schulz
    • Molecular Genetics at Mount Sinai

Fellowship Cases

  • Transvaginal ultrasounds – 353
  • Transabdominal ultrasounds – 112
  • Intrauterine insemination – 249
  • Vaginal oocyte retrievals – 290
  • Surgical procedures – 153 (hysteroscopies, laparoscopies and laparotomies)

Conferences & Seminars
2015-2016:

  • Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (SREI) Fellows Retreat 2015 (Park City, Utah)
  • AAGL REI/MIS Fellows Surgical Bootcamp 2016 (Orlando, FL)
  • American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM 2015) (Baltimore, MD)
  • Pacific Coast Reproductive Society (PCRS 2016) (Palm Springs, CA)
  • American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG 2016), (Washington D.C.)
  • American Urology Association (AUA 2016) (San Diego, CA)
  • SREI Surgical Bootcamp 2016 (Tampa, FL)

Abstracts Presented at National Conferences from 2015-2016

RMANY Published Manuscripts

View a collection of RMANY published manuscripts here.

How to Apply

Candidates for Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai/RMA of New York’s fellowship program are encouraged to submit their applications for consideration, following these steps no later than May 31st, 2017:

  • Complete the registration process with the National Resident Matching Program. The link for matching into a fellowship can be found here.
  • Complete the online ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) application on the ERAS website, checking the box for Mt. Sinai School of Medicine.  The ERAS 2017 Fellowship Applicant Checklist should be used as a resource and can be found here.
  • Please contact Breann Cooper with any questions at:

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York
635 Madison Avenue, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10022
212.756.5777 x357
bcooper@rmany.com

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